Wyoming Big Data Conference
It seems like every week we’re hearing of another major corporation whose computer system has been infiltrated by hackers – with one of the most recent corporate victims being The Home Depot, who just announced their breach of data security last week. Cybersecurity is a major concern for everyone, and most of all to massive government agencies and large institutions.
This is the focus of the 4th annual technology conference held here in Sheridan next week. This conference draws the highest caliber of speakers and the most concerned attendees from all over the country. But the topic also directly affects even the smallest business owner and all consumers.
WYOMING BIG DATA CONFERENCE
Thursday, September 18, 2:30-8:00 pm &
Friday, September 19, 7:30 am to 3:00 pm (afternoon optional)
at The Loft, 201 Broadway
You’re invited to attend. The cost is $250, but reduced to $195 for members of Forward Sheridan and the Sheridan County Chamber. See www.wybigdata.com for more information, including the agenda, speakers, and registration form.
Sponsored and funded in part by Forward Sheridan, Neltje, Sheridan County Chamber, Ptolemy Data Systems, Sheridan Travel & Tourism, and Mila & Jay Stender.
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