NY Tech Summit to educate IT professionals on cyber security

NY Tech Summit to educate IT professionals on cyber security

Posted on 05/17/2017

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – A cyber security panel discussion, networking sessions, hot topics, and educational sessions  focusing on the latest technological trends and challenges all shape the agenda for IT professionals attending the 13th annual NY Tech Summit, June 7-9 at Turning Stone Resort and Casino.

Integrating technology awareness into a company’s cyber security plan can be a challenge for most organizations. Panel members will address how they have successfully engaged their organizations and clients to join the cyber security culture. Lessons learned and organizational development opportunities, such as “Using Common Sense” for non-IT partners, will also be covered and open for discussion. Learn more here.

There will be several opportunities to network with hundreds of IT professionals at this year’s Tech Summit.

According to Peter Belyea, president of the event’s presenting sponsors, TERACAI and CXtec, “Our attendees get the opportunity to take part in one-on-one interactions with industry-leading IT manufacturers and solution providers. These face-to-face networking and relationship-building opportunities have proven to deliver valuable connections for IT professionals within our industry.”

This year’s NY Tech Summit will also focus on four hot topics during its pre-conference workshops: corporate awareness, cloud strategies, IT evolution, and transformational leadership. These hot topics will help guide an IT professional’s organization in the right direction as it works to face common challenges in the IT world.

Additional educational opportunities for IT professionals on June 8 and 9 of the NY Tech Summit include:

  • 35 educational sessions on topics including: corporate awareness, cloud strategies, IT evolution, transformational leadership, and several roundtable discussions about current and emerging technologies, case studies and industry trends presented by practicing IT professionals, industry experts and thought leaders.
  • Keynote speaker Jeff Havens, corporate comedian and trainer, will deliver the keynote address on June 7. Havens’ hilarious and powerful keynote address, Uncrapify Your Life!, will help attendees achieve success in leadership, customer service, communication, and corporate culture. He will share the three-step process, which innovation throughout all of human history has inevitably followed, as well as other high-quality educational lessons in an undeniably entertaining way.
  • An exhibit floor of more than 30 vendors including the Tech Sandbox where IT professionals can learn, network, and gain hands-on experience with similar people in their industry.


Attendees have two registration options. There is a two-day pass on June 8-9 for $595. There is a new Conference Admission & Workshop Bundle, including 2 pre-conference workshops on June 7 and access to all events on June 8 and 9, for only $695.

To register for NY Tech Summit, visit https://www.nytechsummit.com/index.cfm/attend/.


About NY Tech Summit

NY Tech Summit is an educational event for IT and business professionals focused on technologies that drive business value. The event provides classroom sessions with experienced industry speakers, an extensive tradeshow, and several networking opportunities. Topics to be covered include corporate awareness, cloud strategies, IT evolution, and transformational leadership. The 13th annual NY Tech Summit will be held June 7-9, 2017 at Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, N.Y. For more information, visit www.nytechsummit.com.


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Contact: Pat Spadafore, NY Tech Summit

315-440-9177 (cell) 315-883-3874 (office)





We have come to NY Tech Summit for four years now and my team and I get a good variety of technical, business, and strategic sessions to complement our work objectives. I like that there is a balance of end users, consultants, and vendors to present and facilitate the sessions. The interaction is candid and engaging, but not a sales pitch. Being a regional conference helps, it is the right amount of time and location for a couple days to reenergize my team and refocus on our objectives. There seems to be quite a bit of peer discussion with a smaller conference, which I like.

- Randy
Director of IT