Holiday Cruise – ISSA Puget Sound

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Sat, December 17, 2016

6:30 PM – 9:30 PM PST

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2016 has been a growing year for Cyber Security and the ISSA Puget Sound. Let’s get together and celebrate the past, present and the future of ISSA Puget Sound’s growth this Holiday season. Instead of the typical gathering, we’re opting for a cruise around Elliot Bay. Enjoy a cash bar, heavy appetizers, and conversation with the best security practitioners in the Puget Sound.

The boat only holds so many so you had better hurry up and sign up NOW!

Non-members are welcome to attend but let’s do the math. Membership into ISSA is $95(+ chapter dues of $20). Join before the holiday cruise, and you can register at the member price, a $40 difference. Become a member and immediately reap the benefits with $40 off the holiday ticket price. Membership into ISSA includes additional discounts to other security events and conferences throughout the year, like Secure World. Learn more about membership and join here.


What time does the cruise embark?

The cruise will depart from Pier 55 at 6:30. Please arrive early to ensure enough time to find parking and get on board.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

The cruise will depart from Pier 55 in downtown Seattle. Click here for a map of the pier and recommended parking locations nearby.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions may be directed to Justin White ( or Chris Lakin (

What is the dress for the event?

Dress will be business casual.

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