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Committee retains impressive speakers for Texas event

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Oct. 29, 2014

The NAID 2015 Conference Committee is on a roll. In the span of just a couple weeks, they have lined up what may be the most impressive list of industry speakers in the association’s history.

While the bestseller “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey had an incredible impact on the business world, a growing number of business professionals believe a book by his son, Stephen M.R. Covey, entitled “The Speed of Trust,” is equally important for defining success in the information age.

“Ethics and trust are at the core of every business,” said Gina Lentine, CSDS and chair of NAID 2015 Annual Conference. “But in an industry entrusted with others’ personal information, it means everything. We are proud and so lucky to have Mr. Covey as our keynote, showing us how trust shows up in the bottom line.”

Other speakers already lined up for the event include, Ross Federgreen, a leading authority on incident mitigation and breach reporting, Herb Henk, a highly respected medical waste hauling expert, Vince Roback of the National Security Agency, and Bill Moore, considered to be among the most authoritative wastepaper analysts in the world.

Many popular speakers will also be returning to the NAID conference. For instance, Joe Harford, CSDS, of Reclamere will show attendees how to build the ultimate marketing machine. Tom Dumez of Prime Compliance will walk attendees through the process of creating a breach response program, and the always thought-provoking Tom Adams, Chief Marketing Officer at Flourish Press, will explain how the right corporate culture can create the right results.

Complete details can be found on the NAID 2015 website that will be launched next Monday, Nov. 3.