The 2018 Northwest
SECURITY AWARENESS FORUM

February 13, 2018 | 8am - 12pm
Bellevue, Washington


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The 2018 Northwest Security Awareness ForumThe 2018 Northwest Security Awareness Forum

Join your peers at the 2018 Northwest Security Awareness Forum (NWSAF18) for a half-day of engaging presentations and sessions on best practice security awareness programs, featuring stories, insights, and ideas presented by industry experts. 

Confirmed presenters and facilitators include:
  • Melissa Plicque, Security Training & Awareness | eBay
  • Tom Pendergast, Security, Privacy, Compliance | MediaPro
  • Craig Spiezle, Trust & IoT Strategy | Agelight Advisory Group
  • Tomm Larson, Cybersecurity Awareness | Idaho National Laboratories
  • Richard Purcell, CEO | Corporate Privacy Group
  • Jason Hoenich, Founder | Habitu8
  • Charles Harwood, Regional Director | FTC
  • Shelly Holt, VP, Global Learning | SAP
Plus, a  special panel discussion featuring perspectives on the hottest security topics of 2018, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). There's also breakfast and all the coffee the hotel will give us. Tickets to attend this valuable seminar are free


The 2018 Northwest Security Awareness Forum takes place on Feb. 13th from 8-12pm at The Hilton in Bellevue, WA. Get your ticket today!

Presentations & Sessions

Security Across the Ages: How to Create Security Training that Inspires Multiple Generations
Melissa Plicque
, eBay Marketplaces
A Year in the Life of a Security Awareness Program Manager
Tom Pendergast, MediaPro
Get their Attention & Then Keep it: Reaching Senior Leadership with a Security Awareness Program
Tomm Larson, Idaho National Laboratories
Data Protection & Stewardship: Will You Be the Next Equifax?
Craig Spiezle, Agelight Advisory Group
Privacy & Security Collaboration: Why GDPR Makes Data Governance More Important Than Ever
Richard Purcell, Corporate Privacy Group
The Mistakes I've Made: Confessions of a Security Awareness Expert
Jason Hoenich, Habitu8
Cybersecure Your Business: What Risks Should You Manage For?
Charles Harwood, Federal Trade Commission