11 Annual Black CIO Government Technology
& Steam Education Conference 2023
October 26th, 2023
Establish Pennsylvania Cybersecurity commission
Cybersecurity and infrastructure & Regional Locations
Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus on the Hill
Stream Pathway to the Future with Technology HBCU
Stream Programing in Historic HBCU
FIRST NATIONAL CIO GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
Cybersecurity & Ransomware
Data security is the top concern for CIOs. This session consist of an overview of the latest hacker trends, data targets and system breaches. Emerging technologies that can quickly identify and stop security breaches are also a part of this session.
As more companies migrate to cloud and virtual computing solutions some fundamental challenges exist. This session will evaluate current trends in cloud service offerings and discuss the issues that come with operating in cloud hosted environments.
STEM Education is the key to creating a workforce that can take advantage of jobs created by technology. This session will focus on cost, career earning potential and skill-sets needs to support and grow emerging technologies. And the growth to prepare the change of tomorrow technology for our new Tech. students.
A Full Day of Powerful Sessions
The Global, CIO Government Technology will bring together leading CIOs, CISOs, and Business professionals and government IT executives from across the U.S. and global to confront and overcome current industry issues, cybersecurity, education, and cloud computing. This event will explore critical topics and challenges currently impacting government and business agencies, and emerging technologies that will resolve the issues.
The goal of the Global CIO Government Technology Conference is to create an Global Smart City environment for public and private sector executives can explore IT challenges and identify strategies to address short, medium and long term goals.
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