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Cyber Security Finance Forum Brochure

  1. 1. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012October 15 & 16 Washington, DCMedia partners: Meet the decision-makers at CSFF Register Now
  2. 2. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012The Cyber Security Finance Forum is an exclusive senior executive event that brings together industry leaders, advisersand investors to discuss how to win more business.In a single day, CSFF offers a unique combination of expert panels, individual company presentations and networkingbreaks that focus on the opportunities, challenges and issues that need to be understood to be successful in the cybersecurity sector.October 15, 2012Pre-event ReceptionThe University Club, Washington, DC06:00 PM - 07:30 pm Cocktail receptionOctober 16, 2012CSFF 2012 Summary Agenda1777 F Street NW, Washington, DC08:00 AM Breakfast and registration09:00 AM Welcome09:05 AM Market & Trends overview: • Why is the Cyber Security sector attracting so much interest from investors • What are the industry’s unique features compared to other sectors in the Security space? • In which verticals is the funding being allocated? • What does recent transaction activity tell us?09:25 AM The US Government and Cyber: • How is the US Government shaping Cyber Security investment? • What are the priority areas and where are budgets being allocated? • How can the private sector work more successfully/effectively with the government? • Which departments and institutions really matter?10.00 AM Networking break10:15 AM Company presentations: • Three individual companies present their cyber solutions11:15 AM Networking break11:30 AM M&A expert panel: • Is the Cyber Security sector a “buyer” or a “seller” market at the moment, and how does this impact the level of activity? • How does the budget/financial/economic landscape affect the way companies are valued? • What can we expect in terms of deal flow in the next year or so?12:30 PM Lunch01:30 PM Keynote address02:00 PM How to structure a contract with the US government: • What makes a contract bid more likely to succeed? • What is the government looking for from its suppliers? • Are cyber procurement contracts any different from other government contract bids? • Financing long-term government contracts – who does it?03:00 PM Networking break03:15 PM The UK Government and Cyber: • How do UK Cyber Security priorities compare to US ones, and how does this reflect in the budget allocation? • What level of collaboration exists between the two countries?03:45 PM Networking break04:00 PM Company presentations: • Three individual companies present their cyber solutions05:00 PM Post-event Cocktail reception 2
  3. 3. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012Why attend ■■ Gain direct access to senior corporate executives, institutional investors, advisors and government officials active in the cyber security industry ■■ Network with an unrivalled group of senior decision-makers in a discrete but informal setting ■■ Hear directly from government officials about where business opportunities exist in the public sector and how they can be turned into new business ■■ Attend corporate presentations to understand the latest technologies and solutions that are being launched in the market ■■ Listen to experts discuss current market trends, M&A and investment activity, valuation and industry projections ■■ Discuss deals and business partnerships in an informal and discrete environment ■■ Build long-lasting relationships with influential business leadersWho will attend TESTIMONIAL ■■ ■■ ■■ Corporate CEOs & CFOs Venture Capital & Private Equity investors Financial and legal advisors “ The Cyber Security Finance Forum is an excellent opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with innovators of some of the latest technologies as well ” ■■ Other institutional investors as a good opportunity to network. ■■ Government officials Armand Kinslow ■■ Corporate M&A officers MITRE CorporationGet the important questions answered ■■ How does the budget/financial/economic landscape affect the way companies are valued? ■■ Why is the Cyber Security sector attracting so much interest from investors ■■ What are the priority areas for the US government and where are budgets being allocated? ■■ How can the private sector work more successfully/effectively with the government? ■■ Which government departments and institutions really matter? ■■ What level of collaboration exists between the US and other countries? ■■ What can we expect in terms of deal flow in the next year or so?About Global Security FinanceGlobal Security Finance, the online daily business news and data service, is theleading independent source of information about the cyber, physical and identitysecurity and defense sectors. www.globalsecurityfinance.comGlobal Security Finance organizes the Cyber Security Finance Forum and theHomeland Security Finance Forum. 3
