CXO Charlotte Roundtable Dinner by IBM | Dec. 1, 2022 | Charlotte, NC, USA

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Chris Lis

Chief Information Security Officer

Sunlight Financial LLC

CRAIG HENNINGER

Sr. Director, Information Security

GXO Logistics

John Bodzek

VP Information Risk Management - Applications & Cyber QA

MUFG Americas Holdings Corp

John Opala

CISO

Hanesbrands

Josh Brown

Sr. Director Cybersecurity Compliance

Ally.

Kim Kazmaier

Chief Integration Architect

Union Bank

Mark Terry

CIO

United Community Bank

Nilay Naik

Vice President - Digital Product Delivery Leader

Wells Fargo

Rick Doten View details

VP, CISO Healthcare Enterprises

Centene Corporation

Robert Brown

CISO

United Community Bank

Sean Gallagher

CISO

Hayward Holdings, Inc.

Thomas Watson

CISO

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Very good summit. Great opportunity to catch up with colleagues. Many topics were timely and relevant.

Information Security Officer, Board of Regents of the University of Georgia

I believe this is a great event that is definitely needed in Atlanta and has strong sponsorships. Thankful for the invite!

Director Global Information Security Compliance and Assurance, InterContinental Hotels Group

The sessions were fantastic. They were well-attended and the content and speakers were well-chosen. The topics were also applicable to the current issues in the industry.

CEO, President & Co-Founder, Simply Mac

It was great. Lots of key decision makers and potential new relationships with 3 vendors.

Vice President, Enterprise Security Services, Information Security & Control, Scotiabank

The topics were just right what we are dealing with everyday, the speakers really knew what they were talking about, the event itself was very well organized, the hotel was very nice, and food was great

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