ROSEVILLE, Calif., June 24, 2014 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The High Technology Crimes Investigation Association (HTCIA) will host its 2nd HTCIA CISO Summit on August 28, 2014 at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas directly following the organization’s 28th Annual HTCIA International Conference & Training Expo. The CISO Summit is exclusively for Information Technology and Security Officers and features a powerful lineup of speakers, including Brian Engle (CISO for the State of Texas) and Alan Daines (CISO, Dell Computers).
Peter Morin, CISO Conference Chair and HTCIA International 2nd Vice President, is proud to present the 2nd Annual HTCIA CISO Summit as a one-day event, catering specifically to the educational and networking needs of security officers, within the boundaries of their very busy schedules.
“Our attendees can expect to engage with industry leaders as they discuss the new security challenges facing us today, as well as learning about efficient ways to prevent attacks, and detect threats quickly,” said Morin.
HTCIA has prided itself for over 28 years in offering unique and effective training and collaborative opportunities to its global members, and non-members alike, and strives to make the CISO Summit a must-attend event for security executives, who have a more specialized need and expectation from such an event.
According to Morin, this Summit is not targeted or designed for Law Enforcement or Computer Forensics Analysts. The entire program and structure is very carefully designed for Chief Information Security Officers (CISO), Chief Information Officers (CIO), Chief Technology Officers (CTO), and Directors of Information Security, Information Security departmental senior management.
Seating for this event is limited to provide an intimate and engaging experience for attendees. Registration is now open at http://www.htciacisosummit.org/.
Both events are being hosted at the luxurious Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas overlooking the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Guests can enjoy the spa, championship quality golf course, and an on-site water park. The hotel and HTCIA is offering attendants a discounted conference hotel rate of $114/night (on a first come first serve basis). Rooms are quickly filling up so they recommend booking as soon as possible while rooms are still available at this amazing location! For more information about the event venue and reservations, please see the Conference website: http://www.htciacisosummit.org/.
HTCIA is a non-profit professional organization founded over 28 years ago for the purpose of educating individuals involved in the High Technology field.
HTCIA continues to solidify its position as the leader in professional organizations devoted to the prevention, investigation and prosecution of crimes involving advanced technologies.
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*Photo Caption: Brian Engle and Alan Daines.
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