June 2017 marks the 20th Annual New York State Cyber Security Conference and 12th Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA) and we invite you to join us for this nationally recognized event. Hosted by the New York State Office of Information Technology Services, in partnership with the University at Albany's School of Business, and The New York State Forum, Inc., the event takes place June 7 and 8 in Albany, N.Y., with pre-conference training opportunities on June 6. The conference is part of a statewide effort to boost cyber security awareness and empower state and local governments, academia, organizations and citizens to take better control of their digital security.
New York State is a recognized leader in the field of cyber security and Governor Andrew M. Cuomo remains committed to putting systems and practices into place that protect New York’s critical assets prevent debilitating problems, and keep New Yorkers safe from cyber threats.
2017 marks a milestone for New York State, as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary of the Annual Cyber Security Conference. The past 20 years has seen a remarkable evolution in the field of cyber security. Technology's increasing sophistication has driven new trends in device mobility, social media, and expanded connectivity. However, new challenges arise alongside growth, and increasing technological exposure. Countering these risks remains the responsibility of both the public and private sectors and we must continue to remain active to combat these issues.
This year's conference examines the broad range of today's cyber challenges and the ways in which organizations can improve security, and create resiliency against cyber threats. The conference offers something for everyone--whether you're a technology user, IT professional, government employee, or business owner. Join more than 1,200 of your colleagues from the public and private sectors who attend this conference. Learn from leading experts in the industry and participate in engaging sessions that provide real-world information you can apply immediately in minimizing the cyber risks in your own environment.
If you have any questions please contact the NYS Office of Information Technology Services at firstname.lastname@example.org