Thursday, April 26, 2012

CIAN - You Are Invited to a Great Afternoon of Fun While Learning

Great show! See you there.


D*I*C*E Man Returns!

We would like to invite you to attend a special security event our business will be hosting in May. At CIAN, Inc., we are concerned about our community. CIAN is a computer security firm brought to Peoria and run by a retired Navy veteran. We will be underwriting a briefing by Ray Semko, aka the D*I*C*E* Man, from 2–4 p.m. on May 11, 2012, and we would like you to come.

Ray Semko has over 35 years of experience serving and protecting the United States in the U.S. Army then later worked as a Counterintelligence Special Agent for the U.S. Government. He is globally renowned for his presentations covering the latest declassified intelligence information to military and private sector members to keep their data, organizations and communities secure. Because CIAN is doing this as a contribution to the safety of our community, there will be no charge associated with the event.

In talks with Ray, he has identified Peoria as an ideal staging location for terrorism. Peoria is apparently what is known as a “tweener city,” ideally positioned between two major cities. Although we may feel safe, living in the Midwest is not a security measure.

While there is no charge, the event will be held at Packard Plaza and seating will be limited to the first 250 people who register. So it is important that anyone wishing to attend make reservations as early as possible. Reservations can be made by calling 691-3000 or registering online at

Please feel free to include this in your blog or direct others to our website link above so they may benefit from signing up for this valuable security briefing. Everyone is welcome!

Testimonials from previous attendees:

“Ray Semko’s presentation at the conference was outstanding. He not only brings home the message of how important Security Awareness is but he does it in an original and entertaining way!” –A Boeing Company attendee

“WOW! Ray Semko motivates, educates, captivates and inspires. We get lost in the drudgery of everyday work, and Ray reminds of the big picture – this is a great country, worthy of fighting for. I can’t wait for next year!” –BSNC attendee

“A first-rate speaker. After about 10 minutes, the audience realized this was no ordinary, boring mandatory government meeting. Mr. Semko was extremely informative (even deadly serious, which of course was the purpose of the brief), effusive, self-deprecating and hilarious. Afterward I realized I had only looked at my watch once and I was amazed at how quickly the time had passed. I wish I had looked around to see if anyone was nodding off (which I sincerely doubt), but I was too personally engrossed in the brief to avert my eyes from the speaker. Bravo Zulu to Ray Semko. His patriotism is contagious!” –U.S. Navy attendee

“One of the goals of my session is to get individuals to change their attitudes about the need for security. Security can never be thought of as an inconvenience. Your people work on unbelievably important projects, missions, operations and activities. They will walk away from my session realizing that what they do has a tremendous impact in keeping America safe and secure and that the enemies and adversaries of the United States will never stop targeting us.” Ray Semko

Ray Semko’s Website:

Our contact information is listed below if you have any questions. We hope you’ll come spend Friday afternoon with us and share this outstanding opportunity!

Event Coordinator


1803 W. Detweiller Dr.

Peoria, IL 61615

Ph: 309-691-3000 / Fax: 309-691-3007

Toll Free: 866-953-2426 (CIAN)


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