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Our spring cyber event is coming together. We are happy to announce that Frank Sauer, former Deputy Assistant Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for Software and Technology, is a confirmed speaker. Frank will bring to the discussion that the current paradigm is outdated and the general approach is based on decades-old thinking.
Frank’s presentation will cover:
We plan to include experts to discuss the current direction of policy, adding perspectives such as:
This event will be an active discussion about the current landscape and the challenges institutions face in protecting themselves from Cyber attacks. If you are a leader of an organization, or are an entrepreneur who is developing solutions to enhance security, this is an event you will not want to miss!
Date: May 18th 5:30pm-9:00pm
Navy League Building
Ground Floor Conference Center
2300 Wilson Boulevard
Free street parking after 6:00 and paid parking available in the building.
There is an entrance to the building from Clarendon Blvd.
The MIT Enterprise Forum Washington DC Baltimore’s SPRING EVENT: CYBER-SECURITY
Despite all the money and effort(s) spent, the situation in regards to cyber attacks is getting worse- not better. I am happy to announce, Frank Sauer, former Deputy Assistant Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for Software and Technology, is a confirmed speaker. Frank will bring to the discussion that the current paradigm is outdated and the general approach is based on decades-old thinking. The current focus is solving the wrong problem with regards to cyber. We also take a look at the Information Age and how society is rapidly changing while institutions, set up for the industrial age, are reeling and collapsing, unable to handle technologies new paradigms.
ABOUT FRANK SAUER:
Frank Sauer’s background uniquely puts him in a position to take on these challenges. He has been an executive at three premier organizations arguably during their most influential periods: Xerox in the 1970’s, Apple in the 1980’s, and the FBI both before and after 9/11. He also holds both a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown and a masters from MIT.
While at the FBI, Sauer was the Deputy Assistant Director for Software and was also the first Program Executive for the FBI’s $600 million bureau-wide infrastructure upgrade of hardware, networking, and software as well as the Acting Unit Chief for the FBI’s nationwide DNA database effort, CODIS. Sauer is currently the founder and CEO of Outdo Inc, a Washington D.C.-based virtual think tank that is working on changing the entire paradigm of how we look at cyber security and computing.
We are currently shaping the event’s agenda, place (venue) and time (date). This event is planned on being an active discussion about the current landscape and the challenges institutions face in protecting themselves from Cyber attacks.
Stay tuned. I’ll post more here and on LinkedIn as soon as I can. This is an event you won’t want to miss.
We are rapidly moving into the Spring season and I am happy to announce that the MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington, DC and Baltimore is hard at work shaping our Spring program calendar. The next event looks like it will be focused on Cyber-security with a focus on innovation gaps and policy perhaps. I can’t share too many details as we are still building but we should be making a few announcements soon. Target dates are Mar 28-30 or Apr 4-6.
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington DC and Baltimore in collaboration with Startups Ignite is hosting Executive Leadership Through Storytelling with Executive Coach Ira Koretsky.
The impact of a good story is undeniable. Why? Stories are repeatable and help aid memory. They bring data to life by…
Through a proven framework, Executive Coach Ira Koretsky will challenge you to incorporate storytelling to be more effective and elevate your leadership style.
Participate in hands-on exercises and join us as we learn How Leaders use Stories to Lead.
In addition, we are doing One-on-One Office Hours with Venture Mentors: Doug Howard, Cynthia Traeger, and PJ Bellomo
Date: Jan 31st, 2017 @6pm
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice
8065 Leesburg Pike 2nd floor
Tysons Corner Va, 22182