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The CISO Executive Network is a peer-to-peer organization dedicated to helping information security, IT risk management, privacy, and compliance executives be more successful.  We accomplish this mission by providing opportunities for those professionals to meet periodically in their local cities to share with one another and hear from industry experts.

Chapters include: Atlanta, Bay Area (serving San Francisco, San Jose, Silicon Valley), Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Mid-Atlantic (serving Baltimore and DC), Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York, Toronto.

Here's what our members have to say:

"I get invited to many industry events and I'm selective about which events and organizations in which I agree to participate.  I specifically joined the CISO Executive Network and participate in their member events because I find them to be a valuable use of my time.  It is important for me to periodically meet with my peers to share with them and learn from them.  I recommend that other CISOs join this network."  - Mark Morrison, SVP, CISO State Street Corporation

"I participate in the CISO Executive Network because it affords me great opportunities to share information with my peers during the chapter meetings and outside of the meetings too. It is helpful to get the legal perspectives from the hosting firm as well as exposure to information and products from vendors. Overall, the CISO Executive Network is a well-run, well-organized forum with the added bonus of the Executive and Healthcare Summits each year. " - Keith Fricke, CSO, Catholic Health Partners



Users are no longer expected to be sitting at their desks with a company-issued desktop computer.  Most staff are not even issued phones any longer.  Company's have rushed to the concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to include tablets, laptops, and smart phones.  Without company ownership of these assets the risks of data loss and malware-infected systems has increased.  In this series we will discuss with our members ways they are dealing with these new challenges.  The discussion is likely to cover a range of topics including those listed below.

  • BYOD Security
  • VDI
  • Endpoint Security
  • Malware Virtual Sandboxing
  • NAC 

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November 5: Sixth Annual Healthcare Information Security Summit - Philadelphia, PA

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