you and your guest are
invited to our Annual
Cybersecurity Casino Night!

On Tuesday, October 11th, CTSI is bringing our Annual Cybersecurity Casino Night to the Permian Basin! The fun starts at 5:30 p.m., and we’ll have cocktails and prizes.

Event Details


Tuesday, October 11th, 2022


223 W Wall St., Ste 200
Midland, TX 79701

Limited seating!

  • Registration (required)
  • Maximum one guest per invited attendee.
  • Please check in with the CTSI team upon arrival.
  • For any event inquiries, please contact Julie Heinrich at jheinrich@ctsinet.com


5:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Registration and Cocktail Hour

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Cybersecurity Landscape-Presented by James Morrison

7:00 pm – 8:25 pm

Dinner and Casino Night


Prize Drawing

8:30 pm

Event Ends

*Invitation only. Invitations
are non-transferable.

CTSI Supports United Way of Midland!

We love our communities, and are excited to partner with this great organization for our 2022 event! Everyone will receive a set of tokens to start the night at the casino. For $20, you will receive an additional set of tokens, and 100% of the proceeds will go to United Way of Midland!

Event Registration

Parking Instructions

There are 132 free public parking spaces in the Wall Street Loft parking garage levels 1 and 2. You access this garage from Texas Avenue east of Main Street. There are 200 free public parking spaces in the parking garage beside the DoubleTree Hotel on levels 3, 4 and 5. These two garages (332 parking spaces) are a block from the event venue.

Street parking is also available. During evenings and weekends, some parking is available in reserved lots; however, you and your guests park there at your own risk. Thank you!

City Parking Garage

Second Story Lot

Guest Speaker

James Morrison

Distinguished Technologist

James Morrison joined Intelisys in May 2022 as their National Cyber Security Specialist after working as a Chief Information Security Officer and Distinguished Technologist – Cyber Security at Ntirety and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).

Prior to working at HPE, James spent 22 years with the FBI as a Senior Computer Scientist, focused on cyber security. He worked on numerous national security and criminal intrusion investigations, as an active Cyber Security Expert, identifying security vulnerabilities and implementing solutions. He was a Regional Program Manager for the FBI Computer Science program and Adjunct Faculty Member for the FBI, teaching multiple classes at Quantico and internationally.

Event Sponsors