December 10, 2015 ISACA Luncheon Event
Implications of the Internet of Things
The internet of things is the very latest innovation to positively disrupt our lives and technology. According to Cisco Systems there were 8.7 billion connected devices in 2012. This number will grow to 50 billion by 2020. Many of the implications of this next technological age have yet to be fully understood. Please join us for a thought provoking discussion of the effect that these changes will have on our nations critical infrastructure systems and our cyber-security posture.
Speaker: Ngoni Murandu
Ngoni Murandu has been Chief Information Officer of Northwest Natural Gas Company since June 2014. NW Natural provides both gas distribution storage services. The company maintains operations in Oregon, Washington, and California. Before joining NW Natural, Murandu spent six years as senior vice president and chief information officer at NANA Development Corporation in Anchorage, Alaska, where he led a global IT organization. He has also worked for Mylan Inc., a global pharmaceutical company, West Virginia Health Sciences Center and the National Institute for Occupational Safety. Previously, he worked for IBM and Price Waterhouse. For the past 15 years, Mr. Murandu has been an advocate for the establishment of information technology best practices participating in many national groups and alliances. Mr. Murandu is an active member of the Oregon Alliance and Director/Board Member.
ISACA Members: $20.00
Guests and Non-Members: $25.00
We expect this event to sell out. Attendance will be limited to the first 60 registrations. Do not delay, and register today!
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