“We are very excited to have an incredible person, and one of ICMCP’s founding sponsors as our keynote speaker this year.”
ATLANTA (PRWEB) July 30, 2019
The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals’ (ICMCP) Fourth National Conference today announced their Tuesday, September 17th KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Rita Mitjans, Chief Diversity & Corporate Responsibility Officer, ADP.
“We are very excited to have an incredible person, and one of ICMCP’s founding sponsors as our keynote speaker this year;” stated ICMCP president, Aric K. Perminter. “Thanks to Roland Cloutier, SVP & CSO, ADP has supported ICMCP and its mission from the beginning. ADP believes strongly in the mission of diversity and inclusion (D&I); Rita’s agreeing to headline this year’s Conference underscores the importance of D&I, and we know attendees will benefit greatly from Rita’s story. We are very grateful to ADP for ALL that it does, and for their continued support of ICMCP!”
ICMCP has announced an impressive list of speakers for this year’s event. The full conference agenda is available at https://www.icmcp.org/icmcp-annual-conference-atlanta.
Conference sessions include, “CISO: A Woman's Perspective” featuring Edna Conway, CSO, Global Value Chain, Cisco; Shamla Naidoo, CISO, IBM; Emily Heath, CISO, United Airlines; Kirsten Davies, CISO, Estee Lauder Companies; and Renee Forney, Capital One; "Why What Happens in Washington Really Does Matter - A Policy Update" featuring Patrick Gaul, Executive Director, National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC); and, “SOLVING the Problem; Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Cybersecurity,” presented by Rodney Sampson, Chairman and CEO, The Opportunity Hub.
These speakers will be joined by a distinguished list of over 25 presenters on key topics that impact minority cybersecurity professionals and organizations.
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The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) was created as a 501(c)(3) non-profit association dedicated to the academic and professional success of minority cybersecurity students and professionals. Our mission is to achieve the consistent representation of women and minorities in the cybersecurity industry through programs designed to foster recruitment, inclusion, and retention – one person at a time. The ICMCP tackles the "great cyber divide" with scholarship opportunities, diverse workforce development, innovative outreach, and mentoring programs. For more information or to become a sponsor, please visit https://www.icmcp.org, follow @ICMCP_ORG on Twitter or visit the ICMCP LinkedIn page.