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October 02 - October 02
ColoradoBiz 5th Annual GenXYZ
Time: October 02: 5:00 pm - October 02: 9:00 pm
Location: Mile High Station - 2027 Old West Colfax Ave Denver, CO 80204
ColoradoBiz Magazine’s nationally recognized, 5th Annual GenXYZ Awards Event celebrates the Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals in Colorado and their impact on the state’s economy. Since its beginning in 2010, GenXYZ has been growing and has become extremely competitive. With nearly 300 nominations in 2014, the honor of being recognized as one of Colorado's Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals grows as well.
We look forward to sharing the surprise reveal of our Top 5 Winners during our awards program and invite guests to enjoy the networking, high energy crowd, food, music, photos, and giveaways that ColoradoBiz Magazine’s GenXYZ Awards Event offers! View photos from last year's GenXYZ event here!
PROGRAM (7:00pm): ColoradoBiz Magazine’s GenXYZ program recognizes outstanding Colorado business and community leaders between the ages of 21-39. Each finalist represents the diversity of Colorado and includes those who have had great accomplishments and made significant contributions to their businesses, industries, and communities.
PUBLICATION: The September/October 2014 issue of ColoradoBiz will feature the 25 Most Influential Young Professionals in Colorado Business. To order additional copies, contact Katie Feldhaus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ENTERTAINMENT: This awards event will gather young business professionals for cocktails, unique hors d’oeuvre stations, music, photobooth, and an awards ceremony.
Contact Daron Linton at email@example.com or 303.662.5256
Events for 09/17/2013
September 04, 2013 - November 08
Call for Entries - 5th Annual Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge
Time: 12:27 pm - 11:59 pm
Location: University of Northern Colorado
Northern Colorado’s real growth initiative just got better!
$50,000 in prize money + $25,000 in incubator services from UNC BizHub
First Place $25,000
Second Place $15,000
Third Place $10,000
Have you always dreamed of starting your own company but haven’t gotten around to writing a business plan? Or do you currently have a Stage One start up venture? Then don’t miss your opportunity to enter the Fifth Annual Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge because it's better than ever before! Not only does it offer one of the largest cash prizes in the state, but now our winners also share $25,000 of business incubator services from UNC BizHub, the new business incubator at the University of Northern Colorado.
The competition is open to Colorado-based start-up business ventures (companies that have begun business development, market research and product development but have not received payment for the sale of product or services.)
September 16, 2013 - September 18
Haskell for Programmers Workshop
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Location: DaVinci Institute, 511 E. South Boulder Road, Louisville, CO 80027
NOTE: Haskell for Programmers is a three day workshop: September 16-18, 2013, 8:30am-4:30pm.
Haskell is quickly becoming the go-to language for high-performance and mission critical software. Yet for programmers who are experienced with traditional, imperative programming languages, Haskell’s way of doing things can seem counter intuitive and difficult to understand. But learning Haskell doesn’t have to be hard!
This 3-day workshop moves rapidly through the basics and digs deeply into seemingly complex topics such as monads and working with mutable state. The primary focus of this workshop is on real world software development with the occasional discussion of theory.
You’ll write and optimize software using popular Haskell tools and packages such as Cabal, cabal-dev, HLint, ByteString, and Attoparsec. After the workshop you’ll be ready to write efficient Haskell code for real world production use.
Simple. Haskell is leading the way in compiler technologies for generating efficient and safe applications without placing unnecessary burdens on the programmer. By leveraging the Haskell type system the safety of code can be enforced, meaning bugs must be dealt with by the programmer instead of being passed silently on to users. While Haskell can’t ensure that all bugs have been squashed, it gets a lot closer than most mainstream languages.
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- Catered lunch each day
- Access to all code used during the workshop
- Digital copy of all class materials
- 1 hour of support after workshop completion
Prior professional experience programming with an imperative laguage such as C, C++, Java, Ruby, Python, C#, etc. A laptop or the willingness to lug around a desktop computer. A unix-like operating system (e.g. Linux, Mac OS X) is highly recommended but not necessary.
Early pricing $1400. Early registration ends August 1, 2013. Regular price $1800.
