Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum (CSTTF)

August 24-25, 2016 | USA

The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) – Colorado Springs Chapter and FBC, Inc. will once again co-host the 6th Annual Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum (CSTTF). CSTTF is set to convene from Wednesday August 24th to Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Spotlight

Since the first censuses were taken and crop yields recorded in ancient times, data col-lection and analysis have been essential to improving the functioning of society. Founda-tional work in calculus, probability theory, and statistics in the 17th and 18th centuries provided an array of new tools used by scientists to more precisely predict the move-ments of the sun and stars and determine population-wide rates of crime, marriage, and suicide. These tools often led to stunning advances. In the 1800s, Dr. John Snow used early modern data science to map cholera “clusters” in London. By tracing to a contami-nated public well a disease that was widely thought to be caused by “miasmatic” air, Snow helped lay the foundation for the germ theory of disease.


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Uganda UK Trade and Investment Convention

September 11-11, 2021 | UK

The forum brings together experts, high profile business and government delegates from Uganda and UK, business leaders, Ugandans in the Diaspora, professionals and representatives from prominent organisations based in Uganda, the UK and beyond. The virtual event will feature a fantastic line up of distinguished Speakers and Panelists from diverse businesses and organizations, including Keynote Remarks by Rt. Hon. Robinah Nabbanja- Prime Minister of Uganda and Leader of Government Business in Parliament, Ambassador Ms Kate Airey OBE- British High Commissioner to Uganda (TBC), H.E Amb. Julius Peter Moto (Uganda's High Commissioner to UK), Mr. Robert Mukiza - Director General Uganda Investment Authority, Subhash Thakrar (former Chair of the London Chamber of Commerce), Eric Olanya (Head of Trade, DIT, British High Commission in Kampala) and many more speakers will share how they have taken a regular company from obscurity to massive success.

Alabama Virtual Digital Government Summit 2021

July 13-13, 2021 | USA

Government Technology's passion is promoting best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector – more important than ever in challenging times like these. The Virtual Digital Government Summit offers a unique opportunity to explore a variety of technology topics and possibilities. Please join us for a day of powerful sessions that provide inspiration, participation, education, and thought-provocation! The conference is presented in a virtual format on Zoom for Government, a FedRAMP-certified infrastructure with advanced security controls, that is used for meetings and webinars by the Department of Homeland Security and numerous other federal, state and local agencies.

Bay Area Virtual Digital Government Summit

July 7-7, 2021 | USA

Bay Area Virtual Digital Government Summit is promoting best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector more important than ever in challenging times like these. Please join us for a powerful series of sessions that provide inspiration, participation, education, and thought-provocation. It will cover areas like How the Crisis Has Changed Us, Framework for the Near Future, and Dawn of a New Decade.

Experience 21

May 18-20, 2021 | USA

At Experience 2021, you’ll reimagine what’s possible — and see firsthand what it means to co-create a better experience with agility and speed. Listen to expert sessions from the people who are transforming customer and employee experience as we know it. Join the conversation with other experience changemakers in a private online community unlike anything you’ve seen before.

Spotlight

Since the first censuses were taken and crop yields recorded in ancient times, data col-lection and analysis have been essential to improving the functioning of society. Founda-tional work in calculus, probability theory, and statistics in the 17th and 18th centuries provided an array of new tools used by scientists to more precisely predict the move-ments of the sun and stars and determine population-wide rates of crime, marriage, and suicide. These tools often led to stunning advances. In the 1800s, Dr. John Snow used early modern data science to map cholera “clusters” in London. By tracing to a contami-nated public well a disease that was widely thought to be caused by “miasmatic” air, Snow helped lay the foundation for the germ theory of disease.

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