IT Security Entrepreneurs' Forum (ITSEF 2013)

Innovate - Inspire - Engage...

March 19, 2013 ITSEF Workshops
March 20, 2013 IT Security Entrepreneurs' Forum
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Supported by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Science and Technology

This is the forum where early stage and emerging growth companies and executives from both industry and government meet in one collegial setting. Please join us as we advance innovation, lead change and build trusted global communities of interest and trust between the public and private sectors at the 7th annual ITSEF. SINET Events do not sell speaking spots or vendor booths. This principal allows us to foster a culture of mission, trust and purpose. An environment where buyers, builders, researchers and investors are here for a common goal to advance innovation and a desire to help one another. Be part of SINET's signature high brand reception on March 20, 2013

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Enhance Your Role in the Cybersecurity Ecosystem:

  • Learn the needs, requirements of the Federal Government and the direction they are headed
  • Increase your awareness of innovative high growth companies
  • Be part of the solution and join the SINET Community of Interest & Trust at ITSEF
  • Participate in One-on-Ones with representatives from US Cyber Command and Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC)
  • Meet one-on-one with Venture Capitalists and Investment Bankers
  • Meet the ecosystem of the entrepreneur: buyers, builders, researchers & investors all in one setting

Topics to be Presented On:

  • Technology will Help us Solve Humanity's Grand Challenges, but What About the Risks
  • Active Cyber Defenses: Defining Private and Public Sector Roles
  • Commercializing Government Funded Technologies
  • What Technologies is the Government Looking for and How Does My Firm Respond
  • The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence: Engineering and Advances in Cybersecurity
  • How Successful Security Companies Entered the Federal Market and How their Success Affected their Eventual Exit
  • Security and Privacy in Big Tech Trends
  • What's Up - What's Down for 2013, Where will the Cybersecurity Budget Win and Where will it Lose

What We Do:

  • ITSEF is the only Cybersecurity forum of its kind designed to build communities of interest and trust between the Federal Government, system integration, private industry, innovation, venture capital, investment bank, academic, science, policy and entrepreneurial entities
  • Lead change and foster open innovation models
  • Provide collaborative environments that accelerate small business growth
  • Increase awareness of best-of-class technologies, people, and diverse organizations
  • Leader in the advancement of innovation within the cyber security domain
  • Provide strategic advice on how to build global public private partnership models
  • Connect global builders, buyers, investors and researchers

For more information please contact Barbara Connolly: bconnolly@security-innovation.org

Contact Information
For sponsor information please contact mmonahan@security-innovation.org
For general event information please contact bconnolly@security-innovation.org