NSA Information Assurance Symposium (IAS) 2017

IAS App

View the IAS App FAQ Sheet

Download the App:


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*Please note: This app is accessible to the general public. It is not mandatory to sign up to access all the information on the app. This will only need to be done if you want to message, like, comment, complete polling, and connect with others.

If you do not want to use your own email address you may sign up using a non-valid email. For example, you could use abc@xyz.com to sign up; however, if you forget your password then you would not be able to receive the recovery password email because the email address is not valid.*

The IAS mobile app is a valuable resource that provides you with information pertaining to the agenda, speakers, attendees and partners.

Key benefits include:

Real time agenda updates. Any changes to rooms, speakers or general session information can be found in the app.

Networking. Get to know the other attendees. Search an alphabetical listing, share contact information, and use 1:1 messaging right from within the app.

Find Symposium Resources. View speakers & abstracts, take notes on sessions, and participate in live polling.

Get to know the Symposium Partners and Exhibitors. View the partners who helped to make the Symposium a success. Check out their website, description, and find out where their booth is located.

Interactive Maps. View the convention center floorplan; see what sessions are in specific rooms, set session reminders and more. You can also see what attractions are nearby using the Map icon.

Build Your Profile

Access your profile settings. After tapping the IA Symposium icon on your phone, click sign up, input your email address, and create a password (must be minimum of six characters).
  • It is not mandatory to sign up to access all the information on the app. This will only need to be done if you want to message, like, comment, complete polling, and connect with others.
  • If you do not want to use your own email address you may sign up using a non-valid email. For example, you could use abc@xyz.com to sign up; however, if you forget your password then you would not be able to receive the recovery password email because the email adress is not valid

Tell us about yourself. Fill out the text fields to give other attendees a sense of who you are. You can write a short bio, provide your contact information, or direct people to your website or social media accounts. Once the fields are filled out that you want others to see, click on the checkmark in the upper right hand corner.
  • The minimum to fill out is your first name (can be as little as one character)