Nov 07

Washington, DC

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

It's one of today's biggest IT challenges The tools that enable global connections also expose us to dangerous, complex new risks. So, how can government agencies unlock their infrastructure and open up opportunities to collaborate across jurisdictions, with other countries, with the private sector, and most importantly, with their citizen constituents? Can they do so and still protect their sensitive information? These are significant hurdles, but it's an election year – a time to think big The day after the election, join the leading government IT security and management professionals at the Symantec Government Symposium to discuss the road ahead for government IT and your cyber initiatives. Together, we can learn how to tear down information-sharing boundaries, optimize security, and empower technology innovation. Navigate the threat landscape and build your cyber defense Ace IT Economics. Harness big data. Keep your finger on the pulse of IT security policy and legislation. Optimize tactical security. Connect on strategies to manage the mobile device onslaught. Learn how to empower and educate your employees. Join your government colleagues, Symantec, and a host of leading IT organizations at the Symantec Government Symposium. We'll share best practices so you can reach new heights in security, efficiency, and collaboration.

Registration Opens: 03/01/2012 Cost: Government - $0/Non-Government - $195

Contact Name: Lacy Cooper

ph: (540) 364-5913 email: lcooper@okco.com

Company Info:

Symantec


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