Join us for another insightful conference while networking with the nations innovators.
Capture the Flag Returns
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Win Amazing Prizes
Check out the prizes available to all attendees coming soon!
Thursday October 28th & Friday October 29th 2021
2021 Tickets $45
Triangle InfoSeCon is the largest annual Information Security conference in the area and is the flagship event of the Raleigh Chapter of the Information System Security Association. Our mission is simple, we want to train and educate as many people as possible about the importance of Information Security. To accomplish that mission we hold training events during our monthly meetings and we have our annual CISSP Review. In addition, we support the Cyber Patriot program that is geared toward getting high school students interested and involved in Information Security. Lastly, we provide scholarships to local schools in support of Information Security curriculums. As an organization, we believe that Information Security is both the present and the future, and it is incumbent upon us to try to influence the decision makers of today and to train the security leaders of tomorrow. This event is our premier showcase of that mission and directly funds our efforts throughout the year.
Executive with years of IT, sales, operations management and business strategy leadership. I am motivated by achieving new goals, new technology, solving problems, crafting marketing strategies, winning new business and learning from my customers – I like the company of those smarter than me.
Managed and achieved sales objectives across the intelligence community, military, civilian, state and local government and commercial customers.
Ms. Diane M. Janosek is an award-winning cybersecurity leader and sought-after speaker. As an innovator, she has been a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service (SES) since 2012. She currently serves as the National Security Agency’s Commandant of the National Cryptologic School, which is comprised of four colleges, to include the Colleges of Cyber and Cryptology. In her role, she manages and oversees the delivery of unique courses for the U.S. intelligence workforce, both civilian and military, in the areas of cyber, network security, cyber resilience, and encryption, ensuring a strong federal workforce to defend critical national security networks. Ms. Janosek’s areas of expertise include academic leadership, privacy and technology, governance and data policy, export control, defense acquisition, information and cyber security. In her current role, she is committed to the educational, leadership, professional and practical learning needs of the nation’s cyber workforce in today’s dynamic threat environment.
Prior to leading the National Cryptologic School, Ms. Janosek served in leadership roles in the National Security Agency’s Directorate of Technology, to include serving as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer. In the U.S. Government’s judicial and executive branches, she has served in a variety of attorney/legal, policy and executive management positions, to include Chief Legal Officer to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board and Legal Counsel at both the White House and the Pentagon. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States and is certified in information and network security (CISSP).
Ms. Janosek is a multiple award recipient being named as the 2020 Cyber Educator awardee, 2020 Cyber Impact Award winner, Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity in 2020 winner, CybHER 2020 Warrior award winner, as well as the 2019 Cyber Warrior Woman of the Year, an award granted by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, which honored her for her mentorship, inspiration, and advocacy for women in the cybersecurity field. She is the Legal Advisor of the Women in Cybersecurity’s (WiCyS) Mid-Atlantic Regional Affiliate and holds the WiCyS Affiliate Leadership Award for 2019. Ms. Janosek has published numerous articles in various cybersecurity and legal publications, among others, and she serves as an adjunct professor for the National Intelligence University’s Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence in Intelligence program in Washington, DC. She has served as the keynote speaker and as a panelist at many cybersecurity conferences and events. She serves on the Board of Advisors of the Military Cyber Professionals Association and is a member of the White House’s Federal Committee on STEM Education. She is passionate about giving back and serving the Nation.
The Raleigh chapter of ISSA is pleased to announce the IT Leadership Forum as part of InfoSeCon. Our mission is to educate and support the InfoSec community, with the IT Leadership Forum we are expanding that mission to executive leadership. As an IT Leader responsible for InfoSec you bear great responsibility in an increasingly dangerous world. Join us for InfoSeCon where you will have a day of networking with your peers, executive training, keynotes and a discussion panel all in a protected space just for InfoSec leaders like you.
StormCTF will once again host our Capture the Flag event at InfoSeCon! We have amazing prizes this year including:
– MacBook Air
– Razer Backpack Bundle
– Education Voucher (Up to $1,000)
– Amazon Gift Cards