NTT DATA’s Shamlan Siddiqi to Speak at 2018 Capital Cybersecurity Summit

Shamlan Siddiqi

Shamlan Siddiqi, chief technology officer of NTT DATA‘s public sector business, will take part in a panel discussion on Nov. 13 at the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Capital Cybersecurity Summit in Tysons Corner, Va.

NVTC said Wednesday panelists and keynote speakers at its third annual event will offer their perspectives on cyber-related emerging technology, digital services and initiatives across the government, academic and commercial sectors.

Siddiqi has more than two decades of information technology experience and previously held positions at Booz Allen Hamilton, CGIAmerican Management Systems and RWD Technologies.

He will share his insights at the forum, titled “Threat Information: Challenges, Opportunities and Actions.”

Howard Marshall, director of cyber threat intelligence at Accenture‘s security group, is the moderator for the discussion that will also feature executives from ManTech International, Mitre, Dominion Energy and King & Union.

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