CISO Chicago Roundtable Dinner | March 8, 2018 | Chicago, IL, USA

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The CISO Chicago 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.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

What a great experience! I really enjoyed the professionalism and fellowship. There was some good information in all the sessions.

Manager Corporate Systems, Commercial Metals Company

The event was well organized and informative. I enjoyed gaining/sharing perspectives and networking with industry peers. The industry is always changing and it is imperative for executives to attend summits like this one in order to share/gain perspective. Also, it is becoming increasingly important to leverage vendor services to do some of the heavy lifting for the roll-out/implementation of disruptive technologies such as Cloud and Mobile due to reduced IT budgets and focus on quick time to market.

Director Enterprise Solution Delivery, CBS Corporation

Excellent sessions, great networking and I enjoyed the opportunity to meet 1:1 with vendors. The conference organizers were so pleasant and professional.

Amy N. Swanson, Vice President of Marketing, Advocacy and Member Experience, UnitedHealthcare

I've been to many different conferences, summits and symposiums and this was one of the best that I've attended over the years. Overall, I thought the summit was excellent and very well run.

Senior Manager, IT

I think some of the sessions have been very strong, and also some of the informal interactions have been almost as valuable as the sessions themselves. I think it's a very nice high-level group, small enough for people to really have conversations.

Director