ISSA of WI @ Harley-Davidson Museum-Annual Meeting-Thursday 5/16-Lunch onward

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The Information Systems Security Association – Wisconsin Chapter 2019 Annual Meeting is on Thursday, May 16 for Lunch through to Happy Hour and Live Music at: http://www.h-dmuseum.com

Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 West Canal Street (@S. 6th Street) Peace Room, Milwaukee: Free Parking, Free Admission to The Museum, Free to all in IT Security, 6 x CPEs featuring:

Candy Alexander, President of ISSA International on: The 3rd Annual ESG/ISSA Report on the “Life & Times of the Cyber Security Professional” and how to use the data to grow professionally.

Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist of Attivo Networks on: We reap what we have sown. A Hackers Perspective on where do we go from here? Off the edge of the cliff?

Evan Tegethoff, Director of Engineering of BitSight on: Modernizing 3rd Party and Vendor Risk Programs. The Third Party Security landscape has evolved. How can we secure 3rd parties and vendors in 2019 and beyond?

Nadir Izrael, CTO of Armis Security on: Securing the Tsunami of Unmanaged and IoT Devices.

Jennifer Rathburn, JD of Foley & Lardner, is the Moderator of our Panel of Experts. The Lead Panelists are:

Kurt Roemer, Chief Security Strategist of Citrix
Michael Gutsche, Chief Security Strategist of Microfocus

The Agenda on Thursday, May 16 at the Harley-Davidson Museum:

11:30 AM - Registration and Networking
12:00 Noon - Grand Luncheon Buffet
1:00 PM - Candy Alexander of ISSA International
2:00 PM - Chris Roberts of Attivo Networks
3:00 PM - Evan Tegethoff of BitSight
4:00 PM - Nadir Izrael of Armis Security
5:00 PM - Panel Moderated by Jennifer Rathburn, JD
6:00 PM - Happy Hour at MOTOR Bar & Grill
7:00 PM - Live Bands at the 1st Bike Night of 2019

RSVP now via Meet-Up or by email to: [masked]

Any questions go to Steve Moscarelli, [masked]

Thursday May 16 is going to be amazing. We look forward to seeing you.

Sincerely, The ISSA of Wiconsin