Cybersecurity professionals are under pressure to continually innovate security solutions to protect the digital lives of customers and constituents. TAO is partnering with OETC to create a framework of strategies, tactics, and capabilities that provides a common language, a consistent approach, and long-term vision to help organizations align security strategies with the business.
Please join us on September 6th at 7:30 AM as we host CISOs, cybersecurity professionals and public sector leaders with an exercise to define a flexible and scalable cybersecurity reference architecture tailored for education. During this interactive session, you will provide input to the initial design of a vendor-agnostic reference architecture for schools in Oregon and across the nation.
Don Wolff serves as the CTO for the Portland Public Schools. He has been a classroom teacher, a state-wide technology leader, and a CIO for 28 years in the State. He brings a passion for utilizing technology to empower and extend a student’s educational and life experience.
|Travis Miller | Senior Director of Operations | OETC|
|Leslie Golden | President | Instill Security|
|Stuart Long | Chief Information Officer | Clackamas Education Service District|
Have specific questions, topics or areas of concern? You will have the opportunity to submit these when registering to attend.