Today, there are more threats to the security of the things we hold dear than ever before. From cyber exploits to perimeter intrusion, security breach is becoming increasingly prevalent, and hence, the need for progressive approaches to data and infrastructure security.
The Converged Security Summit is a one-day, comprehensive program that will bring together experts in physical, electronic, and information security to discuss best-practice countermeasures to safeguarding IT infrastructure and information assets, as well as proven solutions for perimeter security, privacy and employee safety.
Bringing together approximately 300 IT and security professionals and best-of-class security manufacturers, the 2017 Converged Security Summit offers an avenue for engaging sought-after keynote speakers and industry thought leaders, while providing ample networking opportunities with other professionals and service providers. The objective of this summit is to spark new ideas and facilitate conversations with the ultimate goal of informing industry leaders and the community of ways to better mitigate risks to physical and information assets.
What is the dress code to the event?
The dress code is business casual.
What is the cost to attend the event?
The event is free to all registered attendees.
Will food & drinks be provided?
Yes, breakfast and lunch (by Wolfwang Puck Catering) will be provided.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
What are my transportation/parking options for the event?
If you are driving, parking is FREE to all CSS attendees at the Georgia Aquarium covered parking deck located at 357 Luckie Street NW. Once parked, follow signs to the Oceans Ballroom.
If you are traveling by train via MARTA, the Georgia Aquarium is a 10-15 minute walk from the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station on the Blue/Green line or from the Civic Center or Peachtree Center Stations on the Red/Gold line. Upon arrival, follow signs to the Oceans Ballroom.
Where can I contact the organizer with questions about Cybersecurity, Vulnerability & Assessment Testing, and/or Electronic Security?
You can contact the organizer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (770) 331-4477.