WHAT TO SEE IN AUSTIN – SECURITY CONGRESS SESSIONS ANNOUNCED

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WHAT TO SEE IN AUSTIN – SECURITY CONGRESS SESSIONS ANNOUNCED

With less than 150 days until Security Congress, the full agenda has been released. Keynote speakers include Ben Makuch, national security reporter for VICE News, Donald W. Freese, deputy assistant director at the FBI, and Juliette Kayyem, founder of Kayyem Solutions.

The seventh annual conference will be hosted at the JW Marriott Austin, September 25-27, 2017. There will be 11 tracks at this year’s event, including:

Cloud Security

Cyber Crime

Critical Infrastructure

Incident Response & Forensics

Governance, Regulation & Compliance

Identity Access Management

People & Security

Professional Development

Software Assurance/Application Security

Swiss Army Knife

Threats

We listened to the feedback from past year’s events and this year, cloud security is the largest track with three FULL days of sessions on the topic. The Swiss Army Knife track also returns this year. This track is a potpourri of cybersecurity topics that impact practitioners and sessions will include tips, tools and tricks to help attendees in their day-to-day work.

New this year are workshops, with topics including “Can IT and OT Ever Come to the Same Table?” and “CISO Skill Set: The Tools and Techniques You Need to Succeed.”

The Center for Cyber Safety and Education will also be presenting a session for Safe and Secure Online Volunteers, “I’ve Completed Orientation, Now What?” to help members put their knowledge to use and help their community – children, parents and seniors – stay safe online.

If you’re not a member of your local (ISC)² Chapter, be sure to attend the information session hosted by Jayda Shriver, Chapter Program Manager. The session, (ISC)² Chapters: Membership Has Its Benefits, will discuss ways to learn how to join, or start, a chapter in your local community.

View the full Security Congress agenda online now and register before July 31 for early bird savings.