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WIT Connect: The Internet of Things – New Opportunities, New Risks

Bob Gourley

Women In Technology Presents:
WIT Connect: The Internet of Things - New Opportunities, New Risks
Thursday, October 20, 2016
6:00-8:30 PM
Tegna/Gannett Building
7950 Jones Branch Drive, McLean VA
The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating unprecedented opportunities for business innovation and personal convenience. Connected devices seem to be everywhere and are impacting our lives on a daily basis, changing everything from the way we deliver healthcare and track fitness, to heating our homes and receiving in-home entertainment, to running our manufacturing facilities and other critical infrastructure.

Interested in how interconnected devices and data will change your life and your business?

Wondering about the opportunities that they present, and are cautious about the risks they open?

Join Women in Technology for an in-depth discussion of the Risks and Opportunities presented by the Internet of Things in our increasingly interconnected world.

Register here: Internet of Things WiT.Connect Registration

Laurie Wiggins, Founder of Sysenex, will moderate the discussion. She will be joined from experts across five key industries:

  • Aaron Black, Director of Informatics for the Inova Translational Medicine Institute
  • Stephanie Ellenberg, Associate VP of Product Development for AT&T
  • Brandy Goolsby, Driver Assist Technology/Vehicle-to-X Connectivity Strategy & Planning specialist at Ford Motor Company
  • Thomas McDermott, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber Policy of DHS NCCIC
  • Camille Tuutti, Executive Editor of Nextgov

 

 

 

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Bob Gourley writes on enterprise IT. He is a founder and partner at Cognitio Corp and publsher of CTOvision.com