Wednesday, January 17 Thursday, January 18 DAY 2 THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 8:00 AM Registration Sponsored by Throtle Welcome John Ebbert, Publisher, AdExchanger Innovation Ahead For Google Google VP Brad Bender will discuss the company's evolving advertiser business.
Jon Suarez-Davis, Chief Strategy Officer, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Salesforce Presented by Salesforce The Big Blue Looking Glass IBM continues to augment and develop its technology strategy in service to marketers.
Bob Lord, Chief Digital Officer, IBM Interviewed by: Zach Rodgers, Executive Editor, AdExchanger Networking Break Restoring Trust In The Ad Tech Marketplace The last few years have given the "principals" in the programmatic transaction - marketers and publishers - plenty of reasons to question its value. Barrett, CEO, Rubicon Project Brian O'Kelley, CEO and Co-Founder, AppNexus Brett Wilson, VP and General Manager, Advertising, Adobe Moderated by: Sarah Sluis, Senior Editor, AdExchanger How To Prevent GDPR From Throwing Your Digital Strategy Into A Tailspin The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an effort by the European Commission to shift the balance of power in favor of consumers so that they can determine and command when a company can or cannot use their personal data to drive business decisions.
Melissa Parrish, VP, Research Director, Forrester Special Presentation from Sharethrough A special presentation from the native advertising software company, Sharethrough. Dan Greenberg, CEO, Sharethrough Presented by Sharethrough Key Trends For The CMO In 2018 Great Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) are hard to find - ask any board. Henry Blodget, CEO and Editor, Business Insider Interviewed by: Sara Fischer, Media Reporter, Axios Special Presentation from Quantcast Quantcast Co-Founder and CEO Konrad Feldman looks at the year ahead as his company pursues a strategy based on artificial intelligence (AI) technology and its application for brands, agencies and publishers.
Konrad Feldman, Co-Founder and CEO, Quantcast Presented by Quantcast Eye On CBS CBS is looking at creating new and improved ways in 2018 for their clients to buy their TV show lineup and all CBS content across its broadcast and digital platforms. Brian Andersen, Partner, LUMA Happy Hour Two days focused on what to expect in the next 12 months in marketing technology.
Come away with the essential knowledge, inspiration and connections you need for the year ahead. CLOSE X Michael G. Barrett CEO, Rubicon Project Michael was most recently chief executive officer and president at Millennial Media (NYSE:MM), a leading independent mobile ad technology company.
He and his wife, Cheryl, have three children, Stephanie, Anne and Christine.
CLOSE X Brad Bender VP, Product Management, Google Brad is responsible for global product management for the Google Display Network, DoubleClick Bid Manager, DoubleClick Campaign Manager, DoubleClick Audience Center, Gmail monetization, and other emerging display and video advertising businesses.
CLOSE X Henry Blodget CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Business Insider Henry Blodget is cofounder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Business Insider, one of the most-read business and tech news sites in the world. Henry went to Yale.
He was born and raised in New York. CLOSE X Seth Dallaire VP, Global Advertising Sales and Marketing, Amazon Media Group Seth Dallaire is the Vice President of Global Advertising Sales and Marketing at the Amazon Media Group (AMG).
Dallaire is a board member of the Ad Council. CLOSE X Konrad Feldman Co-Founder and CEO, Quantcast CLOSE X Sara Fischer Media Reporter, Axios Sara Fischer is a Media Reporter for Axios and the author of Axios Media Trends, a newsletter where she delivers smart analysis on the trends impacting the digital media ecosystem. CLOSE X Scott Galloway Founder, L2 Scott is a Professor of Marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business where he teaches brand strategy and digital marketing.
CLOSE X Damian Garbaccio EVP, Nielsen Marketing Cloud Damian Garbaccio is the Executive Vice President of the Nielsen Marketing Cloud. CLOSE X Jonah Goodhart SVP, Oracle Data Cloud Jonah Goodhart is Senior Vice President, Oracle Data Cloud.
CLOSE X Dan Greenberg CEO, Sharethrough Dan Greenberg is the co-founder and CEO of Sharethrough, the largest independent native advertising platform. CLOSE X Michael Katz Cofounder and CEO, mParticle Michael Katz is a cofounder and CEO of mParticle.I'll admit to having tears in my eyes as we left Reyjavik. We have recommended Nordic Visitor to our friends and fellow travelers we met along the way.
Keep up the good work. Overall we were very pleased with the quality of the accommodations. The itinerary that was built for our trip was very well planned leaving enough time to explore the areas we were travelling as well as having sufficient time to find our nightly accommodations.
For the most part we ate in restaurants located in the local areas as opposed to the hotels as some of the menus were very restrictive in selection. Breakfasts provided at the accommodations were fresh and lots of variety. Visited local museums but did not book any extra activities (whale watching, guided tours) as we prefer to explore on our own.
We had an amazing trip. It was so well curated. All of the destinations were thoughtful both in terms of location and distance traveled during the day. The sightseeing suggestions in the tour guide were excellent. The hotels and guest houses were all wonderful - comfortable and full of character. To put together a trip like this on our own would have required weeks of online research and we never would have been able to achieve something this perfect.
Thank you so much for a great trip. My only question is: Why is there not an "Excellent" option. Our holiday was most excellent in every way. From my first email enquiry regarding the tour to the last minute of our holiday every aspect was excellent. Cecilia made the whole planning experience smooth and seamless, and the tour itself was most excellent. What an incredible job Nordic Visitor does. We felt so spoilt because everything had been done for us. This was an incredible tour and I can't speak highly enough about the slick operation Nordic Visitor runs.
