The 2017 Exchange will provide the Chief Information Security Officers/ Chief Information Officers and leading executives with a three-day event on the forefront of protecting the cyber security of the enterprise as the frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks continues to increase and evolve. Unlike other events, the Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Exchange will offer cyber security leaders the opportunity to hear and discuss successful strategies in a true peer-to-peer networking forum while highlighting the latest technologies, strategies and processes to ensure security. Download to see our complete speaking faculty and interactive sessions!
Check out last years Cyber Security Exchange Post-Event Report that features interviews with speakers, attendee lists, event photos, videos and more!
IQPC Exchange gathered input from 21 senior level executives within the critical infrastructure industry what investments they were planning on making to help keep their facilities secure from cyber attacks. All investment plans include intent to purchase within 24 months.
This Exchange focuses on several sectors of critical infrastructure including energy, chemical, nuclear reactors, materials and waste, critical manufacturing, dams, defense industrial base, emergency services, water and wastewater systems, information technology, financial services, and transportation. Learn what sets the Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Exchange apart from other conferences here!
Check out the qualifying attendees who came to our 2016 Cyber Security for Critical Infrastructure Exchange.
In this case study, Skipstone gives qualitative details about their experience sponsoring with IQPC Exchange. Skipstone gives examples of how an Exchange, an exclusive in-person event with decision maker attendees, is different from other events and how the Exchange has helped further their business goals.
Critical Infrastructure makes up the backbone of our nation's economy, security, and health. The nation's critical infrastructure encompasses services that protect the most critical functions of American society, both physical and virtual, from the power in our homes, to the water and food that we consume, to the transportation systems we rely upon to function daily. Should any part of America's critical infrastructure be crippled, the nation's overall security and health would be in imminent danger, and society as a whole would face the threat of collapse.