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About
The Event

✓ Security and privacy
✓ Artificial intelligence

✓ New media
✓ Cryptocurrency

The event regularly attracts a diverse range of attendees from around the world, across different professions, and with different levels of experience.The summit is an excellent opportunity to socialize and build lasting relationships with other members of the field and just have a lot of fun!

Topics

01. Fingerprint Your phone’s biggest vulnerability is your fingerprint. That’s not just a problem for criminals, but for biometrics in general. As long as federal agencies are collecting fingerprints in bulk, they’ll never be private, which means they’ll never be truly secure. 02. Security Look at the Cyber Security Summit NYC USA The main ‘thrust’ is to focus on educating attendees on how to best protect highly vulnerable business applications with interactive panel discussions and roundtables led by subject matter experts. 03. Healthcare Check out Healthcare Security Summit: New York The team behind this conference seem to be on top of their game. If it worth mentioning here that we also have a dedicated post to Healthcare Cybersecurity Events. 04. Cyber New York Metro Joint Cyber Conference Next on our list is the “New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference” which is actually a collaboration of leading information security industry organizations and chapters within the NYC region. 07 MAY / MAIN STAGE FEATURED

Schedule

DAY 1

Wednesday
07 May 2019
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7:30
First floor
Registration & Breakfast

Pre-Conference and Main Conference Registration Desk Open
Plaza Court Registration Area

9:00
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Founders Nest @ Main hall
Discussion: Explorations of new approaches

This presentation will describe seven essential actions that could unleash the power of prevention and substantially reduce the prevalence of behavioral health problems and inequality in health and behavior outcomes in the U.S. population.

10:00
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Founder Nest @ Main hall
Explorations of new approaches to creative leadership

Business leaders know that growing a company requires you to put yourself out there and stay ahead of trends. One good way to accomplish both is by attending industry events throughout the year.

11:00
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Designer @ Main hall
Explorations of Regional Chief Executive Network's Leadership

The Regional Leadership Conference provides the opportunity to meet officers from different sized sections as well as learn about the many different types of activities they hold.

12:00
Restaurant
Lunch break

Please take lunch in your own time. Conference attendees will not be charged.

14:00
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Marketing operations @ Lobby
Discussion: Innovation and Technological entrepreneurship

In a marketplace where customers are more aware, active, and value-driven, firms must rapidly conceive and develop new products and services that meet customers' changing demands.

16:00
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Co-founder @ Main hall
Managing business relationships

Relationships are the foundation for opportunities in the world of business, especially as you rise through the ranks of management or decide to start your own business.

18:00
Rooftop Bar
Cocktail break

Business cocktail parties are a great opportunity to break out of your shell.

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DAY 2

Thursday
08 May 2019
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7:30
First floor
Breakfast

Pre-Conference and Main Conference Registration Desk Open
Plaza Court Registration Area

9:00
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Marketing operations @ Lobby
Discussion: Explorations of new approaches

This presentation will describe seven essential actions that could unleash the power of prevention and substantially reduce the prevalence of behavioral health problems and inequality in health and behavior outcomes in the U.S. population.

10:00
People-3
Founder Nest @ Main hall
Explorations of new approaches to creative leadership

Business leaders know that growing a company requires you to put yourself out there and stay ahead of trends. One good way to accomplish both is by attending industry events throughout the year.

11:00
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Designer @ Main hall
Explorations of Regional Chief Executive Network's Leadership

The Regional Leadership Conference provides the opportunity to meet officers from different sized sections as well as learn about the many different types of activities they hold.

12:00
Restaurant
Lunch break

Please take lunch in your own time. Conference attendees will not be charged.

14:00
Slider2-pic03
Founders Nest @ Main hall
Discussion: Innovation and Technological entrepreneurship

In a marketplace where customers are more aware, active, and value-driven, firms must rapidly conceive and develop new products and services that meet customers' changing demands.

16:00
People-1
Co-founder @ Main hall
Managing business relationships

Relationships are the foundation for opportunities in the world of business, especially as you rise through the ranks of management or decide to start your own business.

18:00
Rooftop Bar
Closing party

Business cocktail parties are a great opportunity to break out of your shell.

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Speakers

Slide FEATURED Patrick Lao Patrick Lao is the Head of Metaverse at PDAX. A former investment banker, he has closed multimillion-dollar deals in the SEA region (i.e., Indonesia, Singapore, and Philippines). Patrick is a founder of multiple businesses and startups, a blockchain researcher for DAOs, an angel investor, and a proud owner of Azuki #4515. HEAD OF METAVERSE, PDAX Slide FEATURED Jonah
Andersson
Jonah Andersson is a Filipina-Swedish female Software Developer based in Sweden who passionate in learning new things, developing or building apps, and sharing her experiences and technical knowledge to the Azure online community worldwide. SR. SOFTWARE ENGINEER, FOREFRONT CONSULTING
Slide FEATURED Leon
Maughan
Based in The Netherlands and with a background in meteorology, Leon works as the Product Manager and Technical PO for the 'OneObs' weather IoT platform, including productized API endpoints plus internal solutions for downstream weather products at DTN. PRODUCT MANAGER, DTN
Slide FEATURED Andres
Almiray
Andres is a Java/Groovy developer and a Java Champion with more than 20 years of experience in software design and development. He has been involved in web and desktop application development since the early days of Java. Andres is a true believer in open source and has participated on popular projects like Groovy, Griffon, and DbUnit, as well as starting his own projects. SR. PRINCIPAL PRODUCT MANAGER, ORACLE
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Kevin Richards

Founder Nest

That’s not just a problem for criminals, but for biometrics in general.

Eva Hudson

Co Founder

That’s not just a problem for criminals, but for biometrics in general.

Stuard Ferrel

Marketing Manager

That’s not just a problem for criminals, but for biometrics in general.

Melissa Tatcher

Designer

That’s not just a problem for criminals, but for biometrics in general.

Price

1DAY PASS

$399
  • One Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networking
  • Lunch and Networking
  • Keynote talk

FULL PASS

$599
  • Two Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networing
  • Posters Session
  • Lunch & Networing
  • Talk to the Editors Session
  • Round table

GROUP PASS

$199 Person
  • One Day Conference Ticket
  • Coffee-break & Networing
  • Keynote talk
  • Lunch and Networking
FAQ

What is Mann - New York?

Mann – San Francisco is an open, developer community event curated and delivered by leading community developers. If you’re a developer who needs to keep up to date with the latest development technology and techniques, Mann – San Francisco is for you!

What are the conference dates?

Mann – San Francisco will be held February 20 – 22. February 20th is Community and Workshop Day, and the Mann– San Francisco conference days are February 21st and 22nd.

How do I register

You can register for our events  here.

What’s included in a conference pass?

Conference registration includes admittance to both the Community and Workshop Day on February 20th, and the Mann– San Francisco conference days on February 21st and 22nd.

What is the payment policy?

A credit card is the method of payment for Mann – San Francisco. If an alternate method for payment is needed contact us

Locations

VENUE

Event Hall In San Francisco

3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103-3106

Get to the venue

TRAIN

The train station (Charleroi-Sud) is 3min away by foot, just over the Sambre river.

BUS / METRO

Alight at the Sud or Tirou stops.

WALLK

From the train station, cross the river Sambre and turn right. The Quai10 is 100 meters away.

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HOTEL

The Park Central

As long as federal agencies are collecting fingerprints in bulk, they’ll never be private, which means they’ll never be truly secure.

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