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October, 30. Fisherman's Wharf, SFO.
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Knit '19 is a platform for a close community of IT professionals to get together and learn from insightful sessions, network with peers, and make long-lasting friendships in the process.
Get inspired by thought leaders who will help you explore the latest trends in IT security and identity management. At Knit'19 , Ian Madrigal, THE MONOPOLY MAN, explains the implications of The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) and how organizations can comply with its provisions. Ian also unravels the proposed CCPA 2.0 and its consequences for businesses and consumers in California.
Connect with industry experts to discuss and debate best practices for identity management and ways to get ahead of sophisticated attacks with advanced IT security techniques. This year, technical experts from ManageEngine explain how with the right solutions, you can re-imagine your organization's cybersecurity strategy for safeguarding against data breaches.
Engage in detailed conversations with your peers, compare notes about routine IT challenges, gain practical knowledge on tackling those challenges, and more. At Knit '19, network with the best IT minds near you and create connections for future collaboration and exchange of ideas.
ManageEngine meetups are a great opportunity to connect with peers and experts alike. While the sessions are great fun, you are assured to come away with insightful real world hacks.
Ian Madrigal, The Monopoloy Man is a privacy activist and lawyer working in Washington DC focused on corporate accountability and consumer protection. Ian has targeted major brands including Wells Fargo, Google, Facebook, and Equifax with creative activism. Ian's most recent appearance at the US House hearing on Google's data privacy practices was greatly appreciated and covered by several major media outlets.
Project Manager, IBM Security.
Sanjoy is a solutions-oriented Security and Controls expert with extensive experience in coordinating, integrating, and directing complex, multi-site compliance. He has worked on security and controls projects and initiatives across diverse range of industries in various regions worldwide. He currently handles the Security Services Portfolio at IBM Security.
Senior Technical Evangelist, ManageEngine
Jay is a Technical Evangelist at ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp. He presents POCs, and takes care of implementation as well as product training in the domains of ADSolutions and IT security. He is also a regular speaker on the latest trends and best practices in Windows infrastructure management, in international seminars and user conferences conducted by ManageEngine.
Founder/CEO, Safedocs Inc.
Terry is the founder of the award winning firm, Safedocs Inc., the first in California to digitally sign, notarize and record a lending instrument. He has leveraged 20 years of lending, financial, document and document workflow service experience with 14 years of compliance, notarization, and authentication knowledge to create secure, intuitive, privacy protected technology solutions for the 5 billion documents notarized in the US each year.
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Meetup and breakfast
9:45 AM- 10:00 AM
Knit'19 Welcome address: Rethinking your identity governance and IT security strategy for success.
10:00 AM-10:45 AM
The Monopoly Man: Guides you thru' changing landscapes of data privacy
Ian Madrigal, Privacy activist, gives us a reality check on
10:45 AM-11:15 AM
The implications of CCPA on Security Program Design at IBM. Sanjoy Bhattacharjee demonstrates.
Sanjoy Bhattacharjee, Project Manager at IBM security, explains how to embed privacy and data security compliance processes in the design of security programs.
11:15 AM-11:30 AM
11:30 AM-12:00 PM
Transactional Government Compliance vs. CCPA, how to manage the risk. Terry Van Bibber explains.
12:00 PM-12:30 PM
Cybersecurity and hybrid identity management strategy overhaul with Jay.
12:30 PM-01:00 PM
Panel Discussion: With IT leaders from the Bay. '60 days to CCPA'.
01:00 PM-1:45 PM
Roundup & lunch.
Are you a James Bond fan? Well, then you'd definitely know this place. We'll be meeting you at the iconic Fisherman's Wharf where Chuck Lee met James Bond in A View to a Kill. Our venue, the ship-yard chic themed Hotel Zephyr, right in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, has more waterfront views than most other venues in San Francisco. In their Game Room, you can play a game of tabletop shuffleboard, ping pong, or shoot a round of pool. Even better, you can attend Knit'19 and step up your IT game.
250 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94133, United StatesHow to get there? ×
I thought you might want to be a part of ManageEngine's Knit'19- Cybersecurity and Identity Management meetup in San Francisco on October 30 as it would be useful to you. The meetup will feature Ian Madrigal, the Monopoly Man, who'll discuss the implications of CCPA for businesses and consumers in California. You'll come away from the meetup with new ideas and hacks to handle the IT security and identity management challenges more efficiently.Register Now
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Hi Boss name
ManageEngine, one of the leading providers of IT management solutions, is conducting a meetup on Cybersecurity and Identity Management in San Francisco on October 30. I think attending this meetup would be very beneficial for me and our IT team.
Ian Madrigal, the 'Monopoly man' will be the keynote speaker, discussing the implications of CCPA for businesses and consumers in California. I will also have a chance to meet and network with peers with whom I can discuss cybersecurity and identity management challenges and have a brainstorming session to come up with effective solutions.Register Now
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Location: Hotel Zephyr, 250 Beach St, San Francisco, CA 94133, United States
Date: 30th OctoberCost: Free
Knit 2019 is ManageEngine's annual community meetup where IT executives can get together to discuss the latest trends in data privacy, IT security, and identity management.
Our event kicks off at 9:00 AM. The registration desk opens at 8:30 AM. We would recommend you to arrive early, as it will enable you to network with peers.
The event gets over at 1:30 PM.
The event is happening on 30th October, 2019.
A laptop is not required for the seminar, however, you can bring it to take notes if you wish.
Since there are limited seats available, we would advise you to register right away.
Yes, certainly. We would advise you to get in touch with us by sending a mail with the Name and Email ID of your colleague or friend. We will process the request immediately and send you a confirmation.