SOURCE Boston is a security conference that brings security professionals and business leaders together, sails into the Boston’s Seaport Hotel April 21-23, 2010.
The event is designed to discuss security trends from multiple vantage points while fostering a community of learning for senior and top-level executives, company chief officers (e.g., CTOs, CSOs), security professionals, advanced IT professionals, faculty and students from colleges and universities, members of management and business communities who are looking to connect with security and technology experts.
Mary Ann Davidson, CSO of Oracle, Christopher Young, SVP at RSA, and Andy Purdy, former national cybersecurity czar will, and HD Moore, CSO at Rapid7 and Chief Architect, Metasploit, provide the keynote addresses. Session speakers include famed security researchers such as Dino Dai Zovi, Jake Appelbaum, Moxie Marlinspike, as well experts from CISCO, Boeing, Microsoft, RSA, PayPal, MITRE, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
“SOURCE distinguishes itself by being an intimate event where attendees can interact one-on-one with some of the top security experts in the world,” said Stacy Thayer, founder and executive director of SOURCE Conferences. “In this way, we help bridge the gap between technical excellence and business acumen within the security industry.
By popular demand, SOURCE Boston will once again feature a security startup competition. Security related companies that have been in business for three years or less compete for a spot to pitch their start-up and business plan in front of a panel of industry experts for a cash prize.