by Ben Tomhave | March 27, 2014 | Comments Off on Where I’ll Be: Spring/Summer 2014 Events
A quick post… I’ll be traveling a bit this Spring and Summer to speak at a number of events. For non-Gartner events, we’re actively looking for GTP sales opportunities, so if you’ve been thinking about getting a subscription to Gartner for Technical Professionals, this could be your chance to meet face-to-face to discuss! For Gartner events, I will be available for 1-on-1s, as well as sales support as needed.
Here’s what I have scheduled through August:
- Infosec World by MIS Training Institute, Orlando, April 7-9
- Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference (RMISC), Denver, May 14-15 (I’ll be in Omaha May 12th and available all day in Denver on May 13th)
- RVAsec, Richmond, VA, June 5-6
- Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2014, National Harbor, MD, June 23-26
- Gartner Catalyst Conference, San Diego, August 11-14
Please drop me a note if you’ll be at any of these events and we can arrange to meet-up. Also, if you’re interested in exploring a GTP subscription, please contact us and a sales rep will reach out to help coordinate. We love meeting with clients!
Hope to see you soon!
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