Tom Mahlik, Deputy Assistant Director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, will speak at the Security 500 conference, November 9 in New York City.
Mahlik's presentation is titled Saving America's Intellectual Property Soul. He will address how intellectual property theft costs American businesses and universities billions in revenue and market capital and brand equity, reduces our tax base and costs Americans jobs. Yet, there are solutions to prepare and prevent IP theft at your organization.
The Security 500 conference is the leading executive conference on managing and measuring the value of the security function within the organization. In addition to the conference program, attendees will receive The Security 500 Report, which ranks the 500 largest buyers of security products and services in the U.S. The conference begins with a lunch and concludes with a Networking Reception and the Security 500 Recognition Dinner. The conference is held in concert with Securing New Ground: The Business of Security Event featuring industry leaders including investors, dealers and integrators.
Find out more at www.sec500.com