Six Focused Executive Roundtables
Six Focused Executive Roundtables
Fast- paced and provocative
Signature receptions and networking
Exclusive Attendance: 200 Registrations
(by invitation, limited open registration begins October 1)
Linda Carr, President and CEO, TMR
Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association and CES
Dr. Barry West on CESG 2017
Sessions, Plenary, Receptions, Activities
Government and military leaders, policymakers, industry executives and SMEs will share perspectives and discuss technology and mission, acquisition, innovation and funding, and of course, the security of IT all.
Data and information leaks damage national security and weaken our intelligence apparatus. Government and industry experts will discuss and exchange views on the technical and management challenges, best practice technologies and strategies, and the evolving policy framework that girds our national security and intelligence apparatus.
Energy and communications drive every commercial and government operation, and these sectors are in constant transformation as new technologies are introduced to harness and manage energy, and provide dramatic changes in the way citizens, industry and government at all levels communicate. Energy and communications executives will engage government policy and regulatory leaders on a range of issues vital to thee sectors.
Is it even possible to protect our data? Our infrastructure? If so, then how and for how long? At what cost? What are the liabilities of individuals, companies and governments? Are laws, enforcement and prosecution adequate? These are among the many questions delegates and speakers can expect to explore throughout CES Government, as cyber stands as the first-tier threat on the minds of every business and mission leader of every enterprise of every size.
Congress is mired in confusion over the government’s role in health care. The CESG 2018 program will focus on what can be done to improve care and lower costs through smart technology applications. Expect roundtable and plenary discussions on fraud detection, the IoT and its impact on health care management, the exploding impact of advanced analytics and machine learning, and ever-present issues of data security.
Technology, communications, security, innovation all will be featured as homeland security and law enforcement professionals gather throughout CESG to discuss such issues as the new FirstNet national first responders network, information sharing, the delicate balance between privacy and the need for information, body worn technologies.
Autonomous driving, intelligent transportation on air, water and land, and the massive computing power and management these demand together represent the most disruptive forces in American and global economies. From policy guidance and promulgation, to major social questions, to the massive management and technical challenges, policymakers, futurists, transportation industry executives and government/industry professionals will share ideas and direction in this most explosive area of technology and innovation – also a major focus of and throughout CES.
January 9 – 12
Leaders in Technology Dinner (GBEF members and guests)
CESG Registration Opens
CESG 2018 Golf Tournament
CES Government 2018 Opening Reception
CESG Speakers’ Dinner (GBEF members and guests)
CESG 2018 Plenary Session
CESG 2018 Speakers’ Reception
CESG 2018 Boardrooms
CESG 2018 Adjourns