IT Security Conference: The Night Between!
IT Security Conference: 10/13 and 10/14/2016!
Hello! I’m so excited about the upcoming IT Security Conference that I’m reaching out to you before we even finalize the Conference Brochures!
Won’t you join us for dinner?
As you know, we’ve got a wonderful tradition of Dinner on the Night Between the first and second day of the conference. We’re hoping to get a head-count early this time.
If you want to join us for dinner on the night of 10/13/2016, let us know by RSVP’ing below!
Either way, we hope you can make the conference, it’s going to be good again this year!
RSVP Closes Wednesday 10/05/2016 @ Midnight EDT
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