NetConnect Agenda

NetConnect 2020

NetConnect 2020 Atlanta Marriott Alpharetta, GA March 3 – 4, 2020

Pre-Conference: Monday, March 2nd

What is the Pre-Conference?

This training takes a deep dive into the responsibility and accountability factors of those who are involved in developing, defining, maintaining, and supporting the information security strategy. Ideal for new and existing ISOs, senior management, IT management, IT committee members, and network administrators. The class brings compliance and IT together to gain a better understanding of each other’s roles and how to maximize effectiveness.

This optional pre-conference is an additional fee which includes breakfast, lunch and one night hotel stay at the Atlanta Marriott Alpharetta Hotel.

8:00 am

Breakfast

Salons B-C

8:30 am

Responsibility Factors: ISO Requirements and Expectations

Compliance Team

While the ISO is central to managing the information security program, it’s important for IT and senior management to understand the wide range of responsibilities of this critical role. Join us to learn more about the ISO’s requirements and expectations within the current regulatory framework.

Azalea +
Dogwood

10:30 am

Break

Salons B-C

11:00 am

Accountability Factors: ISO Interactions with Auditors, Examiners, Committees, and the Board

Compliance Team

Every stakeholder must be held accountable for their contributions to the information security program. Join us as we explore what the Board needs to know (and doesn’t), the role of the IT steering committee, ISO best practices, and examples of proper documentation to satisfy auditors and examiners.

Azalea +
Dogwood

1:00 pm

Lunch

Salons B-C

2:00 pm

The ISO and IT Administrator Joint Workshop

Compliance Team

In this hands-on workshop, ISOs and IT Administrators will work together through real-life IT steering committee scenarios.

Azalea +
Dogwood

6:00 pm

Welcome Reception

Sponsored by

Asset Black

Grand Foyer

Day One: Tuesday, March 3rd

7:00 am

Breakfast  Tradeshow Open Photo Booth Open

Salons A-D

8:00 am

Welcome

Darren Bridges President

Salons E-H

8:30 am

Keynote: Leading with Courage

Dee Ann Turner Chick-Fil-A

Win With Who: To win in the marketplace, selecting and keeping extraordinary talent is paramount. Dee Ann uses her experiences of selecting thousands of people for hospitality roles to explain how to select for character, competency, and chemistry, and ensure that leaders are able to make the most important decisions in their organization: People Decisions. Extraordinary talent flourishing in a remarkable culture will create amazing customer experiences.

Sponsored by

Juniper

Salons E-H

10:00 am

Break  Tradeshow Open Photo Booth Open

Salons A-D

10:30 am

20/20 in 2020: Regulatory Compliance Clarity

Tom Hinkel VP of Compliance Services

Salons E-H

11:30 am

Lunch  Tradeshow Open Photo Booth Open

Salons A-D

12:30 pm

Safe Systems Roadmap

Brendan McGowan Chief Technology Officer

Salons E-H

1:30 pm

Compliance Track

Cyber Incident Response Best Practices (Part 1)

Tom Hinkel VP of Compliance Services

Kris St. Martin Guest SME, CBIZ Insurance Services, Inc.

Salons E-H

  • Required elements of a cyber incident response test
  • Gain a basic understanding of what your incident response team must do before, during, and after a cyber event

Technology Track

Securing Microsoft O365

Marshall Jones VP of Technology Product Strategy

Eric Delgado Technology DevOps Engineer

Azalea + Dogwood

  • Configuration best practices
  • Securing your logins
  • Things to watch out for

2:30 pm

Break  Tradeshow Open Photo Booth Open

Salons A-D

3:00 pm

Compliance Track

Cyber Incident Response Mock Event (Part 2)

Tom Hinkel VP of Compliance Services

Kris St. Martin Guest SME, CBIZ Insurance Services, Inc.

Salons E-H

  • Cyber incident simulation workshop
  • Take an active role in a mock cyber-attack to help you better evaluate cybersecurity practices

Security Track

Does Your Layered Security Model Require a Refresh?

Brian Brannon VP of Security Product Strategy

Jackie Marshall VP of Compliance Services

Azalea + Dogwood

  • Implementing and maintaining an effective IT/IS control strategy
  • Combining a customized risk and defense security model
  • Ensuring you get the most out of your existing tools

4:00 pm

Tradeshow Open Photo Booth Open

Salons A-D

4:00 pm

Safe Systems Open House (Off-site)

Sanctuary Park

6:30 pm

Buffet Dinner

Sponsored by

iTransit Logo

Salons E-H

Day Two: Wednesday, March 4th

7:00 am

Breakfast   Tradeshow Open

Salons A-D

8:00 am

Modern Approaches to Security – Security Leadership in the Service of Revenue

Sabino Marquez Information Security Consultant / TruSec Consulting

  • The origins of the security leader
  • Effective practices for security leaders
  • Telling the security story
  • Defending and growing value through security

Sponsored by

TruSec Logo

Salons E-H

9:00 am

Compliance Track

Ask the Experts: Auditor Panel Discussion

Tom Hinkel VP of Compliance Services

Salons E-H

  • Hear about exam trends from a panel of real auditors
  • Learn how to navigate a typical IT exam
  • Gain a better understanding of guidance recommendations

Technology Track

theSafe and Reporting

Jamie Davis VP Product Marketing

Azalea + Dogwood

  • Navigating theSafe
  • Ticket management
  • Reporting how to’s (scheduling, filtering, date range)
  • Open discussion on reports (provide your feedback)

10:00 am

Break  Tradeshow Open

Salons A-D

10:30 am

Security Track

How You Ended Up in The Crosshairs

Security Specialists:

Patrick Barry Co-founder & CIO, Rebyc Security

Keith Haskett President & CEO, Rebyc Security

Salons E-H

  • Hear how attackers find their targets
  • Learn how these attacks are conducted
  • Gain information to protect your organization

Technology Track

IT Administrator Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly Checklist

Jamie Davis VP Product Marketing

Niki Neese VP Strategic Advisors

Azalea + Dogwood

  • Create a master checklist
  • Discuss and outline Administrator responsibilities
  • Learn from real-life examples

11:30 am

What Cyber Criminals Don’t Want You to Know

Chad Hunt Supervisory Special Agent, FBI Atlanta, Computer Intrusion Squad

  • Behind the scenes look into cybercrimes
  • How international law enforcement, private industry, academia, and researchers work together to combat cybercrime
  • What to expect when working with federal law enforcement
  • Recent FBI success stories

Salons E-H

12:30 pm

Closing Remarks

Darren Bridges President

Salons E-H

1:00 pm

Boxed Lunches

Salons A-D

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I thoroughly enjoyed the pre-conference class! I loved being able to do the hands-on labs.

Instructors were good about not letting folks get behind. A lot of ground covered in a day. Instructors were top notch.

It says a lot to me that the entire conference content came directly from within Safe Systems, and they all did a great job too!

Fantastic conference! Will attend again.

A great time. I learned a lot and enjoyed myself while doing it.

I loved the interaction with other bankers! That is always the best part to me.

The networking and social experience is top notch.

It was good to hear feedback from other bankers about Safe Systems as well as to make connections and contacts.

The more we are exposed to this information and understand it, the better we will be able to help educate our users and customers.

This conference is on my MUST ATTEND list!

This is the best opportunity to get a pulse on exactly what’s happening in the IT Banker’s world.

It is always good to put faces with the names of the Safe Systems employees that you work with on a daily basis.

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