SC Congress Toronto 2016 is an unprecedented opportunity to be a key part of one of North America's most important cybersecurity events, featuring new ideas and even new ways at looking at old ideas. Delegates know they will take the practical solutions, advice and suggestions they gain at the conference and expo back to their organizations and put them to work immediately.
After four successful years of SC Congress Toronto, our 2016 event will again feature cutting-edge sessions and dialogue coming from Canada's top industry professionals - with an audience consisting of more than 1,000 primarily senior information security and technology professionals in both the public and private sectors.
2015 Companies in Attendance
Allstream, AT&T, Bank of Montreal, Bank of Nova Scotia, Bell, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Cancer Care Ontario, CIBC, CitiBank, CSC, Deliotte, Delta Airlines, Ehealth,Ontario, Enbridge, Elavon, Eq Bank, Ford Motors Company, Frhi Hotel & Resorts, General Motors Co, Gov't of Ontario, Health Canada, Hydro One, Intact, Intuit, JP Morgan Chase, KPMG, Loblaw Companies, Manulife Financial, MacKenzie Financial, Mercer, Ministry of Gov't Services, North York General Hospital, Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Bar Association, Oracle, Pizza Pizza, PwC, Raytheon, RBC,, Ricoh Canada, Rogers, Ryerson University, Scotia Bank, Sear's Canada, Shoppers Drug Mart, SiriusXM, Softchoice, Sungard, SunLife Financial, TD Bank, Telus, TMX Group, Toronto Police Service, Toronto Board of Trade, Transamerica Life Canada, University of Toronto, Waterloo Regional Police Service, Wells Fargo & Yamaha to name a few.
Delegates were highly engaged as many declared the conference " a great event with excellent opportunities for learning and networking that was very motivational."
Feedback from the exhibitors was equally enthusiastic with many citing the important dialogues they started with C-suite professionals and other IT security business decision makers. "We had some great and meaningful conversations with a lot of end users and decision makers. We will definitely be back for future SC Congress events".
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