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.
For those who don’t know, INTERFACE series are providing CPE-accredited IT Educational conferences for more than 15 years and is happening in more than 25 cities yearly. We recommend this event if you’re focused on Information Security, IT infrastructure (BC/DR, data storage & recovery), and enterprise communications.
This main goal of this event is to facilitate the exchange of best practices and ideas between IT professionals within the DOE complex, reduce costs within the DOE laboratory system and strengthen the IT infrastructure. We recommend this event to employees working in the IT field associated with the participating laboratories.
Network with over 300 professionals from the public and private sector and learn how to increase cybersecurity resilience by collaborating among stakeholders.