SOURCE: Government Executive Media Group
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - August 22, 2013) - Mike Janke will keynote Nextgov Prime, the premier event convening federal leaders to explore the future of technology and government, on October 15th-16th in Washington, D.C., announced the event's producer Government Executive Media Group.
As CEO of Silent Circle, the world's leading global encrypted communications firm, Janke oversees the management and international growth of its private encrypted communications network and software. A former Navy SEAL, Janke is a noted privacy advocate and speaks around the world on privacy and policy as it affects individuals' rights to secure communications. In his keynote address for Nextgov Prime on October 16, Janke will join leading cyber and intelligence journalist Shane Harris to discuss the prioritization of U.S. intelligence gathering at its intersection with citizens' rights to privacy.
Over 500 senior federal decision makers will convene at Nextgov Prime to explore the latest insights and ideas on how they can harness technology to improve operational efficiency and better serve their agency mission. Topics for discussion include: Efficient IT, Big Data, Security, Collaboration and Mobility.
Fueled by the #1 federal technology web site* and a pre-qualified, invitation-only federal audience, Nextgov Prime will be the most powerful gathering of federal technology purchase influencers in the market.
For more information on Nextgov Prime and to request an invitation, please visit Nextgov.com/prime.
Nextgov is the #1 federal technology resource, engaging more federal technology decision makers on a daily basis than any other website dedicated to federal IT.* Nextgov's mission is to lead the national discussion about how technology and innovation can transform the way government operates and serves citizens. Nextgov seeks to enable senior decision making teams, comprised of technology and program leaders, to learn about and evaluate emerging technologies and transform government. Visit Nextgov.com.
*Federal Media and Marketing Study, Market Connections, Inc., 2013.
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