CISO Think Tank Dallas | Feb 2, 2016 | Intercontinental Dallas - Dallas, TX, USA

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The CISO Think Tank Dallas 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:

Very interesting summit - Topics, Vendors and Peers were very beneficial.

Head of Infrastructure Services & CTO North Europe, AXA Technology

It was a nice balance of the socio-political situations and operational development of the industry from the point of view of each of the participating countries. Which made it possible to generate an overview for planning short-term actions. Great event!

Drilling Director

Was my first CIO Meeting, and I really enjoyed. Most of the speakers were very interesting, and the best part beside the new contacts and friends, was the 30 min sessions, because they had the right length so you cant get bored.

CIO Latin America

The summit was extremely useful, with excellent presentations. The organisers did a splendid job. The summit was over a few days yet when we got out of there, we had learnt a great deal. The quality of the executives was just fantastic.

Group Technical Services Manager

My most valuable takeaway was seeing the shared perspectives on the state and future of technology in healthcare. In particular, the advantages of applying technology in integrated practice settings, as well as the inherent challenge of gaining efficiency in a more fragmented healthcare marketplace.

SVP IT

 

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