Ohio Information Security Conference: What to Expect

Are you concerned about protecting your digital environment and the future of your business? Do you want to remain at the top of the information security sector? If so, join us for the 20th annual Ohio Information Security Conference.

Hosted by Technology First, the conference provides a forum where thought leaders and community members can engage with and inform each other. Together, cybersecurity experts will share knowledge and answer your questions about protecting your most valuable asset: your data. Stay ahead of threat actors by learning the latest trends and best practices from industry leaders. 

Afidence is proud to be a sponsor of this leading event and is hosting two breakout sessions. Join us as we discuss:

  • Gen Z: What Young People Actually Want from their Employers.
  • 6 Keys to Getting the Most Out of your Vulnerability Scans.

There is sure to be a plethora of knowledge shared. Other topics that industry experts will talk about include:

  • How to identify critical vulnerabilities.
  • How to fix your risk factors.
  • What to do if you are attacked.

Want to connect with thought leaders and strengthen your knowledge in information security? Make plans to join us at the Technology First Ohio Information Security Conference. 

What: Ohio Information Security Conference

Who: Presented by Technology First

When: March 1, 2023

Where: Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio

Register Here

We hope to see you in Dayton in March. Meanwhile, if you have any business technology questions or want to explore technology consulting for your organization, please book a meeting with one of our experts.

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