In a world of exponentially developing technology, the importance of IT security and management is at an all-time high. Throw in the government, and the conversation becomes quite serious. For these reasons, the Symantec Government Symposium is one of the most relevant and important annual events in Washington DC. Drawing the most relevant government IT security and management professionals in the country, it’s an extraordinary event for anybody involved with the industry.
Information shared at the symposium will cover the latest technological advances in the ongoing battle to protect the nation from emerging security threats. It’s also an opportunity for professionals to share information and thoughts on practices for securing information and data. For a full day of thought-provoking conversation on the world of cybercrime and security, come out to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this April 15.
This expansive venue hosts Washington DC’s most prevalent functions, exhibitions, conferences and expos. Located right in the heart of the city at Mt. Vernon Place, the DC Convention Center is an easy commute for guests of the Graham Georgetown. Please visit the Walter E. Washington Convention Center site to learn more about other events at this extraordinary 2.3-million square foot meetings and events space.
This year’s event promises to be as relevant and important as possible. With the events that have taken place over the last year involving international cyber hackers from the Middle East and North Korea, along with the issues surrounding Edward Snowden and the NSA, conversations will be intense. The topics that will be covered at this year’s discussions include: The New IT, Data Optimization, Legislation and Policy, Cyber Front Lines and Securing Government.
To take part in this ultra-relevant conversation, head to the event website and pick up a ticket for this year’s symposium.
2015 Symantec Government Symposium
April 15, 2015
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001