It was a wonderful tour through the stunning scenery of Norway, very well organized by Nordic Visitor. Already thinking of visiting the northern part of Norway (Nordkapp, Lofoten) at some stage in the future, if a self-drive option is available.Example: true language optional The default language of text fields. Example: 1 The number of fields to include in the synthetic source. The generated synthetic source will have as many fields as set by the argument fields plus a "class" field.
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And if we had a magic ball, we would have all invested handsomely in bitcoin in 2013 and be close to retirement at this point.
We do get some things right, though. Take our ransomware prediction, for instance: WannaCry made that one come to fruition in 2017. Pam Cobb, team lead and product marketing manager for IBM X-Force: At its core, the internet is used to connect people to each other, whether black hats or white hats.
The internet moves pretty fast. The most important lesson to take away from week three of NCSAM is that we must take our collective responsibility for the overall security of the internet seriously or risk facing threats that today we can only imagine. Predictions from venerable experts such as those at IBM Security can serve as a guideline to help users prepare for those challenges, but the only real defense against the evolving cybercrime landscape is a dedication to cybersecurity awareness not just during NCSAM, but year-round.
Security is an essential factor for every business, and we want to help you adapt to and safeguard against its ever-changing landscape. IBM Security Experts Predict the Future of CybersecurityIn addition to the principle theme of shared responsibility, each week of NCSAM has its own theme as well. Artificial Intelligence Becomes IntegralBrian Evans, senior managing consultant: Artificial intelligence (AI) solutions will become an integral part of any cybersecurity program in the not-too-distant future.
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The Rapid Evolution of the IoTRohan Ramesh, senior product marketing manager for Watson for Cyber Security: We are moving toward a more connected world with the Internet of Things (IoT) and rapid evolution of technology and software.
The IoT Becomes UbiquitousJames Murphy, offering manager for Watson IoT Platform: The value of the IoT to society and business will grow as the number and variety of devices connecting to the internet continues to expand.
The Year of Mobile Malware. Stop and Look Around Once in a WhilePam Cobb, team lead and product marketing manager for IBM X-Force: At its core, the internet is used to connect people to each other, whether black hats or white hats.
Apply NCSAM Lessons Year-Round for a More Secure FutureThe most important lesson to take away from week three of NCSAM is that we must take our collective responsibility for the overall security of the internet seriously or risk facing threats that today we can only imagine.
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All too often devices destined to be connected and used online are designed and produced either by traditional organisations who have typically not had to pay attention to digital security during the manufacture and design process or by entrepreneurs who are more interested in getting their first product to market to be slowed down by some nagging security concern.
It is becoming a significant challenge to regulatory bodies and to governments to ensure that safety standards, which have previously focused on the physical risks of a product and its components, accurately and clearly identify digital risks and outline the minimum safety criteria. Perhaps in the near future we can hope for a kind of digital kite-mark, offering at least some assurance that physical goods and their supporting infrastructure have been designed and built to a defined standard of digital security, that security was baked -in, not glossed over and that none of the small parts may cause choking.Registration is free and only takes a minute.
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We decided to go with Nordic Visitor's "Winter Romance" package, and it was just perfect. Nordic Visitor was very thorough in booking lots of wonderful places for us to travel to (in our own rental car, rather than on a tour bus or something), and took all the stress out of trying to plan the tour ourselves.
Corresponding with them was fast and easy and they made sure we had everything necessary in order to have the best trip possible. If you decide to plan a similar trip with them, I'd definitely recommend opting for some of the optional activities -- snowmobiling on a glacier is something we'll never forget.
Hotel choices were very good as far as location and amenities. Helena was very helpful in making the booking process quick and easy. Helena made some in-trip adjustments for us that were very helpful. Hotels were fabulous with a great view in almost all of them. The travel agent was amazing. I booked my trip with him two days before I arrived in Iceland and it was like it had been planned way in advance.
He did a great job in determining my tours and was very helpful with organizing my schedule. I had all my travel documents with custom travel booklet including my itinerary, map, and top places to visit in Iceland waiting for me at the hotel when I arrived. I absolutely loved my trip to Iceland and did not want to leave.
I am so thankful for the excellent customer service Nordic Visitor provides and will definitely book with them in the future. Iceland is expensive for us but it was worth every cent. Have already recommended Nordic Visitor to a number of fellow travellers and friends.
You should be proud of the service you offer. This was only due to time limitations after arriving from our Iceland flight. Many thanks for making our adventure to Greenland a truly memorable and treasured trip. Our experience was a very positive one. Got your contact from an article in International Travel News written by someone we had met on a trip to Svalbard with several years earlier.
We had a fantastic holiday all round and are very likely to return. The information supplied by Nordic Visitor concerning the volcanic activity was very timely and helpful too. For us the self-guided tour worked perfectly. The snowmobiling on the glacier tour and the super jeep to Askja were outstanding.
The guides were wonderful and the experience was other worldly. The river rafting tour was probably most exciting and fun tour we took and we would highly recommend. Hilmar was an excellent travel consultant. We made a change in our original plan for the start of the trip shortly before the trip and Hilmar handled everything excellently.
From start to finish, it was a very easy experience and we got from the trip exactly what we were expecting and more in most cases. Special thanks to our agent Gudrun who provided us with the package details and answered my questions prior to booking and during our trip. Ozkan is a mountain guide in Turkey so he is very aware of the preparation needed to enable a smooth trip of the sort we experienced. We both felt the service we received was outstanding. We did not use the GPS that came with the hire car because with the quality of the maps and information provided there was no need.
All the places we stayed were very welcoming, very clean and the breakfasts, especially the bread, were often outstanding.