CISO Detroit Roundtable Dinner | Dec 4, 2019 | Private Dining Room at The Detroit Foundation Hotel - Detroit, MI, USA

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The CISO Detroit 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:

This is one of the best conferences we have attended.

Chief Technology Officer, No Magic, Inc.

Great summit. Small enough to have interesting conversation with both 'customers' and vendors' at a detailed level.

VP - IT Analytics, Digital, Web Applications Delivery, Sobeys Inc

I am completely satisfied with the summit. Very pleased at how well the conference was run and for the high quality of the attendees and speakers. It was a great source of market intelligence for me - I do a lot of reading on the industry, of course, but speaking with the key players provides a clear view that it is just not possible to get otherwise. Very nice job. Thank you.

Managing Director and Chief Technical Officer, PowerOneData International

The content, delivery and the quality of the participants was excellent. Keeping the sessions short and on time allowed me to remain engaged.

CFO

The format was excellent. The 30-minute sessions were ideal and provided concise, focused messages. They also varied enough to keep the event very lively and engaging. The entire event flowed smoothly throughout the day and, quite simply, I felt engaged and energized with the variety and depth of the discussions.

CIO

 

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