The Federal Business Council, Inc. has partnered with Pittsburgh-based PR Solutions LLC to develop the fifth annual CyberMaryland Conference agenda. The event, scheduled for October 28 – 29 at the Baltimore Convention Center, is a global gathering of cyber security entrepreneurs, investors, academics, students, enterprises and government officials. The conference, which has attracted thousands of attendees over the years, provides a unique opportunity for Maryland to demonstrate its natural leadership in the fields of information technology and cyber security.
“The security and protection of data have become a vital part of our lives,” said Michelle Jackson, CEO of PR Solutions. “New threats are rapidly emerging and innovative tools for protecting our information are hitting the marketplace daily. Collaborative events like the CyberMaryland Conference play an important role in bringing public and private leaders together to help bridge the gap in information sharing.”
Jackson was the Agenda Coordinator for the event in 2013 on behalf of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and led the State’s international business competition for the last three years. Now, as a small business owner, she continues her relationship with Maryland’s business community.
“Maryland is a hub of cyber innovation,” said Jackson. “I am excited about this opportunity and look forward to starting the process of finding the best and brightest cyber-minds. My goal is to create an informative and educational event.” To do this, Jackson is working with the Federal Business Council to recruit speakers between now and June 15th. To be considered, complete the Call for Speakers proposal or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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