Attend this conference if you want to avoid and learn about phishing, ransomware, malware and more. Hear from more than 25 executive FS-ISAC members.
There are not a lot of Cybersecurity events happening in West Virginia but we included this event on our list because according to the organizers, SecureWV is not a “big” conference which means that you can talk directly with the speakers but large enough to network with other attendees with similar interest.
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.
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.
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.
ISC2 (the organization behind CISSP) also run a bunch of global Cybersecurity Conferences and Events – well, more like “mini-conferences”. We’re recommended ISC2 events this year owing to some positive feedback we’ve heard on our travels. Florida has a bunch of events this year so if you’re an InfoSec Expert living and working in Orlando we’d encourage you to get on down to this years ISC2 event.
Another conference for C-Level Executives which focuses on the current issues facing the industry. One of the features of this conference is the peer-to-peer Executive Roundtable Sessions that have been proven to be a great resource for executives which provides real answers to issues facing their organizations and industry.
Probably one of the largest information security event in the area where you will about the importance of information security. Good thing about the organizers is that they support the Cyber Patriot program that is geared toward getting high school students interested and involved in Information Security and provide scholarships to local schools in support of Information Security curriculums.
A conference organized by OWASP, LASCON is held annually in Austin, Texas since 2010. This year’s conference will feature Tanya Janca of Microsoft and John Bambenek of ThreatSTOP. Network with over 400 web app developers, security engineers, mobile developers and information security professionals.