IT and InfoSec executives, leaders, analysts, and practitioners will be gathering May 14-17, 2019 at the Annenberg Community Beach House to learn from the experts and exchange ideas and solutions with their peers. With hacking and breaches at record numbers, IT and Information Security Leaders today are simply not able to keep up, without the help of their peers at other companies. With expected attendance of 700 or more, this is an event you and your company simply cannot afford to miss.
Whether you are a techie or a security manager, we have great options for you to learn from the experts.
Our mission for our Women in Security Forum is to provide a focus for women in Information Security through talks, panel discussions, peer mentoring, workshops, and networking opportunities.
The Healthcare Forum provides an excellent opportunity to learn how your peers are handling important privacy and security concerns in response to the increasing number and sophistication of data breaches.
Jim Manico, Georgia Weidman, Dan Cornell, Wendi Whitmore, Adam Brand, Kenneth G. Hartman, Sean Metcalf, Jack Mannino, David Caissy, Marci McCarthy, Alan Shimel, Jimmy Sanders, Justin Collins, Marnie Wilking, Jeff Neithercutt, Chad Loder, Howard Miller, William Bengston, and John Furay.
1-Day Security Training Classes (May 14th and 15th: 8am – 4pm): 2-Day Security Training Classes (May 14th thru 15th: 8am – 4pm):
ISSA-LA is the founding Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association. Founded in 1982 by Sandra Lambert and Nancy King, ISSA-LA is the premier catalyst and community resource in Southern California for improving the practice of information security. The Chapter provides various training classes for information Security and IT professionals throughout the year and at the annual Summit. ISSA-LA has a CISO Forum that brings together CISOs and Heads of Security quarterly at various companies throughout Southern California. ISSA-LA meets monthly for lunch and dinner and regularly collaborates with other IT and InfoSec organizations, having joint meetings with ISACA, OWASP, the Cloud Security Alliance, HTCIA, and the Association of IT Professionals.