The Gaming Technology Forum is moving to November 3 – 5, 2014!

The Gaming Technology Forum is moving to November 3 – 5, 2014!
 

 We all agree there are too many conferences in the spring, so we’re moving our dates and introducing a host of new features and speakers!
 
Tired of hearing the same old presenters talk about the same old topics?  Well, the Gaming Technology Forum is shaking things up!  We’re bringing you speakers who have real insight into the technology issues you’re facing and the trends that are coming your way.
 
Here’s a sneak peek: Our first keynote speaker is Curtis Levinson, the U.S. Cyber Defense Adviser to NATO.
 
Curtis was selected by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) to represent the United States as the sole advisory subject matter expert on cyber defense for the IRCSG (Industrial Resources and Communications Services Group). This group falls under NATO’s Civil-Military Planning and Support Section, which is essential to the alliance’s common defense and security.

He serves as the U.S. technical adviser to provide guidance to the NATO IRCSG on cyber issues and specific NATO-related electronic communications vulnerabilities, threats and remediation.

Additionally, Curtis serves as the U.S. member of the NATO Joint Cyber Response Team and, during times of crisis, can be mobilized and deployed to forward positions as required.  Curtis has served with distinction for two sitting Presidents of the United States, two Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Chief Justice of the United States.

So when it comes to cyber-security and cyber-defense, Curtis isn’t an expert, he’s the expert!

More conference and registration details coming soon!