Friday, October 28, 2016
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT)
Robert Morris University, Sewall Center
6001 University Blvd, Moon Twp, PA 15108
Pittsburgh region information technology and security organizations are working together to increase awareness, interaction and knowledge among the local information security community.
Local security groups and partners hosting the symposium include InfraGard Pittsburgh, ISSA, OWASP, and Robert Morris University.
ISACA, ISC2, RMU’s Top Secret Colonials, and Steel City InfoSec are also providing local support for this event.
Cost is $25 per person with discounts available.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided with attendees limited to 160.
Registration is on Eventbrite: [CLOSED]
Any questions can be directed to the organizing committee:
ZERO TO 60 – Transforming Security Program
by Omar Khwaja
VP & CISO at Highmark Inc.
Morning Speaker 1
Penetration test preparation that focuses your team to think like a hacker
by David Kane
Managing Director and co-CEO at Ethical Intruder
Morning Speaker 2
How Litigation and E-Discovery Interrupt the Life Cycle of Data
by Mike Joyce & Kevin Wiggins
Attorneys at Saul Ewing, LLP
Fifth Generation Cyber Defenses: Can We Win an Unfair Fight?
by Ray Watson
VP of Global Technology at Masergy
Afternoon Speaker 1
Mobile Security Threats: How Safe Is Our Data?
by John Weingartner, Sarah Pfabe & Brendan Adams
RMU Top Secret Colonials
Afternoon Speaker 2
Threat Modeling and Risk Analysis for Developers and Testers
by Matt Trevors
Afternoon Speaker 3
Get Involved – InfoSec Careers
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