Mid-Atlantic Corporate To Hold Its Fourth Annual IT and Security Conference
Password Management, Cyber Exposure, Threat Protection, oh my!
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Security awareness training, eSignatures, password management and cyber exposure are just some of the topics that will be covered at Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union’s fourth annual IT and Security Conference, which will be held August 6-8, 2014, in Harrisburg, Pa. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from leading technology and information security experts, who will provide helpful information on how to tackle twice the amount of issues in half the time. Participants will also enjoy face-to-face discussions with their peers and other industry specialists.
Among its speakers, the IT and Security Conference will feature the following:
Sandra E. Brandon, Keynote Speaker, is a transformational leader, technology and business strategist and customer satisfaction evangelist. As current director of administration and chief of staff for the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh and former vice president and chief information officer for Crayola, Brandon has spent her professional career developing solutions to help businesses keep up with the constantly evolving information services industry. Her presentation at Mid-Atlantic Corporate’s IT and Security Conference will walk attendees through the past, present and future of information technology and how recognizing the past will impact future decisions on security.
In addition, a number of breakout sessions will be led by experts who span the IT and security fields: Michael Born, Lockton; Jeremy Burris, Technology Services; Richard Carberry, Sollievo; Mark Clarke, Sollievo; Kirk Drake, Ongoing Operations LLC; Joe Ferrara, Wombat Security Technologies; John C. Kren, NCUA; John A. Levy, IMM; Angie Singer Keating, Reclamere, Inc.; Ben Smith, RCA, The Security Division of EMC; Scott Sturkie, ACI Defense; Chad F. Walter, Network Box USA, Inc.; Thomas Wright, Credit Union Tech-Talk; and Kris Zupan, Rallypoint Solutions. These specialists will discuss topics such as the top 10 security threats of 2014, social engineering exploits, NCUA’s cybersecurity focus and secure ATMs.
This year’s conference will feature a fun-filled dinner reception on the evening of August 6 at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. Attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with fellow industry associates while enjoying the slots, table games and horse races.
The IT and Security Conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg in Grantville, Pa. Space is limited, so interested credit union professionals are encouraged to register as soon as possible. The full conference package cost is $195 for Mid-Atlantic Corporate members and $225 for non-member credit union attendees. Guests may also attend limited events for $145.
Visit www.midatlanticcorp.org and click on the IT and Security Conference banner for more information.