May 24 – 26, 2021 • Virtual Conference
The SINC SLED IT & Security Leaders Content Week will bring together the top innovative IT and Security leaders from SLED organizations across the United States and Canada for 3 days of virtual engagement. The forum will address the topics that most directly impact the resource challenges of the attendees, which in turn, will drive the growth of the IT industry and community.
The forum will be geared towards strengthening the SLED IT community while creating beneficial networking opportunities that will contribute to the IT industry’s growth. IT and Security service providers and executives alike will engage through presentations on top industry trends, one-on-one engagements, and roundtable discussions.
The more sessions you attend, interact with your peers and participate in sessions you have a chance to win a prize. Examples of prizes won during a forum include:
Join your peers for a networking activity after the event! Previous activities include:
The Forum will be virtual and hosted online. Stay tuned for how you can join the event digitally.
Enjoy all presentations, roundtable discussions, networking sessions, and executive meetings from the comfort of your computer screen, wherever you may be located.
Not at all. You attend the sessions most relevant to you.
No, the event is complimentary to our attendees.
Yes, registration is required prior to accessing the event. Please complete the registration request form.
We are striving to replicate our in-person forums, but with a twist. The format will consist of traditional breakout sessions and keynote speakers, we the inclusion of Ask the Expert: Live Q&A Sessions, Interactive Roundtables, and Live Case Studies/Open Discussions after viewing the presentation.
We will be providing attendees with the ability to pre-register for each session. Details on how to access the event will be emailed to all registered attendees prior to the event date.
Yes! Stayed tuned for an update on the exciting networking opportunities that we have planned.