Ignite 2017: “If you don’t come back with a dozen things to try, you weren’t paying attention.”

Catherine Crandall


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At Ignite ‘17 Security Conference, you’ll have access to breakout sessions, expert 1:1s, guest speakers, Ultimate Test Drives (UTDs), Hands-On Workshops (HOWs), and more! All of this makes for an amazing event, but don’t take our word for it. Here are some real quotes from real people about Ignite.

  • “My passion for Palo Alto Networks was ignited in Vegas last year. Top notch conference.”
  • “I wish I could attend all of the tracks, but I can only be in one class at a time :D”
  • “I have been going to Ignite for 4 years and really look forward to it. This is the one conference/training I put in for every year.”
  • “Learned a lot from Ignite. Our company is benefitting daily.”
  • If you don’t come back with a dozen things to try, you weren’t paying attention.”

Need more reasons to attend? Here’s a sneak peek into what you can expect at Ignite ‘17 Security Conference.

Come to the biggest Ignite ever. Register now


Register for Ignite ’17 Security Conference
Vancouver, BC June 12–15, 2017

Ignite ’17 Security Conference is a live, four-day conference designed for today’s security professionals. Hear from innovators and experts, gain real-world skills through hands-on sessions and interactive workshops, and find out how breach prevention is changing the security industry. Visit the Ignite website for more information on tracks, workshops and marquee sessions.

1 Reader Comment

  1. Make sure you introduce yourself to everyone you sit by. You never know what you might learn from them discussing the session or the next year even!

    Focus on the events you would benefit from most in your daily role or a current goal. Watch the videos for the rest when you return to the office! Sometimes the last 5 minutes of the session is where the best knowledge gained from the entire event occurs!

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