The Second Annual Synergy Forum
The Convergence of Cyber, Big Data and Innovation
The Synergy Forum 2016 will be held on Tuesday, October 4, at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel. This full-day conference, hosted by Cognitio Corp., brings together industry and government practitioners and executives to discuss technology trends, innovation, and their impact on cybersecurity, in the context of enhancing enterprise and mission outcomes.
The Synergy Forum will examine topics ranging from investing in innovation to adopting the technology and process required to overcome legacy issues that inhibit progress, and consider how established companies and emerging technologies combine to yield new solutions to both novel and enduring challenges while improving the security of their data and their organizations.
We've got all the rockstars from our industry in one place just for you! With talks ranging from starting to work in the industry to expanding your skill set as an experienced user we have sessions for everyone!
The Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel is easily accessible by Metro, near Metro Center, Gallery Place, and Mount Vernon Square Metro stops. Parking located nearby.
Our event will take place October 4 from 7:15 am to 7:30 pm.
Breakfast, lunch and a snack will be included. Please come early for some extra networking! Registration begins at 7:15 am. Stay after 5:30 pm for more networking and live entertainment!
Cognitio is a strategic consulting and engineering firm established and managed by a team of former senior technology executives from the U.S. Intelligence Community. Our accomplished team has a track record of safeguarding some of the nation’s greatest secrets, equipping U.S. leadership with actionable intelligence that helps protect lives and driving technology innovation that has kept key agencies generations ahead of our adversaries. Cognitio leverages that vast knowledge to enable companies across disparate industries to effectively manage technology, maximize technology investments and reduce overall institutional risk.