IoT is the “Things” portion. To be clear, by “things” we’re really talking about the network of sensors, objects, etc – not concentrating on the devices, themselves. Think about it this way: while IoT really focuses on OT (operational technology) environments, IoT and IT taken together comprise IoE.
Vince Skinner • President, Boise ISSA Chapter
Herman Doering • System Info Security Officer, St. Luke’s Health System
Jerry Hindberg • Associate Director, Network & Client Services, Lewis and Clark State College
Rafael Gonzalez • First Assistant United States Attorney
Kevin Maloney • Assistant United States Attorney and CHIP (Computer Hacking Intellectual Property attorney)
Clark Harshbarger • FBI Special Agent and cyber investigator
Robert L. “Bob” Geddes has had a long career in Idaho in both the public and private sectors. Geddes was elected to nine terms in the Idaho Senate. He rose to the office of Senate President Pro Tem – a position he held for a record 11 years – before accepting Governor Otter’s appointment as chairman of the Idaho State Tax Commission in January 2011. The Preston, Idaho native returned to his previous employer, Monsanto, in mid-2012, until he accepted Governor Otter’s appointment as Director of the State’s Department of Administration.
See how innovative IT departments across the industry are capitalizing on automation, self-service and achieving impressive results such as:
Learn how — Join Centrify for a discussion of the architectural, security and operational considerations for adopting a single, unified approach to managing mission-critical servers, SaaS resources and mobile devices.
Overcome enterprise identity challenges:
• Discover the benefits of centralized authentication, authorization, policy, and auditing for IT resources across the data center, cloud and mobile
• Learn about approaches for managing privileged user access to Windows, UNIX and Linux servers – both on-premise and in the cloud – as well as apps.
• Find out how to address password sprawl with secure, controlled access to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps and other cloud services across PCs, iOS and Android devices.
• Where complex applications like VDI, databases, and virtualization can improve from the performance boost of flash
• How far flash has come in terms of reliability and price
• What the next five years of data center innovation will look like so you can be on the cutting edge
From the explosion of enterprise devices and applications to the issue of data and mobile, this session will draw on field experience and insight from AppSense customers to highlight areas of concern to many CIO and CTOs.
More and more company business is conducted from mobile devices, and in most cases, there has been little consideration to how the resources of yesterday are being used and accessed today. Data sizes are increasing, budget and staffing is often decreasing, and there are still only 24 hours in a day. In this modern era, a data protection solution needs to be comprehensive, efficient, easy to use, and be able to be easily administered from mostly anywhere.
|Adam Reno||Information Technology Infrastructure Services Manager||City of Boise|
|Bob Duker||Director of Services||Advotech IT Consulting|
|Bob Geddes||Chief Information Officer||State of Idaho|
|Bob Tanabe||Manager, Voice Networks||Boise Inc|
|Brad Frazer||Partner||Hawley Troxell|
|Brandon Cheyney||Information Technology Manager||City of Nampa|
|Brian Currin||Information Technology Operations Manager||Boise School District|
|Dan Bond||Manager, IS Systems Engineering||Boise Inc|
|Danny Rowell||Program Manager||Rampart Research|
|David Wentland||Information Technology Resource Manager||Idaho State Tax Commission|
|Dennis Elledge||Chief Information Officer||City of Nampa|
|Devin Throngard||Manager, Information Technology||Hawkins Companies LLC.|
|Doug Ooley||Director of ITGRC/Cybersecurity||Boise State University|
|Fred Warr||Information Technology Director||College of Idaho|
|Herman Doering||System Information Security Officer||St. Luke’s Health System|
|Jared Mattravers||Manager, Information Technology Data Center||St. Luke’s Health System|
|Jerry Hindberg||Associate Director, Network Support Services||Lewis-Clark State College|
|John Sacchi||Manager, Information Security||CSHQA|
|Jon Spence||Information Technology Network Analyst||Idaho State Liquor Division|
|JR Tietsort||Chief Information Security Officer||Micon Technology|
|Kathy Bacon||Risk & Information Security Officer||Idaho Trust Bank|
|Ken Malach||President||CRI Advantage|
|Kenneth Duran||Computer Specialist||US Bureau of Reclamation|
|Kristopher Wilson||Program Manager||Anderson & Wood Construction|
|Larry Sweat||Information Technology Manager||PERSI|
|Laura Hill||Branch Chief, Information Technology||US Forest Service|
|Laurel Caldwell||Information Technology Manager||Latah County|
|Lisa Schoenfelder||Enterprise Project Manager||City of Boise|
|Marlin Snyder||Director, Information Technology||Beef Northwest Feeders|
|Mary Howard||Director, Information Technology||Shoshone-Paiute Tribes|
|Michael Heywood||Information Security Officer||Blue Cross of Idaho|
|Michael Rowell||Vice President, Information Technology||Turn-Key Medical, Inc.|
|Morgan Poyser||Information Systems Manager||Preco Electronics|
|Patrick Abernathy||Director, Information Technology||Jacksons Food Stores|
|Patti Henderson||Information Technology Director||Givens Pursley|
|Paula Williams||IT Quality & Compliance Manager||Idaho Power|
|Rachel Zahn||Information Technology System Security Analyst||Office of the CIO, State of Idaho|
|Randy LaPorte||Systems Engineer||Sunwest Bank|
|Raul Pena||Information Technology Manager||Payette County|
|Rick O’Donnell||Supervisor, Information Technology||Keller Associates|
|Rody Cummings||Information Technology Director||Western Power Sports, Inc|
|Scott Knights||Senior Information Security Officer||Idaho Department of Health and Welfare|
|Scott Wilson||Manager, Information Technology||Integrated Technologies|
|Shelby Weimer||Director, Information Technology||CradlePoint|
|Terrance Patternoster||Manager, Information Systems||Hawley Troxell|
The Eyries Ballroom
850 W. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702
From the Airport
Travel north on Vista Avenue for approximately 2 miles, you will loop around the historic Boise Train Depot, and will continue on as Vista turns into Capitol Boulevard. In approximately one mile, you will turn left on Front Street; go one block to the corner of 9th and Front Streets. The Boise Centre is on the right.
From I-84 West
Take I-84, the Downtown Boise exit, for approximately 5 miles to Capitol Boulevard, turn left, go one block to Front Street, turn left, go one block to the corner of 9th and Front Streets. The Boise Centre is on the right.
From I-84 East
Take the Broadway Avenue (Exit 54), go right. As you travel north for approximately 3 miles, go left on Front Street. Travel on Front Street for a little less than a mile, at the corner of 9th and Front, the Boise Centre is on the right.
Parking for events at the Boise Centre on the Grove is available at all public lots. Parking costs range from $2.50/hr to a maximum of $12.00/day. (First hour is Free).
For more information visit: http://boisecentre.com/directions/