March 26, 2019 to March 27, 2019
Las Vegas, NV

Enterprise Security: Proactive Actions And Strategies For Success 

The professionals charged with leading their organization’s IT security strategy know they will never have enough budget or resources to ward off the biggest threats to their data assets. Given today’s heightened state of alert, business leaders think they need the latest security technology in order to protect the company from sophisticated attacks. However, they are getting too stuck in the weeds. To thrive in this turbulent period requires the IT security leader to operate from a confident, proactive stance rather than existing in a constant reactionary state assessing new, trendy, short-term solutions. With accountability to the board and senior management, it is time for today’s security-focused leaders to change their mindset and get out in front of the issues with the strategies and actions guaranteed for success.

Solutions Pavilion Networking

What to Expect From MES IT Security 2019

What Our Midmarket Executives Say

 Great event! Singular source for security connections, ideas & solutions. ” 
John Stephenson, Director of IT, Odyssey House, Inc. & Co.
 Staying current on IT Security requires a time commitment that I have yet to follow-through on this year. The Channel Company's MES IT Security Conference did the homework and the heavy lifting which allowed me several days of sessions and first-hand, interactive exposure to vendors and subject-matter experts.” 
― Angela Costakis, CIO, Clairborne Medical Center
"This was the first time attending this event and I was blown away by the format and content of this event. The boardrooms, whiteboarding sessions and the presentations. This event is relevant to all IT leaders in the mid-market space."
Marc Picardo, Director of IT, Wise Business Forms
MES IT Security brings a fresh approach to conferences through a format that facilitates engagement and discussion among business peers surrounding available security products and services.
 Adam Leisring, Sr. Director, Information Security, Paycor, Inc.
At first, I wasn't sure if my company and my situation would translate well to MES. Once I started networking with my peers at the summit, I found many others in almost identical business situations and facing the same issues I deal with - getting proper IT budget, how to efficiently manage a small IT workforce - and exchanging knowledge with them was invaluable..”
 Robert Vinagray, CIO, Burma Bibas, Inc.

Highlighted Speakers

Allan Friedman
Director, Cybersecurity Initiatives, National Telecommunications & Information, U.S. Department of Commerce
Sandra Lambert
CEO, Lambert & Associates
Harry Perper
Principal Systems Engineer, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, Mitre Corp.

2019 Premier Sponsors





Arctic Wolf




MES IT Security Advisory Board

Michael McClure, IT Director, Rogue Community College
Michael McClure
IT Director, Rogue Community College
Michael Chunn, Gesa Credit Union
Michael Chunn
Senior IT Manager, IT Security, Gesa Credit Union
Adam Leisring, Senior Director, Information Security, Paycor
Adam Leisring
Senior Director, Information Security , Paycor
Doug Pontious
BI Analytics Executive, Amerisure Insurance
Janet Stone
Lead Program/Project Manager, Business Risks and Controls, USAA
Terry Orletsky, VP of IT, The Ken Blanchard Companies
Terry Orletsky
VP of IT, The Ken Blanchard Companies
Herman Brown, CIO, SF District Attorney's Office
Herman Brown
CIO, San Francisco District Attorney's Office
Anh Tran, Information Systems Manager, City of El Monte
Anh Tran
Information Systems Manager, City of El Monte
Ben Cranmore, CIO, Furniture Mart USA
Ben Cranmore
CIO, Furniture Mart USA
Jason Mason, SVP, IT, Winsight Media
Jason Mason
SVP, IT, Winsight Media

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