International Cybersecurity and Intelligence Conference (ICSIC)
Event submitted on Friday, August 16th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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If you’re in Canada, you might be interested in attending this conference. This event always invites high-profile speakers who will; share their knowledge about cybersecurity.
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The International Center for Cybersecurity and Intelligence Research and the Ontario College of Management and Technology will again be hosting the 2020 International Cyber Security and Intelligence Conference on October 7 – 8, 2020 in Canada.
The International Cybersecurity and Intelligence Conference (ICSIC) provides a rare chance for global professionals in Cybersecurity, Intelligence, National Infrastructure, Counter-Terrorism, Industry, Law enforcement, Cyber Operations research, and Legal Practitioners to share unified ideas and best practices on cyber safety, attack prevention and secured cyber world.
ICSIC, is a unique cybersecurity and intelligence event that features high profile speakers from cybersecurity, privacy, national critical infrastructure, intelligence, and counter-terrorism. Participants will have a unique privilege to interact with some of the best brains in the industry.
The #ICSIC2k20 goes cyber-inclusive as they dedicate a two-day event in an attempt to spread the global campaign and to approach cybersecurity from an all-inclusive approach. ICSIC is a first-class global intelligence and cybersecurity conference attended by distinguished and highly respected speakers from government, industry, and academia. Each brings unique perspectives from expertise, experience, and natural talents in the disciplines of emerging cyber technologies, ongoing global security issues, common national cyber issues, multinational companies, and unified cyber laws, operations and enforcement, academic, national critical infrastructure, intelligence and axiomatic experience.