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 4th Annual IT Hacking Conference

10/25/2017 7:30 AM
10/26/2017 4:00 PM
Summit West, 500 W Madison St, Chicago | Illinois
On behalf of the Chicago Chapter of Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Chicago Chapter of ISACA, we invite you to the 4th Annual IT Hacking & Cybersecurity Conference!!!! 
Title:              Guardians of the Enterprise (Vol 4)
Dates:           Wednesday October 25th and Thursday October 26th
Location:      Summit West, 500 W Madison St (inside the Ogilvie Train Station)
CPEs:              16 
Cost:             $400 IIA/ISACA/AITP/ISSA Members/ $450 Non-Members
Last year's event was a huge success with 200+ professionals in attendance both days and the highest feedback ratings of any chapter event offered!  With your attendance, we are hoping to build upon the success of last year's event with a goal of 250 people in attendance each day!   
This year’s event features a two-track format with a more Technical attack focus joining forces with Management defense capabilities.  Our goal is present a two day event that contains the most real world hands-on application of Information Security and Hacking knowledge and skills that can be applied to the Internal Audit/IT Audit/Info Sec/Cyber world:
Technical Track
Management Track
Know your Adversary: Firsthand Lessons Learned in the Fight for Cybersecurity - Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of Secret Service (Chicago)
CISO Panel Discussion featuring Richard Rushing (Motorola), Glenn Kapetansky (Trexin), Waqas Awwaki (SIRVA), Erik Devine (Riverside Hospital)
Understanding Risk Appetite for Information Security - Chris Johnson, OnShore Security (PLATINUM SPONSOR)
4 Critical Mobile Security Holes CISOs are Ignoring – Chris Rowlands – Skycure/Symantec (PLATINUM SPONSOR)
Know your adversary: A Live Hack simulation using NSA's stolen digital weapons
Vinny Troia
Managing Privileged Access to Systems and Data
Katie Stevens
Identity Theft through OSINT/Social Engineering
Zee Abdelnabi
Cyber Operative
Harmonized GRC approach with Qualys Mandate Based Reporting
Mark Butler
Threat Intelligence and Risk, a Wild Goose Chase?
Rob Gresham
You Can't Manage What You Don't Measure
Thomas Eck
To Catch A Thief – Defensive Wins That Drive Bad Guys Crazy
Travis Kaun
The Internet of Insecure Things
Steven Wernikoff
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP
Turbo-charging Security Operations to Keep Pace with Threats
John Jolly
The “Trusted LAN”
Mark Bermingham
The Ticking Time Bomb - Infrastructure Vulnerabilities of the Internet of Things
Steven Russo
Juggling the Elephants – Making AppSec a Continuous Program
Alyssa Miller
Aspect Security
Social Engineering:  Insider Threat Simulation vs. Adversarial Simulation
Stephanie Carruthers
Mindpoint Group
New AICPA Cybersecurity Attestation Standard
Bob Braico
Michael J. Podemski
Using Guerrilla Warfare to change the paradigm and accomplish strategic objectives
Rob Carson
Guardians of the Strategy: How Well-Intentioned Cybersecurity Controls Backfire
Piotr Marszalik
Michelle Erickson
Crowe Horwath
DevSecOps: Why Aren’t You Doing it?
Brian Liceaga
Evolve Security
The Business of Privacy:Balancing Retail and Info Services Business Goals with PII Stewardship
Sarah Powers
Eileen Filmus
The Rogue’s Gallery: Mobile Malware
Joseph Opacki
More Vendors, More Problems. How Tech companies that rely on vendors build scalable practices
Anders Norremo

At the end of Day 1, there will be a complimentary happy hour on-site @ Summit West which will include beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres!  Please stick around for some solid networking!
Excellent Value for Your Marketing Dollar / Premium Sponsorship Opportunities are still available.  Please reach out to our event organizers team for more details:
 Corbin Del Carlo – Discover (
Jason Torres – Rush University Medical Center (
Anthony Chan – Ingredion (
Shantanu Keskar – Discover (
Gina Rogers – McMaster Carr (
Alicia Li – Gogo Air LLC (


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