Upcoming Events

Federal Focus

Today’s cloud generation wants it all – flexibility, connectivity, agility, and security. As Federal agencies embrace cloud as the key to a dynamic and modern IT enterprise, they struggle to meet all of these demands, on top of ensuring FedRAMP and FISMA compliance. […]


Government’s interest in cloud-based, SaaS security solutions is growing as IT modernization priorities expand. More automated security monitoring and real-time analytics are critical to improving agencies cyber security posture – but concern over security applications living in the cloud and uncertainties over ownership have deterred greater adoption across the government. […]

Cyber Security Brainstorm

Cyber Everywhere: Collaboration, Integration, Automation We’ve seen all of the cyber headlines this year – new policies emerging, old policies evolving, the cyber workforce is multiplying, and rapidly growing connected devices are complicating governance. While the Federal government is focused on security, new adversaries and attack vectors still emerge hourly. What are the early grades […]

Big Data Brainstorm

Big Data Brainstorm: AI, Automation, and Analytics By 2020, there will be three times as many devices as there are people in the world – and the volume of data continues to grow exponentially. Not only can analytics, automation, and machine learning help agencies handle this influx of data, but they are reshaping approaches to […]

The complexities of IT, in the private and public sectors are growing exponentially. Government  IT systems come with their own special set of risks, demands, and a need for even greater security. MeriTalk hosts frequent federal government IT events that give IT experts from across a broad spectrum of government agencies a chance to learn more about the latest developments, explore best practices, and of course network with other IT professional

These government IT events focus on topics that are important for keeping your data safe and helping agencies use technology in the most effective way. As the number of connected devices outnumbers workers, cyber-threats become ever more sophisticated and Big Data only continues to get bigger, these federal technology events provide information to connect and collaborate with government IT professionals from other agencies and areas of specialty.