By Bob Gourley
You know the Security Innovation Network (SINET), the virtuous community builder focused on promotion of innovation in cyber security.
One of the ways SINET helps move the community forward is by convening a yearly IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum (ITSEF). The 2014 ITSEF will be held 8-9 April 2014 at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley.
Here is what this event is all about:
IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum (ITSEF) — SINET’s flagship event — is designed to bridge the gap between the Federal Government and private industry. ITSEF provides a venue where entrepreneurs can meet and interact directly with leaders of government, business and the investment community in an open, collaborative environment focused on addressing the Cybersecurity challenge.
SINET is where the business of Cybersecurity takes place. It is the only organization of its kind designed to build communities of interest and trust within the entrepreneur’s ecosystem. And ITSEF is the environment that connects the entrepreneur with venture capital, investment banking, academia, science, legal and policy, system integration, business and government agencies, including the intelligence, military and civilian — all in one collegial setting.
The vital connections, networking and information sharing that occurs at ITSEF facilitates trust-based relationships and material deliverables, all for the common mission: to advance innovation, and enable global public and private sector partnership and collaboration to defeat Cybersecurity threats.
Please join us at the 8th-annual ITSEF as we foster open innovation models, collaboration and information sharing, and be a part of SINET’s global community of interest and trust. And don’t miss SINET’s signature reception after the forum on 9 April 2014; it’s sure to be memorable.
The list of speakers are absolutely amazing (see here). And attendees are true thought leaders that are always interesting to connect with.
Please check out the ITSEF and register today at: The 2014 ITSEF