See the latest in tech at FOSE / GOVSEC 2010 – March 23-25, Washington, D.C.

Last year, I had the pleasure of attending FOSE/GOVSEC 2009 in D.C. and I look forward to attending again this year. Last year’s exhibit floors were packed with some very nice gear and it was exciting to see emerging trends and get hands-on with some of the latest and greatest gadgets relating to gov’t information technology.

Simply put, FOSE is the largest gov’t IT trade show in the United States. GOVSEC focuses on government security and has an exhibit floor, as well as a series of conferences that may be limited to security-cleared persons. Last year’s show floors exhibited everything from high speed data capture devices, to mobile device security, armored vehicles, mobile computing and power generation, as well as high-tech weaponry.

So, what can we expect from FOSE 2010 and GOVSEC 2010? Here are a few highlights:

  • 3 days of exhibits for thousands of products
  • 2 full conference days aimed at educating attendees on emerging tech, trends and new improvements in the industry
  • Focus on: Digital Forensics, Cybersecurity and Terrorism, Cloud Computing, Virtualization, DNSSEC and more

The show is free to attend for government, government contractors and military and $50 for others.

You can also follow FOSE and GOVSEC online:

I lhad a great time last year and I ook forward to seeing you there this time around!

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