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Data Connectors Phoenix Virtual Cybersecurity Summit

April 29

Since 1999, Data Connectors has facilitated collaboration between senior cybersecurity professionals, government/law enforcement agencies, industry luminaries, and solution providers. Today, the community comprises over 650,000 members and 250 active vendor partners across North America. Members enjoy informative education, networking, and support via virtual summits, live conferences, Web Briefings, and regular communications.

Stay engaged, connected, and ahead of industry trends from your own remote working environment. This event is a new way to connect with like-minded executives, innovative solutions providers, experts, and luminaries. With a shared interest in security innovation in the region, summit attendees have a lot to talk about in the live, immersive virtual experience.

Speakers include subject matter experts who normally fill the halls of innovative solution providers to the event host’s CISO Panelist Execs, and a keynote presentation led by Jay Cline, U.S. Privacy Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Each presentation will run about 20 or so minutes, and you can ask questions via the electronic Q&A feature at any time during the presentation. Aside from the presenters themselves, the virtual format allows us to have moderators from the same group looking at key questions that come in, so they can answer you in real-time.

You can also check out the vendor partners that share the solution showcase. They have taken the time to flesh out their virtual booth environments with the latest information via presentations, datasheets, summaries, and materials that will be useful to you.

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Notice: This event may be hosted by a third party not associated with the government. This event listing does not represent an endorsement of the event by the federal government, DoD, DTIC or the CSIAC prime contractor.
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