IT Summit

All companies and organizations are open to cyber attacks! Learn more about what you can do to be less vulnerable, network with others in the area and hear knowledgable speakers discuss security issues we face today as well as those on the horizon.

<Who>

Anyone who wants to know more about Information security or cybersecurity.

<What>

  • Keynote Speakers
  • Cybersecurity Panel
  • Exhibitors / Networking
  • Refreshments provided

<Price>

Free

<When>

Monday, May 20
3:00 - 6:00 p.m.

<Where>

Main Entrance of Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
Rooms 490, 492, & 493
1800 Bronson Boulevard, Fennimore, WI

<Registration Form>

Registration is not required, but preferred.

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<Agenda>

3:00 PM
Networking industry partners, students, general public
3:15 PM
Welcome: Darnell Wiegman, Southwest Tech Senior Grants Specialist
Aaron Holverson, Southwest Tech Network Specialist Instructor
3:30 PM
Keynote Speaker – Dave Schroeder, Senior IT Strategist, University of Wisconsin-Madison
4:30 PM
Networking/Break/Visit Exhibitors
5:00 PM
Cybersecurity Panel
  1. Marshall Ogren, Special Agent-Senior, WI Dept of Justice – Division of Criminal Investigation, Statewide Intelligence Center
  2. Matt Kirchner, President, LAB Midwest, LLC, Mequon, WI
  3. Camilo Ruiz, Network Security Analyst, Dupaco Community Credit Union, Dubuque, IA
6:00 PM
Networking/Break/Visit Exhibitors

<Learn More Today!>

Contact Darnell Wiegman
Phone: 608.822.2651 or toll free 800.362.3322, extension 2651, Email: impact@swtc.edu

If you need an accommodation to visit campus, call 608.822.2631 (tdd: 608.822.2072) or email disabilityservices@swtc.edu

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