Join us at our Spring 2024 INCH360 Cyber Trainings!

INCH360 Mission

A regional industry group focused on connecting cybersecurity and compliance professionals of all levels. The group will promote education, collaboration, and communication about resources, regional companies, and jobs.

Connect with other Cybersecurity Professionals

INCH360 stands as the growing community likeminded cyber and compliance professionals. We are more than just a community group; we are a dynamic force uniting professionals of all levels who share a passion for cybersecurity excellence. Our mission is clear: to promote education, collaboration, and communication among cybersecurity and compliance professionals in the Pacific Northwest.


At INCH360, we understand the diverse needs of our comm... Learn More

Learn about Cutting Edge Trends in the Industry

INCH360 is a group of cybersecurity and compliance experts who feel compelled to continue the work of several earlier education groups. Founded in 2023 to create an inclusive community for students, early professionals and seasoned professionals. Our approach emphasizes inclusivity, hands-on experience, and a commitment to community-building. We encourage collaboration and support for other community groups in Eastern Washington and North Id... Learn More

Hands on Learning that will help you in your career

Cybersecurity and compliance areas are changing very quickly. If you went to school just a few years ago - your experience might already be out of date. Stay current on the latest trends and how you can know what to do when.  


Learning through experience is an ideal way to solidify your learning and better understand the concepts behind secure coding, firewall installation, DMARC and DKIM settings, and how to best train other employees. 

Quotes from the Community

Be part of the growing Cyber Community in the Inland Northwest
Heather Stratford - Drip7

Our mission at INCH360 is to create a space where cybersecurity and compliance professionals of all levels can come together to share knowledge, collaborate, and communicate about resources, ...

Brant Borchert - Multicare

Cybersecurity is a team sport, and we can only win together. INCH360 provides the forum for Spokane area thought leaders and practitioners to come together with subject matter experts to educate ...

Bryan Yamanaka - Arkangelos

Spokane is quickly becoming a hub for technology and developing talent in higher education programs. INCH360 is building a community to foster greater collaboration, sharing of ideas, and ...

Photo / Video Policy

Our meetings and conferences will occasionally have photos of speakers or general audience photography. Please be aware that these events are public events and if you prefer to not be in the photography please let the photographer know at that time. 


By attending INCH360's general public meetings you are implicitly giving permission for general photography, not for commercial use, but by INCH360 in promoting similar events.

Code of Conduct

INCH360 strives to create an environment that encourages the free and open sharing of ideas. 


We’ve created a home at INCH360 and have invited you all inside to be inspired and educated. It is impossible to keep the free and open sharing of ideas without risking someone getting their feelings hurt or toes stepped on. We don’t expect adult and professional behavior at all times; a little mischief can be fun. We do, however, expect you to be respectful of our virtual and physical space and that of our other invited guests. In addition to our physical meetings and conferences, this environment touches a number of online forums including, but not limited to, YouTube, Podcasts and the INCH360.org website.


We have ZERO TOLERANCE for harassment of any kind, be it physical, verbal, or sexual. We define harassment as any unwanted or offensive online or in person communication or behavior.


If someone is engaging with you in a way that makes you afraid or uncomfortable during an in-person event, please inform a member of our team or a staff member of the venue. They are trained in following an escalation path and will help determine the next steps for you to feel safe and ensure your concerns are promptly addressed.


In the end it is the responsibility of us, the organizers of INCH360, to define bad behavior. If you are engaging in bad behavior (e.g. heckling or haranguing speakers, or violating the photo policy), you will be given a warning that your behavior is not acceptable. If you continue, you will be asked to leave or, if the behavior is particularly egregious, you may be immediately ejected from the meeting conference and proper authorities notified. In an online forum, you will be removed from and/or blocked from the format in which the bad behavior was committed.


For online infractions, you will receive one warning from INCH360 staff. Upon a second infraction you will receive a temporary ban from INCH360’s online presence.