All Things Open (ATO) 2020
Event submitted on Wednesday, September 30th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Whilst not strictly speaking a “Cybersecurity Conference” we are more than happy to include this event because above everything else it’s all open opensource, and as we all know, opensource software is driving a lot of the offensive (and defensive) security tactics through the usage of certain tools.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, September 30th 2020, or created by us.
Open Source has “won” and is now ubiquitous in technology environments around the world. If more is going to actively contribute and effectively consume, the need for quality education and networking opportunities is vital.
1. To remain competitive everyone in technology, regardless of skill or experience level, needs to understand the fundamentals of open source.
2. The speakers and content are world-class, carefully chosen to deliver education that can be applied
Speakers will include a diverse lineup of technologists and thought leaders doing amazing and interesting things. Each has been chosen specifically because of the experience, expertise, and background they bring to the event.
3. Networking opportunities will be outstanding
Because All Things Open 2020 is a virtual event there will be ever more networking opportunities available than normal. The platform on which the event will be hosted includes expanded networking features and topic themed group discussions to allow for direct and passive, post-event connections.
4. The value is tremendous
For the first time ever we’re making FREE registration available, courtesy of our Presenting level partners. We sincerely hope people from around the world join us and participate, and learn new skills and make valuable connections in the process. From the beginning, in 2013 we have been obsessed with hosting an event with the highest ROI possible for everyone involved. We feel it’s our responsibility and in line with the brand, we’ve built over the decade.