Sep 11 2017
Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Cybersecurity @EntForumCaltech @Caltech
 
Saturday – October 14, 2017
Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics
 
8:00 – 9:00 AM Coffee & Networking
9:00 – 11:15 AM Program
11:15 AM Networking, Continued
 
Almost daily, the media report incidents of malicious interference with computer systems, ranging from simple pranks, stealing personal data, industrial espionage, ransomware, and corrupting databases, all the way to disabling major utilities. There is clear demand for technologies that help detect, block, and recover from the effects all sorts of attacks. The October 2017 session of the Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum will be devoted to identifying entrepreneurial opportunities for providing tools to combat cyber threats. We will focus on market segments, what it takes to establish credibility as a small company, and what types of strategic alliances with larger companies can be used to overcome the challenges of starting and operating an emerging company capable of developing and selling leading edge security technology to large and potentially very conservative customers.
Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Stan Stahl, president of Citadel Information Group and SecureTheVillage. Dr. Stahl’s cybersecurity career extends from his in-the-trenches security engineering work nearly 40 years ago to protect our nuclear missile arsenal to his community leadership today creating cybersecurity culture. Dr. Stahl will give us an overview of cybersecurity from the perspective of the need different classes of buyers have for new cybersecurity products and services. After his talk, we will turn to a panel of entrepreneurs in this burgeoning field who will report their varying experiences and approaches to financing, developing and selling cybersecurity products.
 
Keynote Speaker
Stan Stahl, Ph.D.
President
Citadel Information Group and SecureTheVillage
 
 
Producers
Ira Moskatel
Counsel
Arnold & Porter Kay Scholer LLP


Stan Tomsic
Managing Director
Magna Point Group
Shaun P. Lee
Patent Attorney
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, LLP
 
General Admission
Advance Registration (General):  $30.00 prior to October 8th*
*Please Note: Registration increases to $35.00 week of event;
Registration at the door is $40.00 on a space-available basis.
 
Students
Advance Registration (Students): $15.00
Registration at door:  $25.00
Caltech Students are admitted free
*Note: All Students must show current valid ID or will be charged full price at door.
Free Parking Underground:  Right turn at signal on east side of Cahill (turn right at tennis courts); parking lot entrance 75 yards on right.
 
Bring plenty of business cards for networking! 
Drop one in the “networking list” basket at registration to be included in list distributed after the program.
 
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