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Cyber Security & Cloud Expo-North America

         

                                     13-14 November, 2019 

California 

 https://www.cybersecuritycloudexpo.com/northamerica/















The Cyber Security & Cloud Expo North America will arrive in Silicon Valley on the 13-14 Nov 2019

 

Presented in a series of top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions and solution-based case studies, the Cyber Security & Cloud Expo will explore the industries currently undergoing, and set to undergo, major disruption. These include financial services, healthcare, insurance, energy, government, automotive and more.

 

Co-located with IoT Tech Expo,  AI & Big Data Expo  and Blockchain Expo, the co-located exhibition provides a fantastic opportunity for networking and learning across the entire ecosystem.

 

Discount code: FORENSICS20


 
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