EVENT: Haskell for Programmers Workshop
DATE: September 16-18, 2013
COST: Before August 1st - $1400, After August 1st - $1800
September 17, 2013 - September 17
Denver Startup Week: Cyber Security Presentation and Panel Discussion
Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Convercent Headquarters 929 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
Join us for an afternoon event at 3:00pm Sept 17, 2013 at Convercent's brand new Headquarters in Mid town Denver with convenient nearby parking. Topics we'll discuss include:
- FBI's Cyber program "Infragard", new methodologies that cyber criminals are using these days to attack your computer network to steal your data
- What are the penalties for a small business that is not cyber secure compliant?
- What is the likelihood that you could become a victim?
- HIPPA requirements, HITECH Act and its most recent ruling. State and federal privacy protection laws, etc.
- IT Security Policy and Procedures-What you need to implement in your company and why it matters?
- "I've been breached…Now what!?"
- What are the consequences and costs of a breach. We'll also discuss additional liabilities when a breach occurs: Defamation, invasion of privacy, errors and omissions in content, copyright/trademark infringement, introduction of malicious code and blackmail/extortion
- What should I do if my suppliers and vendors are not protecting my data? What kind of business agreements need to be in place with regard to PCI Compliance, HIPPA and HITECH with our vendors and partners? How about our clients?
- How can I safeguard against the internal 'threat' of employees, partners, and vendors? What about negligence? We'll discuss the internal liability threat
- What steps can businesses take to begin protecting themselves against threats?
- Who Needs Cyber Liability Coverage? How general liability, property, Directors and Officers and Errors and Omissions coverage specifically exclude Cyber related perils.
- Cyber Risk Assessment Tools
Scott Schons, FBI Special Agent, CPA, Cyber Security Specialist, FBI Infragard Coordinator Scott is currently assigned to the Cyber Squad in Denver where he is responsible for computer intrusion investigations and the InfraGard program. Scott has been with the FBI for over 14 years.
Chris Roberts, Founder/Chief Information Security Officer, One World Labs, an assessment, remediation and research facility in the Front Range area of Colorado. Chris has played a variety of roles both inside and as a consultant to the IT security, engineering, and architecture/design operations of a number of Fortune 500 companies across the finance, retail, energy, and services sectors. Chris has previously worked as an FBI business liaison. Chris has a wealth of experience conducting vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, compromise investigations, and digital forensics examinations of all types of information systems.
Ray Hutchins, President of Denver Cyber Security, CISSP. Denver Cyber Security company provides a wide-range of cyber security products and services. Ray is currently developing a software application that helps SMBs purchase cyber security products and services. Ray serves on the board of the Denver chapter of the Information Security Systems Association (ISSA) and President of Tie Rockies.
Nick Krut, Senior Cyber Security Engineer, MSEE, CNE, CSSA Red Team USA, Nick is a leading innovator in the area of cyber security for the legal and financial sectors. He began his Scientific & Engineering career by graduating from Youngstown State University with a BSEE (Electrical Engineering). He is a member of the FBI’s Infragard Program and the Global Cyber Security & Patient Privacy Engineer for the Wallcott Institute.
David Willson, Attorney, CSSP, Security, is with Titan Info Security Group. He recently completed a 20 year career with the U.S. Army as a JAG officer/attorney. David has been iinvolved in providing legal and policy advice to top levels of the Army and DoD in the areas of information technology, information security, computer network operations, space control, and international and operational law. At one point he was the legal advisor to the agency now called CYBERCOM at the National Security Agency (NSA). David is an authority on cyber operations and cyber security and the law.
Mark Watson-Cyber Security Assurance, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®), ITIL v3 certified, and a PMP®. Mark creates corporate cyber security policy/procedures for businesses and risk management programs. His experience is with NASA, DoD, USAF, US Navy, the Veterans Administration, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, and United Launch Alliance. Mr. Watson is a member of (ISC)2, PMI, ISSA, ISACA, and InfraGard.
Stacey Gilbert, Denver Tech Insurance, Event Facilitator, Stacey has over 15 years insurance industry experience on the company side to the Fortune 100 level and as a broker to the Fortune 200 level along with experience as a part of a group of founders in a Dot Com. Denver. Tech Insurance handles Cyber Liability, Technology E&O and Employee Benefits for growing Technology Companies.
Located at Convercent - 929 Broadway
Event Sign Up: https://denverstartupweek.zerista.com/event/member/83825
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