CISO Detroit Roundtable Dinner by RSA | Dec 11, 2019 | Roast - Detroit, MI, USA

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The CISO Detroit Roundtable Dinner by RSA 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:

Knowledgeable speakers and nice venue! There was a good balance of information with vendor interaction. I enjoyed learning the challenges that others in IT were facing, similarly to me.

Deputy Chief Information Officer - Application Services, Clark County NV

Overall, I thought the summit was great!! Very well done, well organized, nice size of attendees (small enough to get to know people), good content, great 1:1's, loved the Dovetail app and agenda. Great event!

Enterprise Account Executive, Qlik

I really enjoyed meeting my peers as well as the partners and vendors. The summit very focused on what matters today for CIOs.

CIO, Dynamic Tire Corp

Excellent sessions, great networking and I enjoyed the opportunity to meet 1:1 with vendors. The conference organizers were so pleasant and professional.

Amy N. Swanson, Vice President of Marketing, Advocacy and Member Experience, UnitedHealthcare

This is the only CIO event we attend. It allows us to deliver a very focused message to our target audience at the individual level. Several relationships were forged. We invested in this event to build relationships. We left the summit with several new business partnerships.

Director, Financial Services Solutions

 

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