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Schedule for Tuesday, June 18, 2024

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8:30 am
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11:30 am
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IT Workshop - Polk Room
IT Workshop - Polk Room
Registration

Cloudflare
9:00 am - 10:15 am
Threat Simulation Lab - What do you do when the threats hit your door?

Presenter: Tara Scrivens

Account Executive - Tara Scrivens helps Public Sector entities put protections in their connections. Whether protecting the citizen experience, networks, or employee connections, Scrivens works with governments to map out critical infrastructure in an effort to consolidate solutions and enhance visibility. She was drawn to Cloudflare specifically because of their commitment to the Public Sector. If you see her, ask about Project Athenian and CyberSafe Schools!

Co-presenter: John Irwin

Director Solutions Engineer - John Irwin leads solution engineering teams across the US Public Sector for Cloudflare and specializes in edge development and Zero Trust best practices and solutions. Prior to Cloudflare, Irwin spent countless hours leading infrastructure, network, and cyber security teams for Fortune 100 companies and US Government agencies. Irwin has supported global teams across the Americas, East Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He has a history of focusing on Service Management best practices like ITIL/ITAM, SecDevOps processes and tools, and Application/Network Security and Developer services. When he is not focused on mentoring customers and technologists he spends time as a paramedic supervisor and instructor.

Threat Simulation Lab - What do you do when the threats hit your door?

Setting up strategic planning meetings or discussing business continuity to meet cyber security insurance requirements? Join Cloudflare for an interactive threat simulation event to explore the anatomy of cyber threats. During this activity, teams will run through simulations including a multitude of threats to determine how each team will respond. Team will spend time unpacking their decision making processes while being presented with a variety of threats with varying levels of complexity.

Break

Energize Break
Yogurt (V/GF) parfaits with granola (V), candied nuts (V), fresh fruit(V/VE/GF), protein bars (V), Tazo teas (V/VE/GF/K)

Cloudflare
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Threat Simulation Lab - What do you do when the threats hit your door?

Presenter: Tara Scrivens

Account Executive - Tara Scrivens helps Public Sector entities put protections in their connections. Whether protecting the citizen experience, networks, or employee connections, Scrivens works with governments to map out critical infrastructure in an effort to consolidate solutions and enhance visibility. She was drawn to Cloudflare specifically because of their commitment to the Public Sector. If you see her, ask about Project Athenian and CyberSafe Schools!

Co-presenter: John Irwin

Director Solutions Engineer - John Irwin leads solution engineering teams across the US Public Sector for Cloudflare and specializes in edge development and Zero Trust best practices and solutions. Prior to Cloudflare, Irwin spent countless hours leading infrastructure, network, and cyber security teams for Fortune 100 companies and US Government agencies. Irwin has supported global teams across the Americas, East Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He has a history of focusing on Service Management best practices like ITIL/ITAM, SecDevOps processes and tools, and Application/Network Security and Developer services. When he is not focused on mentoring customers and technologists he spends time as a paramedic supervisor and instructor.

Threat Simulation Lab - What do you do when the threats hit your door?

Setting up strategic planning meetings or discussing business continuity to meet cyber security insurance requirements? Join Cloudflare for an interactive threat simulation event to explore the anatomy of cyber threats. During this activity, teams will run through simulations including a multitude of threats to determine how each team will respond. Team will spend time unpacking their decision making processes while being presented with a variety of threats with varying levels of complexity.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Lunch
Club Croissant
Ham, turkey, bacon, Swiss, lettuce and red pepper, mayo on a croissant

Avocado & Hummus Veggie Wrap (V)
Sliced Avocado, Red Pepper Humus, Baby Spinach, Spring Mix, Julienned Carrot, Sliced Cucumber, Bell Pepper and Red Onion, mixed with Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil, in a Sun-dried Tomato Tortilla.

LiftOff
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Presenter: Tom Erdely - LiftOff, LLC. Email: tom@liftoffonline.com

Tom Erdely is a Microsoft Certified Systems Architect and Engineer with over 30 years of experience working with Microsoft Windows systems, on-premise Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft 365. Over the years, he has served as the lead managing engineer for several MSPs (Managed Service Providers) working with IT clients and end-users solving complex IT problems. Tom designed and managed a shared service provider in Stavanger, Norway providing both email and remote desktop solutions to many organizations in the region. When he’s not playing basketball or tennis, Tom and his wife and their three children spend free time traveling through the U.S. and Europe.

