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The 2018 Cybersecurity Horizon: Trends, Predictions, and Solutions
• What we'll do NOTE: RSVPs here won't get you in the door. You will need to register for a ticket at https://mobilesecurity2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=SFNT The 2018 Cybersecurity Horizon: Trends, Predictions, and Solutions 2018 will mark a daunting year for cybersecurity — and especially for mobile security, since hackers are increasingly targeting smart phones. As cyber attacks reach unprecedented scale and sophistication, from financial attacks to ransomware or even social attacks, what are the implications for tech founders? On January 29, we're pleased to host tech startup founder and cybersecurity veteran Marco DeMello to share his predictions for cybersecurity in 2018. Marco will draw from his decades of experience protecting desktop and mobile devices from threats — first at Microsoft, where he worked with Bill Gates directly, and now as the founder and CEO of PSafe Technology — to shed some light into the cybersecurity horizon in 2018, threats and opportunities fellow founders should be aware of, and steps you will want to take to protect your company and users. We will open the discussion up to the audience, so please bring your questions for Marco! DATE AND TIME: Mon, January 29, 2018 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PST LOCATION: RocketSpace 180 Sansome Street - Floor 3 San Francisco, CA 94104 AGENDA: 5:30 - 6:00 pm | Happy (Half) Hour 6:00 - 6:30 pm | Talk 6:30 - 7:00 pm | Audience Q&A 7:00 - 7:30 pm | Networking REGISTRATION: https://mobilesecurity2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=SFNT • What to bring • Important to know Register @ https://mobilesecurity2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=SFNT

RocketSpace

180 Sansome St. · San Francisco, CA

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Monthly event to discuss and show-and-tell new technology: Web 2.0 to Nanotech, Digital content to video games. Cool new tech. Geeks, inventors, new companies with cool products and ANYONE curious about new tech is welcome.

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Here's what folks say about SF New Tech:

“SF New Tech is the best place in San Francisco to launch, meet or recruit for young tech companies.” – Lars Leckie, Partner, Hummer Winblad

“SF New Tech is a great environment to meet the movers and shakers in the startup community. Being a Friend of New Tech gives us the exposure we want in order to highlight our expertise in advising entrepreneurs and their companies. In addition, it allows us to meet other like minded resource partners that also specialize in working with startups and their founders.” – John Lin, Wealth Manager, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

“SF New Tech is the Daddy of all tech events in San Francisco. Where laid trails many have followed.” – Duncan Logan, CEO & Founder, RocketSpace, Inc.

“SF New Tech is a great place to meet entrepreneurs and to be part of the exciting enterprise of the launch of new businesses and even whole new markets. I always discover something new and surprising at each event and meet new and interesting people from all over the world.” – Matt Perez, COO & Co-founder, Nearsoft, Inc

“SF New Tech is the best opportunity for my firm to reach out and become part of an established new tech community. It’s the real deal … interesting people, interesting companies and a great platform for me to grow my business.” – Kevin Waldron, CEO, Waldron Consulting Group

SF New Tech is the “Place to see and be seen… One of the best shows in town.” — John Katsaros, Analyst, Internet Research Group

“SF New Tech is a networking event in which the -next big thing- in web developments meets the audience looking out for the hot new tip.” — BBC News

“SF New Tech is a fun factory for serious entrepreneurs… an event which brings together hot startups, aspiring startups, and the groupies who love them. Add a little booze and an industrial-design bar venue, and you have a gathering which transcends a business event, and becomes a monthly destination for the hip in high-tech” — SF Examiner

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