CISO Toronto Roundtable Dinner | TBD 2021 | Toronto, ON, Canada

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Hospital for Sick Children

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The CISO Toronto Roundtable Dinner 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:

Excellent event with peers and interesting, thought-provoking presentations.Vendor presentations were minimal and more based on panel discussions rather than sales pitches. Terrific organisation before and at the event with a great, rich mobile application.

Director of IT, Citybond Holdings PLC

The CDM Media events are always so well organized! I, personally, love the format of their events. We left the event with a few key follow-ups already scheduled with potential new business partners.

Senior Product Manager, IBM

The summit was very tightly run. There was no wasted time. Every minute provided either presentations, panels, vendor one-on-ones or networking opportunities. Also, the topics were very spot on with addressing current trends and needs.

Director of Information Security, Williams Lea

Excellent event.

VP, IS Institutional, Manulife

The format was very open and inviting, which resulted in nice interaction among the delegates. The length of the event was just right and the choice of venue was excellent! Agenda sessions were well planned and articulated. It demonstrated a sense of closeness to the topic.

Director, Application Development

 

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