  4. 4. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012Past Global Security Finance event attendeesAirPatrol Corp Focus Capital Group NL Systems LLCAmerica’s Growth Capital Generation 3 Capital LLC NMR ConsultingArent Fox LLP Global Security Finance Novak Biddle Venture PartnersArlington Capital Partners GTS Olive Group North America LLCAvascent Headwaters MB Paladin Capital GroupBAE Systems Hudson Fairfax Group Pegasus Global HoldingsBattelle Ventures LP IBM Corp Privato Security IncBehrman Capital InZero Systems Post Capital PartnersBluestone Capital Partners Imperial Capital LLC Protected Mobility LLCBritish Embassy – Washington DC JP Morgan Private Bank R Signia IncBuySAFE Inc Kaprica Security Raytheon Trusted Computer SolutionsC5 Capital KEYW Corp Razor’s Edge Ventures LLCCapital One Bank Financial Corp KranemXalted Group Relativity Capital LLCCardinal Point Strategies Inc Kroll Inc Republic Capital AccessCerca Group LLC Laidlaw & Company SeeView Security IncCESG Lockheed Martin Corp Secure Strategy Group LLCChertoff Group Longstreet Partners LLC SGHoldings LLCColdon Strategic Advisors Madison Parker Capital SyntegrityCore Capital Partners Mandiant Corp Technology Security AssociatesCyberSolv International LLC MarkMonitor Inc The SPECTRUM GroupDepartment of Homeland Security Maryland Cyber Investment Partners Thompson Advisory GroupDispersive Solutions Inc Mind-Alliance Systems Torch Hill Investment PartnersDorsey & Whitney LLP MITRE Corporation Triumfant IncEgis Capital Partners Monument Capital Group LLC UK Trade & InvestmentEngland & Co Morgan Keegan & Co Inc University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyErnst & Young LLP Motorola Solutions Venture Capital Viscount Systems IncFederal Systems Multiplier Capital LP Williams MullenCyber Security Finance Forum 2012 Guide 2nd Annual With a printed and online distribution Readership: Analysis by reader type of more than 5,000 readers, no other Cyber Security Finance Forum 2012 October 15 & 16 Washington, DC publication in the cyber security 8% Corporates sector offers a more targeted 10% audience. Increase your visibility and 42% Investors & Debt providers promote your company in this highly sought after annual guide that is used Services providers as a reference source in the industry 40% $13.8bn $61.6bn Meet the Governments for months after the event has ended. invested in private of cyber security decision-makers cyber security M&A deals transacted at CSFF. companies in 2011 in 2011 4
  5. 5. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012SponsorshipBy sponsoring a particular aspect of CSFF you will become a key partner of the entire event.Maximum exposure is assured for a sponsor through a combination of pre-conference marketing, advertising in leadingindustry publications, the CSFF website, conference documentation and press coverage. Your organization canachieve real benefits from your sponsorship by: ■■ Targeting potential clients and investors ■■ Highlighting your achievements and services ■■ Reinforcing your brand within the industry ■■ Launching new products and servicesIn addition to the options outlined below, we welcome your ideas regarding alternative sponsorship packages. We arealso able to customize any existing package to suit your budget and marketing needs.Sponsorship opportunitiesBadges ($10,000)All attendees are required to wear a badge during the event and the pre-event cocktail reception. The Badgesponsorship is the most highly visible sponsorship of the event.CSFF Guide ($8,500)A proprietary reference guide that is only available to attendees of CSFF. The guide includes league tables, a detailedindustry overview of financing and M&A activity and white papers.Industry panels ($5,000 upwards)Sponsor a panel, an individual presentation or a speaking slot. The most efficient way to convey your message to theentire audience.White papers ($5,000)Sponsor a white paper in the guide and for additional visibility present your findings in a dedicated speaking slot.Pre-event cocktail reception ($7,500)Hosted at the exclusive University Club, a private members club based in downtown Washington.Post-event cocktail reception ($5,000)The post event sponsor gets the last word, closing the event with a five minute address prior to the reception that endsthe day.Merchandise ($3,250 upwards)Pens, mouse pads or USB sticks. Promote your company brand through a range of merchandising options. You chosethe product and we will deliver.Wi-Fi ($3,250)With today’s necessity for constant communication, Wi-Fi access is a must. Sponsor the conference wifi access andhave your company recognized as the provider of this critical service.Breakfast ($3,250)Breakfast and registration begin sharply at 8 am making this the busiest part of the day. Make a great first impressionas attendees register and network at the start of the event.Lunch ($3,950)The lunch hour is the longest break of the day, allowing attendees to network at a more leisurely pace. Most of ourattendees make their best contacts during this break. 5
  6. 6. 2nd AnnualCyber Security Finance Forum 2012Reserve your place 31 o re August unt Book befy bird disco Register 1 delegate $895 per delegate for earl Register 2 delegates $795 per delegate Register 3 delegates $695 per delegate Register at the GSF rate* $295 per delegate*The GSF rate applies to government officials, attendees from not-for-profit organizations and academic institutions. Official credentials required and attendance subject to approval. Pre-registration required to qualify for this rate.Contact details NameCompanyPosition Email Address TelephoneCredit card detailsCardholder NameCard Number Billing AddressExpiry Date Security CodeDate SignaturePlease complete and return to:Rashmi Nelson, Head of Business Development, North Americarashmi.nelson@vbresearch.com516-801-0536 6