Digital Summit Series, produced by TechMedia are organized on 20 different US locations. Few of the reasons why we like this event is that they have over 60 marketing sessions & workshops, gain insights from the leading experts and have the opportunity to network with hundreds of marketers, strategists, designers, and more. Another cool thing is that we can have access to the presentations and recordings that we can use as reference in the future.
We included this event because there are not a lot of events happening in Rhode Island so this is to give you an information about this event. Learn from respected security professionals from around the world on how to protect your organization from cyber attacks during panels & round table discussions. You can also Engage, Network, Socialize & Share with fellow powerful business leaders, C-Suite executives & professionals.
An event organized by Norwich University, this year’s event will focus on the critical infrastructure protection and Election 2020. There are also 3 tracks to choose from: cyber security, cyber procurement and municipal governance management.
We added this to our list because this is the event which focuses on Social Engineering which we are also interested. Not only that, they also have activities which includes Lockpicking Village, OSINT Village, Mental Health Hackers (which includes massages, who wouldn’t want that) and a lot more.
This event is a nationally recognized conference because it is hosted by the New York State Office of Information Technology Services, the University at Albany School of Business, and The New York State Forum, Inc. This is for everyone who are interested in learning real-world information that you can apply immediately to minimize the cyber risks in your own environment.
The Digital Government Summit offers a staggering 150+ events each year for State and Local Government IT Leaders. If you’re working for the government, we encourage you to attend for one of the two reasons: Advance the goals of your organizations or for your own career paths.
For those who don’t know, BSides was created on 2009 by Mike Dahn, Jack Daniel and Chris Nickerson. It is organized by the community for the community and is happening in over 100 locations worldwide. If you’re kind of new to the field, we recommend attending one of these events in your area because it will help you gain a lot of knowledge. Most of the BSides events are free and offer a Call for Papers.