Co-presenter: Brian Reilly

Brian Reilly has over two decades of experience in client development, technology project management and technology training. He has led or co-led over 600 Microsoft 365 migration projects for both State and Local Governments and commercial clients all over the country. Brian has degrees from Salisbury University and the University of Maryland, and an MBA from the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris where he spent three years cruising the Seine and walking the Champs-Élysées. Brian lives in suburban Washington, DC, with his wife and four children, and enjoys vegetable gardening, bicycling, and ultimate frisbee.

3 parts: Best Practices For Rolling Out MFA In Your Organization / Best Practices for Protecting Your Organization's Data With Defender for Office 365 / Best Practices For Preserving and Discovery Your Organization's Data With Microsoft Purview Presentation. We will be doing 3 separate parts with a short break and Q & A between each.

Break

Afternoon Break
Rice Krispy Bars and Cookies

LiftOff
2:15 pm - 4:00 pm

Presenter: Tom Erdely - LiftOff, LLC. Email: tom@liftoffonline.com

Tom Erdely is a Microsoft Certified Systems Architect and Engineer with over 30 years of experience working with Microsoft Windows systems, on-premise Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft 365. Over the years, he has served as the lead managing engineer for several MSPs (Managed Service Providers) working with IT clients and end-users solving complex IT problems. Tom designed and managed a shared service provider in Stavanger, Norway providing both email and remote desktop solutions to many organizations in the region. When he’s not playing basketball or tennis, Tom and his wife and their three children spend free time traveling through the U.S. and Europe.

Co-presenter: Brian Reilly

Brian Reilly has over two decades of experience in client development, technology project management and technology training. He has led or co-led over 600 Microsoft 365 migration projects for both State and Local Governments and commercial clients all over the country. Brian has degrees from Salisbury University and the University of Maryland, and an MBA from the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris where he spent three years cruising the Seine and walking the Champs-Élysées. Brian lives in suburban Washington, DC, with his wife and four children, and enjoys vegetable gardening, bicycling, and ultimate frisbee.

3 parts: Best Practices For Rolling Out MFA In Your Organization / Best Practices for Protecting Your Organization's Data With Defender for Office 365 / Best Practices For Preserving and Discovery Your Organization's Data With Microsoft Purview Presentation. We will be doing 3 separate parts with a short break and Q & A between each.

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

515 Brewing Bike/Drive Meetup
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

All bikers meet outside hotel to depart around 5pm. We will start showing up at 515 Brewing between 530pm-6pm. There will be a Food Truck - La Flame Taqueria, that will serve starting around 6pm.

Note: Drinks are not included

515 Brewing
7700 University Ave Suite C, Clive, IA 50325

GIS WorkShop - Hancock Room
GIS WorkShop - Hancock Room
Registration

Enhancing Mobile Data Collection Workflows with ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey123, QuickCapture, and Workforce
9:00 am - 10:15 am

This three-hour lecture-based course offers an in-depth exploration of ArcGIS mobile applications—Field Maps, Survey123, QuickCapture, and Workforce—as key components in optimizing data collection workflows. Tailored for GIS professionals and individuals involved in data collection projects, the session provides a comprehensive understanding of the functionalities and integration strategies of these tools.
Beginning with an overview of each application's features and capabilities, participants will gain insights into their role in enhancing data accuracy, efficiency, and accessibility throughout the data collection process. Attendees will learn how to effectively design and deploy custom forms and surveys using Survey123, expedite data capture processes with QuickCapture, and visualize field data in real-time using Field Maps. Furthermore, the course will delve into workforce management optimization techniques facilitated by the Workforce application, emphasizing its role in streamlining field operations and fostering team collaboration.
By focusing on best practices for data collection, quality assurance, and data management, participants will be equipped with the knowledge to implement efficient mobile data collection workflows within their organizations.

