CISO Southern California Summit | March 27, 2018 | Los Angeles, CA, USA

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About the CISO Southern California Summit

The CISO Southern California Summit is a chance for CISOs and IT security executives in Southern California to meet with peers from various industries, including, but not limited to, health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities and education. This interactive summit features engaging keynote speeches, open forums, think tanks, case studies and panel discussions on the latest information security topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CISOs and information security executives the opportunity to discuss common problems and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees ultimately leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.


About CDM Media Summits

CDM Media Summits bring together leading C-level executives, analysts and solution providers to network and attend interactive agenda sessions on the latest business topics and trends.

The events are organized by industry, topic or organizational role, and offer an opportunity for attendees to have in-depth discussions, while making new business contacts. One-on-one meetings held throughout the events allow vendors to introduce products and services to attending executives.

Other summit highlights include:

  • Agenda topics chosen by each event's Content Committee
  • Interactive agenda sessions that create opportunities for discussion and debate
  • Analyst-led sessions that outline the latest industry research
  • Exclusive environment with 50 C-level executives in average attendance

For more information about CDM Media's upcoming summits, visit our Summit Calendar.

(ISC)2 CPE

CDM Media is thrilled to be recognized by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium as an official (ISC)2 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Submitter. As an (ISC)2 Certified CPE Submitter, CDM Media submits the Group A and Group B CPE credits directly to (ISC)2 at the conclusion of each summit in order for CISSP certification holders to maintain that credential.