CXO Los Angeles Roundtable Dinner by IBM | Nov. 10, 2022 | 6:00 PM PT | Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Ashish Srivastava

IT & Digital Transformation Director

Medtronic

Chris Stoneley

Chief Information Security Officer

Cathay Bank

James Johnson

IT Network Security Director

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Jivko Varlakov

Sr. Manager, Application Security

Hilton Worldwide

Joseph Clark

Senior IT Manager

Puffco

Michael Rembis

IT Security Director

NeoGenomics, Inc.

Paul J. Castillo View details

Senior Vice President, Global Information Security

Bank of America

Smeeta Mital

Manager, Sr. Product Manager

First American Financial Corporation

Tom Hartmann

VP Digital Transformation

Edwards Lifesciences Corp

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Vice President IT - Systems & Service, Johnson Controls

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IT Director, Pernod Ricard

It was very enlightening to learn how current and future challenges are being faced by the CIOs of the participant companies, as well as the evolution of IT management and how to stay relevant and current in this ever changing environment.

Group IT CC Communications & WAN Manager, Le Creuset

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Director

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