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Thank you for another successful event - Texas Department of Information Resources' Information Security Forum (ISF) 2022 

Exhibits: If you are interested in exhibiting at the next ISF, please email to be added to the mailing list.

Audience: State and local government attendees.

ISF Overview 

The Information Security Forum is an educational conference bringing together security and IT professionals from public sector organizations across the state of Texas. This premier conference focuses on security trends and upcoming technologies. Don't miss this great opportunity to network and promote your products and services to security leaders and personnel. We estimate an attendance of approximately 500 people including up to 400 security and IT professionals.   


2022 Information Security Forum Agenda 

Please see some of the 2022 ISF presentation decks linked below: 

Beneath the Surface: Keeping up with Modern Application Security - Deloitte

CANCELLED Using NIST CST to Develop Security Controls - LCRA, Mark Adams and Tony Nelson

Empowering Modern Security Architecture: IGA and PAM as Foundation to Zero Trust - Landrum and Gurka

How to Build Situational Awareness into Your Third-Party Risk Program - Jon Chisum

How to Get Better Monitoring of MITRE Attack Techniques - Snyder and Copeland

ISF 2022 DIR Redbook Training

ISF 2022 Keynote Think Like an Attacker - Proofpoint, Sherrod DeGrippo


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