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By: Carly Buchanan(If you liked this blog, please share it. Thanks!) What does networking really mean, in today’s technology oriented-world? The old days of the Rolodex are gone, so effective networking requires an understanding of the latest tools at our disposal – especially social media platforms. We recently attended the Public Relations Society of America’s National Capital
By: Tony Welz(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) It seems hard to believe, but RSA Conference 2016 is less than six weeks away. Hosted in San Francisco from Feb. 29 to March 4, RSA is arguably the biggest show in the cybersecurity industry: During last year’s event, 33,000 attendees sat in on some 490
By: Christine Blake(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) Industry conferences and events play a critical role in any public relations strategy. At our high-tech PR agency, our clients attend a variety of trade shows throughout the year, from RSA to Black Hat to the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit. After more than a
By: Tom Resau(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) Like some of you reading this, I’m building on a lot of great conversations, networking and momentum coming out of this year’s RSA Conference – the cybersecurity industry’s preeminent “see and be seen” conference. After 16 years in technology-focused public relations, mostly within the security realm,
By: Christy Pittman(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) Talk about overcoming challenges: Our high-tech PR firm was determined to keep our sixth annual Run! Geek! Run! 8K going – even when the government shutdown forced us to postpone the original Oct. 5 date. (We’ve always held the event in West Potomac Park, a U.S.
By: Molly Doyle(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) At our high tech PR firm, we’re constantly discussing and evaluating best practices for reaching out to members of the media. And because we’re so connected here, we’re able to help stage popular Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) events such as “Meet the Press.” After all,