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Three Great Reasons to Attend the Security 500 Conference

There are very few, if any, networking and educational events like the Security 500.  Be sure to join more than 80 of your peers and Security magazine on February 12th in NYC and learn why security leaders, like Bill Anderson from Ryder say, “The Security 500 conference is an excellent opportunity to network with some of the top professionals in our industry. The conference presents quick paced, informative sessions focused on topics critical to security leaders.”

  1. PEER-TO-PEER NETWORKING
    Designed exclusively for you and your colleagues to share ideas, best practices and network. For a list of your peers registered for this year’s event go to: http://www.security500event.com/attendees/  
  2. CONTENT
    Presenters include head of security from organizations such as: Accenture, Target, Ryder, CapitalOne and Exelon Corporation. The program is created to address your issues that are identified in the Security 500 survey such as:
         - Transcending Security: How Security Helps The Business Succeed
         - Cyber Crime: How Organizations Are Playing Offense
         - 3rd Party Oversight: Securing Enterprise Procurement
  3. FREE REGISTRATION
    Attendance is complimentary and only open to qualified security practitioners.

To join your peers at the 6th Annual Security 500 Conference in NYC register online at www.Security500Event.com

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