CISO Scottsdale Roundtable Dinner | Nov. 12, 2018 | Scottsdale, AZ, USA

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The CISO Scottsdale Roundtable Dinner is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

Heed our Call for Speakers if you are interested in speaking, or Register Now to find out if you qualify for a VIP pass!

For more information about the CISO Scottsdale Roundtable Dinner contact marketing@cdmmedia.com

 

Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Excellent event with peers and interesting, thought-provoking presentations.Vendor presentations were minimal and more based on panel discussions rather than sales pitches. Terrific organisation before and at the event with a great, rich mobile application.

Director of IT, Citybond Holdings PLC

The events are always well-scheduled by the CDM team and the format allows for a very productive event. We love how the summits get us access to decision makers. We've already confirmed next steps with leads from the event!

Senior Account Executive/Business Development, Rimini Street

Great venue! Well organized and planned with lots of new connections and several follow-up meetings to come. Valuable takeaways on the current and future vision for cyber security.

Director, IT Services & Risk Management, North America at Weston Foods, Weston Foods

Was my first CIO Meeting, and I really enjoyed. Most of the speakers were very interesting, and the best part beside the new contacts and friends, was the 30 min sessions, because they had the right length so you cant get bored.

CIO Latin America

I've developed relationships over the last two days that would've taken me ten years. My peers & partners that are here are first class!

SVP

 

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