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Welcome to the event site for GIS-Pro 2019 in New Orleans! 
Use this site to design your agenda, review presentations in-depth, and network with your peers.
Start reviewing the comprehensive workshop and training opportunities, the keynote addresses, professional development and networking events, and the abundance of concurrent breakout sessions in several focused program tracks:

  • GIS Leadership & Management
  • Community Resiliency and Sustainability 
  • Social Justice and Equity Implications of GIS
  • GIS Supporting Health and Human Services
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Geospatial Technology Innovations
  • Inspiring the Future of GIS and Education

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David Lanter, PhD GISP CISA

Temple University
Information Technology Auditing/Cyber Security Graduate Program Director
Philadelphia, PA
David Lanter directs Temple University’s graduate program in Information Technology Auditing and Cyber Security where he teaches information system security architecture and protection of information technology assets. As Vice President at CDM Smith, David led the civil and environmental engineering firm’s information management discipline and directed information systems development, cybersecurity and quality assurance for international, federal, regional, county, municipal and private clients. He was Research Director at Rand McNally, Software Design Engineer at Microsoft where he led GeoModeling Quality Assurance for the firm’s products. As a Systems Analyst at Grumman Data Systems David wrote functional specifications for cartographic applications for tactical and strategic systems of the US Air Force. Prof. Lanter invented data provenance metadata processing and pioneered its application to auditing the quality of source and derived data. He is a Fulbright Scholar and taught at University of California – Santa Barbara, University of Washington – Seattle, and Drexel University. David’s PhD in geographic information processing is from University of South Carolina, his Master of Science is in IT auditing and cybersecurity from Temple University, Master of Arts is in geographic information system design from State University of New York at Buffalo, and Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors is in science, technology and society from Clark University.