Experience Level: Beginner

Presenter: Luke Finley - Solution Engineer - ESRI
Luke Finley is a Solution Engineer for State and Local government at ESRI. Located in the St. Louis Regional Office, Luke has supported the effective use of ArcGIS technology for users in the Midwest Region for over a year. Prior to his role at ESRI, Luke worked for the Kansas State Government in the Division of Emergency Management for nearly 7 years. This role was taken shortly after graduating from Kansas State University. In his free time, Luke enjoys walking his dog, attending shows, playing golf and video games.

Break

Energize Break
Yogurt (V/GF) parfaits with granola (V), candied nuts (V), fresh fruit(V/VE/GF), protein bars (V), Tazo teas (V/VE/GF/K)

Enhancing Mobile Data Collection Workflows with ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey123, QuickCapture, and Workforce
10:30 am - 12:00 pm

This three-hour lecture-based course offers an in-depth exploration of ArcGIS mobile applications—Field Maps, Survey123, QuickCapture, and Workforce—as key components in optimizing data collection workflows. Tailored for GIS professionals and individuals involved in data collection projects, the session provides a comprehensive understanding of the functionalities and integration strategies of these tools.
Beginning with an overview of each application's features and capabilities, participants will gain insights into their role in enhancing data accuracy, efficiency, and accessibility throughout the data collection process. Attendees will learn how to effectively design and deploy custom forms and surveys using Survey123, expedite data capture processes with QuickCapture, and visualize field data in real-time using Field Maps. Furthermore, the course will delve into workforce management optimization techniques facilitated by the Workforce application, emphasizing its role in streamlining field operations and fostering team collaboration.
By focusing on best practices for data collection, quality assurance, and data management, participants will be equipped with the knowledge to implement efficient mobile data collection workflows within their organizations.

Experience Level: Beginner

Presenter: Luke Finley - Solution Engineer - ESRI
Luke Finley is a Solution Engineer for State and Local government at ESRI. Located in the St. Louis Regional Office, Luke has supported the effective use of ArcGIS technology for users in the Midwest Region for over a year. Prior to his role at ESRI, Luke worked for the Kansas State Government in the Division of Emergency Management for nearly 7 years. This role was taken shortly after graduating from Kansas State University. In his free time, Luke enjoys walking his dog, attending shows, playing golf and video games.

Lunch
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Lunch
Club Croissant
Ham, turkey, bacon, Swiss, lettuce and red pepper, mayo on a croissant

Avocado & Hummus Veggie Wrap (V)
Sliced Avocado, Red Pepper Humus, Baby Spinach, Spring Mix, Julienned Carrot, Sliced Cucumber, Bell Pepper and Red Onion, mixed with Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil, in a Sun-dried Tomato Tortilla.

Imagery 101
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Have you wondered about imagery or what to do post-delivery? During this pre-conference session, we will be discussing all things imagery. We’ll share options for imagery products and guidelines to follow when thinking about aerial services such has hunting the emerald ash borer. Next, we’ll discuss filetypes and what to use when with different imagery hosting options. Following that, we’ll share imagery tools and web viewers to bring imagery insights to staff. Lastly, we’ll touch on more cutting edge items and things to think about such as 3D mesh and how it’s different than LiDAR.

Break

Afternoon Break
Rice Krispy Bars and Cookies

Imagery 101
2:15 pm - 4:00 pm

Have you wondered about imagery or what to do post-delivery? During this pre-conference session, we will be discussing all things imagery. We’ll share options for imagery products and guidelines to follow when thinking about aerial services such has hunting the emerald ash borer. Next, we’ll discuss filetypes and what to use when with different imagery hosting options. Following that, we’ll share imagery tools and web viewers to bring imagery insights to staff. Lastly, we’ll touch on more cutting edge items and things to think about such as 3D mesh and how it’s different than LiDAR.

Free Time
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

515 Brewing Bike/Drive Meetup
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

All bikers meet outside hotel to depart around 5pm. We will start showing up at 515 Brewing between 530pm-6pm. There will be a Food Truck - La Flame Taqueria, that will serve starting around 6pm.

Note: Drinks are not included

515 Brewing
7700 University Ave Suite C, Clive, IA 50325