San Francisco | October 16-19
The Palace Hotel: 2 New Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94105
You’ll return to your job up to date on emerging technologies, confident about getting the most from your Tanium investments, and energized to help your business succeed.
Expand your mind and control your future.
Update your Tanium knowledge by attending your choice of technical sessions focused on IT security and IT operations.
Turbocharge your deployment with hands-on training from Tanium subject matter experts.
Tanium CONVERGE offers inspiring keynotes and breakouts, as well as a day and a half of technical Labs.
Full Conference Pass
$875 – Early Bird Price
$1100 – Regular Price
Includes interactive sessions, tutorials, demos, keynotes… and more!
Full Conference Pass + CONVERGE Labs
$1325 – Early Bird Price
$1550 – Regular Price
Includes a full conference pass and hands-on Labs to master the Tanium platform and product modules. Note: A record of attendance will be provided, which you can use to apply for continuing professional education credits.
The Palace Hotel – $365/night
Park Central – $309/night, $267/night (government rate*)
*Government employees will be required to show ID upon check-in to the conference to qualify for these rates.
These negotiated, pre-tax rates are only available for booking as part of the registration process.
We are committed to building a marketing-free agenda for you. Session topics are being nominated and selected in collaboration with you – our customers – and our technical experts who are in the trenches with you every day. We’ll have demos, tutorials, tips and tricks, best practices sessions, case studies based on real-world uses of Tanium, and our Tanium “Tech Stop” where you can ask our technical experts your most challenging questions!
- Automation & Platform Integrations
- Tanium Best Practices
- Investigation & Incident Response
- Threat & Breach Detection
- Endpoint Protection
- Asset Visibility & Management
- Compliance & Vulnerability Management
- Security Best Practices
- IT Operations Best Practices
- Tools Consolidation & Rationalization
Join us at Lucky Strike!
Tuesday, October 17
7 p.m–10 p.m.
Lucky Strike, San Francisco
200 King Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Lucky Strike is the premier bowling experience combining food, drink and fun. Join us in this truly unique atmosphere and create unforgettable experiences at the CONVERGE17 party. With a smorgasbord of activities, there is truly something for everyone!
NOTE: This private event is for registered Tanium CONVERGE17 attendees only.
Remember to wear your name badge to gain access to Lucky Strike.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Orion Hindawi co-founded Tanium in 2007 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Orion is a technology visionary and accomplished inventor who has led the development of enterprise-scale endpoint security and management platforms for the past 20 years.
Co-founder & General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
Marc Andreessen is a cofounder and general partner of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. He is an innovator and creator, one of the few to pioneer a software category used by more than a billion people, and one of the few to establish multiple billion-dollar companies. Marc co-created the highly influential Mosaic Internet browser and cofounded Netscape, which later sold to AOL for $4.2 billion. He also cofounded Loudcloud, which as Opsware sold to Hewlett-Packard for $1.6 billion. Marc holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Marc serves on the board of the following Andreessen Horowitz portfolio companies: Anki, Bracket Computing, Dialpad, Honor, Lytro, Mori, OpenGov, and Samsara. He is also on the board of Facebook and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.
Founding CEO, Hulu
Jason Kilar has invested his career in creating, building, and/or scaling customer-obsessed, missionary companies. In spring 1997, he joined Amazon.com, where he held a variety of leadership roles, including running its books, music, and video businesses across North America and, following that, its Worldwide Application Software business. In 2007, Jason became founding CEO of online video service Hulu, which grew to more than $1 billion in revenue and 700 employees. In fall 2013, Jason co-founded and became CEO of Vessel, an online video service backed by Bezos Expeditions, Benchmark, and Greylock Partners, which was recently acquired by Verizon. Jason earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He served on the Board of DreamWorks Animation, and currently serves on the Boards of Univision Communications and Brighter.
Co-Founder / Global Director, Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center
Christopher Novak, a co-founder and the Global Director of the Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center, is an internationally recognized expert in the field of Investigative Response and Computer Forensics. In his current position, Christopher manages teams of highly skilled consultants located around the world. Each team maintains experts in various fields of study and practice, including forensic analysis, malware reverse engineering, threat intelligence analysis, and threat actor attribution. Christopher specializes in high-level crisis and emergency response matters and regularly consults with executives from Fortune 500 companies on pre-planning for such situations, as well as leading active crisis response matters and liaising with external partners. Christopher holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Cybersecurity Reporter, The New York Times
Nicole Perlroth covers cybersecurity for The New York Times. She is the recipient of several journalism awards including best technology reporting by the Society of Business Editors and Writers. Her 2014 Times profile of security blogger Brian Krebs was optioned by Sony Pictures and a 2016 story of Chinese hackers in a welding shop server was optioned for a television series by The Weinstein Company. Prior to joining the Times in 2011, Ms. Perlroth covered venture capital and start-ups for Forbes Magazine. She is currently at work on a cybersecurity book, “This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends” for Penguin/Portfolio (2017). Ms. Perlroth is a guest lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a graduate of Princeton University (B.A.) and Stanford University (M.A.).