The Greater Columbus Economic Development Corporation has announced details of its upcoming Annual Meeting. It will be held Monday, Nov. 4th at The Commons from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Two cybersecurity experts, Christopher and Stephanie Domas, will deliver a joint keynote address.
Each year, we are pleased to feature a keynote address that is of interest and importance to our community, said Jason Hester, president of Greater Columbus EDC. Chris and Stephanie Domas are individually by themselves sought-after speakers, so to bring this dynamic husband and wife duo to Columbus, Indiana, for their first joint presentation is a special treat.
Christopher Domas is Senior Security Researcher for Intel Corporation. He specializes in embedded systems reverse-engineering and vulnerability analysis.
Stephanie Domas is Vice President of Research & Development for MedSec, a cybersecurity research company formed exclusively to help the health care industry and medical device manufacturers address cybersecurity at all stages of a medical device’s lifecycle. She is a registered Professional Engineer, a Certified Ethical Hacker and a frequent contributor and author on healthcare topics.
The ticketed luncheon event will also feature a report to the community on current and future activities of the Greater Columbus EDC. It is open to the public, but advance registration is required and space is limited. Individual tickets are $50 and reserved corporate tables of 8 are available for $400. Registration can be done online at ColumbusIN.org, or by calling 812-378-7300 by close of business on Oct. 23rd.