CISO San Francisco Roundtable Dinner by Lookout | March 15, 2022 | San Francisco, CA, USA

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The CISO San Francisco Roundtable Dinner by Lookout is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Generally higher quality than some of your competition.

Senior Vice President Strategic Operations, Cyber adAPT

I enjoyed the format and the duration. I preferred the roundtables to the interview style rooms I've been in at other events. Nicely done! For the events I've been to with this format, this summit is among the best executed.

Director of Product Strategy, Cicero Inc.

The event was a great experience and highly informational. The exchange with the vendors provided a two-forum on how value can be achieved on both ends. The presenters were outstanding, too!

VP Cyber Strategy & Risk Management, BNY Mellon

The summit was very much well organized, well structured, co-ordinated and managed. Also, the manner in which people from diffrent backgrounds, cultures and industries were made to engage meaningfully via this summit was beyond my measure o imagination. It was truely an amazing experience.

Project Manager

My most valuable takeaway was seeing the shared perspectives on the state and future of technology in healthcare. In particular, the advantages of applying technology in integrated practice settings, as well as the inherent challenge of gaining efficiency in a more fragmented healthcare marketplace.

SVP IT

 

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