Lightning Talks

We’ve added a brand-new opportunity for you to see the newest, cutting-edge technologies, and extraordinary services right in front of your eyes.

These aren't your normal, run-of-the-mill presentations -- these are happening in real time, on the exhibitor floor, so you can interact and hear first-hand from industry-leading speakers.

Lightning talks are focused, 15-minute presentations, designed for you to be able to walk from exhibit to speaker with ease, and not miss a single second of tech-knowledge.

As you are strolling from company to company, learning how innovative technology can help drive your business success, you stop for a moment at a "Lightning Talk" stage set up right next to the exhibitors, with a speaker you can interact with.

Nothing compares to seeing new technology firsthand with in-depth descriptions – having the opportunity to explore its capabilities and ask your questions on demand.

Why not be one of the attendees to benefit from this ground-breaking offer?

Register for NY Tech Summit here, today, and take part in this new and exciting feature!

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Speaker: herman garcia
Thursday 8:30am

Sophos, INC

Speaker: chris giuliano and ron anderson
Thursday 8:50am


Speaker: brennan umsted
Thursday 9:10am


Speaker: sean m miller
Thursday 1:20pm


Speaker: david angel
Thursday 1:40pm

Vertek Cyber

Speaker: chris ackley
Thursday 5:50pm


Speaker: kate malagodi
Thursday 6:10pm

GreyCastle Security

Speaker: paul robinson
Friday 8:40am


Speaker: gil brouillette
Friday 9:00am



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