Screentime in LA LA Land: After a few years of disruption and transformation, the entertainment industry has started to realize that the only constant is change. Enter Bloomberg Live’s newest conference…Screentime. Self-described as a gathering of the “most powerful figures at the intersection of content, technology and business” the event will “discuss and debate the future of cinema, the boom in streaming audio and video, the latest sports and gaming experiences, the dawn of web3 and the metaverse, and much more.” Screentime will be held both in LA and online from 11 – 12 October.
Stat event line up STAT is known for providing “trusted and authoritative journalism about health, medicine, and the life sciences.” They also host several popular conferences. This year they are making a few tweaks to their event lineup. They will host the Stat Breakthrough Summit which will “explore the innovations changing health care as we know it” on 3 – 4 in May in San Francisco. Instead of holding the Stat Health Tech Summit, the team will host a virtual Future Summit in September and their flagship Stat Summit in Boston on 18 – 19 October.
Speaking Opportunity: (ISC)² is an international nonprofit membership association focused on inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. Their Security Congress offers cyber and IT professionals with the knowledge, tools, and expertise they need to protect their organizations. The 2023 congress will be held in Nashville from 25-27 October under the theme, Lead with Confidence, which “champions the growth and vitality of cybersecurity professionals in every phase of their career through engaged learning that builds the competence and confidence to lead.” If you have a session idea that falls within one of their target topic areas (Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC); Cyber Leadership; Cloud Security; Security Operations; Software Security; Emerging Technologies) submit via their online CFP portal before the 23 March deadline.
Lunchtime Learning: Collision Conference is returning to Toronto in June, bringing together more than 50,000 entrepreneurs, investors, developers, marketers, enterprise executives, policy makers, celebrities and media. If you are not sure whether to attend in 2023, check out the 2022 main stage speakers to get an idea as to what you could be missing. Hear from Nicolas Cary, co-founder and vice chairman of Blockchain.com,in conversation with Forbes’ blockchain and crypto editor, Michael del Castillo. Find out what Investor Chris Sacca reveals about the deals he is most proud of and industries he is excited about. And listen in on a conversation between ProPublica editor-in-chief Stephen Engelberg and Yahoo News editor-in-chief Daniel Klaidman about news censorship in the era of misinformation.
Coming Up Next Week: SXSW 2023 is here, running 10-19 March for ten full days of conference programming, music/film/TV festivals, and other unique-to-Austin experiences. Taking full advantage of the influx of artists, innovators, leaders, and creatives in Austin next week, third parties ranging from The Atlantic to Landmark Ventures hold meetings of their own. Simmons Leadership Conference for women celebrates 44 years on 14 March when it’s held both in Boston and online, exploring this year’s theme of “Renewal and Innovation.” Also on 14 March, WSJ’s CIO Network will host its first in-person Summit since 2019 in Palo Alto. The meeting is designed for enterprise CIOs who find themselves working more collaboratively – and often commercially – than ever before with other business executives. Security Innovation Network/SINET Silicon Valley will be held 16 March at the Computer History Museum in Mountain view, featuring such speakers as CISOs for the US Senate as well as the US Dept. of Homeland Security and CIOs, CISOs, and VPs of risk from top brands. Finally, IoT Day Slam ’23 will run as an online event 16-17 March, convening a community whose focus is on the adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments.