Looking for a day of high-level security education, networking and discussion? Join us May 10, 2018, in Santa Clara, California, for the 2018 Security 500 West Conference.

The keynote speaker is Matthew Rosenquist, Cybersecurity Strategist for the Artificial Intelligence Group, Intel Corp, who brings 28 years of experience in cyber, physical and information security to the table, specializing in security strategy, measuring value, developing best practices for cost-effective capabilities and establishing organizations which deliver optimal levels of cybersecurity.

About the Keynote: Finding Opportunity and Risk within the Converging Cyber/Physical Security Landscape

Now, more than ever, the security industry is in a state of transformation. Traditional models of protection are being stretched to cover the merged aspects of digital security, personal privacy and physical safety for tools, technologies and services. New dangers stimulate customer expectations for better protection, representing opportunities for security organizations to show value and differentiate. Security leaders with insights into emerging risks in the converging cyber and physical security landscape will find themselves uniquely positioned to seize important competitive opportunities.

Matthew Rosenquist, a passionate industry speaker and cybersecurity strategist with Intel Corp, will present a glimpse of the future, where both risks and opportunities abound.

According to Security magazine publisher Chris Ward: “The Security 500 Conferences bring enterprise security leaders across all sectors together for a day of education, actionable takeaways and networking with peers. We are thrilled to have Matthew Rosenquist as our keynote speaker at the 2018 Security 500 West Conference in Santa Clara. Matthew brings a unique perspective on the emerging threats facing security leaders in today’s converged environment, given his extensive background and experience in both the cyber and physical aspects of enterprise security.”

Registration is now open, and qualified attendees (CSOs, CISOs, and similar executive-level security professionals) may attend for free. Find out more about the conference at Security500West.com