Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, 2019
   San Antonio, TX, USA

2018 Industry Supporters

2018 Industry Supporters

4theONE Foundation

4theONE Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the location and rescue of missing and exploited teens. 4theONE leverages technology and volunteers trained in advanced investigative techniques to assist the search efforts led by law enforcement and the families of missing teens. In addition, 4theONE has a special team dedicated to identifying, investigating and reporting on active sex trafficking rings that are working in North Texas.

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4theONE

Alamo ISSA

The Information Systems Security Association is a not-for-profit, international organization of information security professionals and practitioners. It provides educational forums, publications, and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skill, and professional growth of its members.
 
Alamo-ISSA's mission is to enhance the education and expand the knowledge and skills of its members in the interrelated fields of information systems and data processing; to encourage a free exchange of information security techniques, approaches, and problem solving; and to communicate to management and systems and information processing professionals the importance of establishing the controls necessary to ensure the security of information processing resources.

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ISSA Alamo

CyberTexas Foundation

The CyberTexas Foundation collaborates with academic, business and government leaders to:

  • Increase and improve academic and workforce development programs to train cyber security professionals
  • Improve cyber security awareness and preparedness
  • Grow, retain and recruit cyber security businesses

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CyberTexas

Enterprise Security Magazine

Enterprise Security has been a pioneer in dissolving the vacuum which has been created owing to missing connection between the various solutions and services that can be brought together to create a complete system. Enterprise Security magazine is assisting thousands of organizations to reduce risk and complexity by bringing to light unique market trends including how security needs to be embedded within hardware and software solutions and work with each other to provide integrated multilayered protection.

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Enterprise Security Magazine

Forensic Focus

Forensic Focus is the web's leading digital forensics website for computer forensics and eDiscovery professionals. Best known for its busy forums, the site encourages open discussion in support of best practice within the digital forensics industry as well as offering news, interviews, articles, job vacancies and a monthly email newsletter.

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Forensic Focus

InfraGard San Antonio Members Alliance

The InfraGard San Antonio Members Alliance is an information sharing and analysis effort serving the interests and combining the knowledge base of a wide range of members. At its most basic level, InfraGard is a cooperative undertaking between the U.S. Government, led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and an association of businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to increasing the security of United States critical infrastructures.

All InfraGard participants are committed to the proposition that a robust exchange of information about threats to and actual attacks on these critical infrastructures is an important element for successful infrastructure protection efforts.

The goal of InfraGard is to enable that information flow so that the owners and operators of infrastructure assets can better protect themselves and so that the United States government can better discharge its law enforcement and national security responsibilities.

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InfraGard San Antonio

 

ISACA Houston Chapter

ISACA® is a nonprofit, independent association that advocates for professionals involved in information security, assurance, risk management and governance. The aim of the ISACA Houston Chapter is to sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, conduct regular chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control and security profession throughout the area. We conduct chapter meetings the third Thursday of the month that typically includes a morning or afternoon training along with a luncheon meeting/training.  We also sponsor SIG group meetings on the same day. Local seminars are held in the spring and fall that include topics of high relevance to our membership community. Certification training is scheduled before each ISACA exam date based on interest level. We partner with other organizations to provide additional educational opportunities for our greater Houston area membership. Please visit our chapter EVENTS page frequently for the latest educational and networking opportunities.

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ISACA Houston Chapter

 

ISACA San Antonio/South Texas Chapter

ISACA® is a nonprofit, independent association that advocates for professionals involved in information security, assurance, risk management and governance. The goals and focus this year of the San Antonio Chapter are to continue to promote the professional development of our members and guests by:

  • Providing quality and low-cost educational training in the areas of IT audit, security, governance, and risk.
  • Facilitating and encouraging the exchange of knowledge and resources between members and guests through networking opportunities.
  • Supporting and helping individuals achieve and attain professional certifications offered by ISACA by extending course review classes and other available resources.
  • Helping reach out to our local universities to help inspire the next generations.

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ISACA San Antonio

My Dear Drone

The reason for the existence of MyDearDrone.com was to reduce the complexity, confusion, and overload of information on UAV, Drone, Unmanned and Quadcopter by creating a unique website which is designed and structured purposefully to help the users to understand and study the drone in a practical way. All of this information, news, reviews, guides, and videos are 100% free to access, read and collaborate. The main reason behind it, is to offer free knowledge of drones throughout the Internet.

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My Dear Drone

San Antonio Women in Technology

The San Antonio Women in Technology is a group of computing professionals (women and men) whose goal is to foster women of all ages from before they decide to choose a career in IT throughout their education, career, and beyond. We exist to encourage young ladies to choose a great rewarding career in computers and technology, assist women as they pursue IT degrees, and provide networking opportunities for IT professionals.

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San Antonio Women in Technology

Women's Society of Cyberjutsu

Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization, focused on empowering women to succeed in the cybersecurity industry. WSC’s mission is to advance women in cybersecurity careers by providing programs and partnerships that promote networking, education, training, mentoring, resource-sharing and other professional opportunities.

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Women's Society of Cyberjutsu
2018 Sponsors

2018 Sponsors


 

Testimonials
  • “The San Antonio Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference was the first I attended. I was pleased with the presentations and as usual I learned something. It was also good for networking.”
    Loy Locke
    Detective, San Marcos Police Department
  • “For attending this conference for the first time, after always attending the ICAC conferences, the Techno Security conference is right up there with them.”
    Miguel Miranda
    Detective/Task Force Officer, Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, Metropolitan Police Department
  • “There was a vast amount of information, knowledge and expertise shared freely to those of us striving to learn more about the massive growing field of technology and the barriers that we face daily. Great conference!”
    Sherri Wallace
    Ardmore Police Department
  • “This is one great conference, and in the heart of Texas! I especially liked the combination of attendees and speakers, as it mixed corporate and sole practitioners with academia, and was heavily oriented toward forensics and cyber security with an appropriate mix of audit and compliance. The vendor mix was just right, and I appreciated the allowance for and appreciation of industry associations. I had several good takeaways, both in the form of ideas to pursue, and future friendships and partnering opportunities. There were also a good number of pithy workshops where the latest ideas were exchanged and an in-depth understanding of the subject area was achieved.”
    Harvey Nusz
    PwC Contractor - GDPR Specialist and President, ISACA Greater Houston Chapter