Top 10 reasons to register for HP Protect 2013

 

There were about 800 reasons (attendees) for attending the HP Protect’12 events. We are anticipating more than 1,000 security professionals to attend HP Protect 2013 this year starting September 16, 2013. Need more reasons?

 

Here are my top 10 reasons:

 

  • Biggest security conference in Washington, D.C: Meet and greet 1,000+ security experts from Federal customers from US Army, US Navy, IRS, FBI, CIA, Homeland, TSA, and enterprise businesses.
  • Visit the Security Operation Center (SOC) that shows all products, solutions, services, integrated with multiple use cases in IT security, risk, compliance, operations, and analytics in one booth
  • Keynote speeches from security experts on real-world security analytics and intelligence solutions that include security solution for big data, cloud, mobility, and threat research
  • 100+ technical, deep, advanced sessions on best practices and use cases on security analytics
  • 40+ Turbo Talks on deep-dive use-case driven technical discussion on niche customer problems that HP has solved in the recent years
  • 15+ customer sessions on how some of these top Federal and Fortune 500 customers are using HP Enterprise Security products and solutions to combat cycbe-threats
  • Network and meet with HP’s product management people to understand product updates, roadmaps, customer advisory boards, technical advisory boards, etc.
  • Guru Bar, support bar, education bar, services bar to ask specific questions on your business and technical problems
  • Catch up on ‘Train’ the music band for mixing business and pleasure
  • Visit 20+ free best museums in the world, and catch up with some of the best food in downtown

Watch the personal invitation from the chief of HP Security Art Gilliland:

 

 

 

Register for the event here.

 

 

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