This is part of a series aimed at Senior IT Security Professionals. If you are one, then go ahead and check out this security event as well as the others taking place by the same organizers this year.
The event (also) takes place in London. 44CON is complimentary to BSides and DC4420 as being a “UK Hacker Conference” with good reason; they’ve been very good at recruiting excellent speakers and creating a fantastic atmosphere. We’ve known about 44CON for many years now and have only heard positive things about the conference. One of the interesting things about 44CON is that (by my understanding) they’ve spawned into an “open all year” type of organization in the sense that they seem to offer InfoSec training throughout the year which is very interesting.
Smart Grid, the folks behind this and many other events, are really global experts in this field and I’d absolutely highly recommend attending any of their events – which I believe have mostly moved online as a result of COVID-19.
Taking place in the UK, specifically Bristol, this Cybersecurity Conference is very likely one of the best SCADA/ICS type of events taking place in the United Kingdom. If that’s your thing: then attend.
This event is aimed at Cybercrime Professionals in London. If you work in this field and want to learn more on how to combat cybercriminals, then this event would be ideal.
One of the best events out there when it comes to learning about cyber warfare. This is where you’ll meet a lot of professionals who will be discussing everything about cybercrime, cyberterrorism and more.
This has been one of the best and largest closed-door meeting places for cybersecurity executives from all sectors. This congress addresses critical and vital issues like the government’s response to cyber threats, enforcing real-world regulations, defending against nation-state actors, securing CNI, and collaboration between public and private sectors among many others. You do not want to miss this.