LOUISVILLE, KY. (PRWEB) APRIL 24, 2019
The Louisville IT Symposium is expected to have over 200 IT leaders from over 70 local companies represented at this year's event. This one-day, executive-level event is geared toward knowledge-sharing and networking for CIO's and their direct management teams. This single day event consists of 3 keynote sessions and 12 breakout sessions allowing you to tailor the day to your needs.
Kicking the day off will be Scott Augenbaum, retired supervisory special agent for the FBI. Mr. Augenbaum will share why a transnational criminal enterprise and foreign intelligence services may want to target your organization’s data or intellectual property. This eye-opening presentation will discuss ways to ensure you are prepared. Scott has responded to hundreds of data breaches and is here to show commonalities across almost all incidents. He will also provide participants with several takeaways to prevent their organization from becoming the next victim.
Over the lunch hour will be Tom Triumph, a business and technology executive who’s presentation is titled, “The Future of IT: Business & Technology Luminaries On The Next 20 Years”. We’re obligated to do our best to foresee how today’s emerging Information Technology will impact our work and lives in the foreseeable future. Having an understanding as to how these technologies are expected to impact our work gives us the opportunity to better prepare.
The final keynote presenter is Julie Rieger, President, Chief Data Strategist & Head of Media for 20th Century Fox Film. Julie, a data pioneer, will be closing the day with her successes and failures in establishing her massive data organization and blending strategy with the tactical practical. The film industry has been turned upside down during the technology and data revolution just like every other business. You will hear how Fox went from being data poor to consumer insight-rich and how 'data' pulled-up a chair to participate in critical business decisions.
Along with the 3 keynote presenters there will be 12 peer-led breakout sessions specifically addressing issues and trends the IT leaders of Louisville have told us are important to their organizations. You can view the full day's agenda at www.louisvilleitsymposium.com/agenda.
The Louisville IT Symposium is hosted by SIM Louisville, together we bring more of the region’s top IT executives together for a day of networking, education and collaboration. Register yourself and your management team at www.louisvilleitsymposium.com.
For more information about this exclusive event please contact Matt Emick at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the event website, http://www.louisvilleitsymposium.com