On Thursday, October 15th, 2009, the Raleigh ISSA Chapter will host its fifth annual InfoSeCon (Information Security Conference), the Triangle’s premier information security conference.
ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) is the largest international non-profit organization of security professionals. With seven years of activity and more than 170 members, the Raleigh Chapter is the perfect indication of the thriving security industry and the drive for professional education and training in the region.
This year’s Triangle InfoSeCon is expected to draw hundreds of IT and security professionals from across the state to Raleigh for a full day of security-focused sessions with some of the industry’s top professionals and speakers, including featured speakers from leading international security conferences.
Attendees will enjoy special keynotes by John McCumber, Senior Programs Manager, Public Sector Group, Symantec Corporation and Linda Criddle, President, LOOKBOTHWAYS, Inc., then attend sessions of interest from the twelve breakouts in the three tracks: Governance, Risk and Compliance; Infrastructure and Virtualization Security; Web Security and Application Security.
Due to its growth in recent years, the Triangle InfoSeCon has moved to the larger facilities of the McKimmon Conference and Training Center in Raleigh, N.C., allowing for more attendees, easier parking and additional space for meeting and sponsors.
The Triangle InfoSeCon Conference is open to the public and offers exceptional value in discounted registration rates for ISSA Members, ($30), sister organizations and government employees ($40) and the general public ($65) until October 9th. After that date, all registrations are $85.
To view this year’s speakers and session details, and to register online, please visit the conference site at www.TriangleInfoSeCon.com.