With how quickly technology changes, it always seems like security is a moving target in today’s enterprise. But it’s not just changing technologies. It’s interconnected and evolving architectures, new regulations and compliance measures, rapid adoption of cloud and mobile technologies and emerging trends. One thing that always hits the mark on security is the Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference (RMISC).
The biggest security conference in the Rocky Mountain region takes place right in our back yard every year in May at the Colorado Convention Center. This year, the RMISC takes place from May 8-10, beginning with a day of add-on trainings followed by two days filled with keynotes and track sessions. The content at the event covers a wide variety of current and future topics like information technology security, IT auditing, IT governance, legal issues and more.
The RMISC audience has grown to attract leaders from virtually every facet of the enterprise including management, security, auditing, compliance, risk management and IT governance. The in-depth presentations focus on specific issues and technologies, and speakers are encouraged to use hands-on demos and case studies with actionable outcomes whenever possible to result in takeaway skills and information that you can put to use right away.
And back by popular demand, the conference will close with a local comedian, who everyone is welcome to come see even if you don’t register for the conference. But with this year’s rich agenda of information-packed tracks, you won’t want to miss a minute of the event—the comedian will be the icing on the cake. The tracks this year cover incident response, architecture how-to discussions, security management, auditing, risk and compliance, soft skills, emerging trends, application security and security stories.
Ping Is a Premier Sponsor—Come to Our Sessions
Like last year, we’ll have a big presence at the event. In addition to being a premier sponsor, Ping Identity has five employees speaking in track sessions, and we aim to grow our following even more from what have been very well-attended sessions in past years.
Here’s a taste of what Ping will be presenting this year:
5/9 | 9:25-10:25 Brian Campbell (Distinguished Engineer) will present on token binding.
5/9 | 11:15-12:15 Robb Reck (CISO) will participate in the Colorado CISO Panel.
5/10 | 10:10-11:10 Loren Russon (VP, Product Management) will present the top transformational approaches to a modern hybrid identity architecture.
5/10 | 11:15-12:15 Melissa Cooper (Information Security Business Analyst) and Stephen Edmonds (Director of Security and Compliance) will talk about GDPR and how it impacts incident response.
Make sure to register today to save your spot. Whether you’ve attended in the past or this is your first year, there’s always something new to learn and put to work in your organization. We look forward to seeing you there!