The Security of Things™ Forum (SECoT) is a platform for high-value education and networking with industry professionals in an intimate setting. SECoT Forum is ideal for networking, idea sharing and collaboration. Here are a few of many ways becoming a SECoT sponsor delivers value to your organization. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
You can learn more about sponsoring our event below, or by downloading our Sponsor’s Brochure.
The SECoT 2016 Forum draws a high-caliber audience of C-level executives and information security professionals from industries including financial services, technology, healthcare, academia and government. Your sponsorship of SECoT 2016 grants you direct access to our attendees at the event and our full attendee list – a fantastic source for lead development throughout the year.
SECoT 2016 sponsorships come with a range of options for presenting your brand to attendees and an expanded online audience, including: acknowledgment on print and online promotional materials; visibility on event signage; exhibit space in high-traffic areas; branded podcasts; and webcasts timed to coincide with our 2016 Forums.
ACCESS TO IOT EXPERTS AND INFLUENCERS
SECoT 2016 provides sponsors the opportunity to engage directly with attendees, speakers, as well as other sponsors, making for a great networking and business development opportunity.
SECoT 2016 sponsors can choose from a list of great opportunities to engage with attendees. In addition to exhibit space in high-traffic areas, sponsors have the opportunity for direct exposure to attendees, offering subject experts and executives to participate in or lead panel discussions, stand-alone long-form or “turbo talks,” as well as networking events.
The SECoT Forum generates substantial interest amongst mainstream media outlets and the technology press. We feature thought leaders in government, industry, and academia, as well as cutting-edge researchers and information security experts. Past events have drawn reporters from leading news outlets including: Reuters, CNET, The Boston Globe and Computerworld.