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New Jersey is a leader in the United States for IT security and cyber protection initiatives, and several organizations have been established to ensure consistent and effective protection of data and systems. The New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) is the state's cyber security agency and works directly with the public and private sectors to promote cyber safety, education, and coordination. Additionally, the NJCCIC functions as a hub for cyber event and conference programming within the state.

New Jersey hosts many events and conferences focused on cybersecurity and continues to expand this programming. For example, the NJCCIC organized the NJ Cybersecurity Conference, a virtual three-day event that featured over 70 speakers from across the U.S. as well as experts from other countries. The NJCCIC also regularly hosts on-site conferences and virtual events that gather private and government IT security professionals to talk about current and emerging cyber threats, industry best practices, and the latest innovations in cyber security.

In addition, multiple private and government resources are dedicated to cyber safety in New Jersey. The state legislature, for example, created the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security and Preparedness which oversees many of the state’s cybersecurity initiatives and operations. The department also sponsors the NJ Cybersecurity Exchange program to connect and collaborate with the public and private sectors.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the federal government’s lead cybersecurity agency, also maintains a presence in New Jersey. CISA’s New Jersey Division of Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure coordinates the planning and implementation of national cyber risk management strategies, ensures the safety of networks, and monitors threats and threat trends across multiple platforms.

Government and private educational institutions in New Jersey, such as Rutgers University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, continue to advance research and educational opportunities in the field of cybersecurity. These academic institutions offer certificates, degree programs, and professional training to help students stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats.

With the combination of the NJCCIC, government programs, private initiatives, and higher education opportunities, New Jersey is at the forefront of the United States cybersecurity efforts. The state continues to remain ahead of the game with its commitment to the development of new cybersecurity initiatives and technologies as new threat trends emerge.

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07 August 2024

United States

ChannelPro DEFEND: East 2024


This event will feature workshops, expanded sessions, and networking time to go deep into security. Topics covered include ransomware, phishing, identity verification, backup and data recovery, zero trust principles, and more. IT solution providers and managed service providers (MSPs) of all types are encouraged to attend.

15 August 2024

United States

iSMG Virtual Cybersecurity Summit 2024


ISMG Summits feature carefully curated agendas delivering keynotes from industry luminaries, case-based learning, solution room workshops, private roundtable discussions, one-to-one networking, and more. Our geo-targeted, industry-specific, and topic-driven events provide actionable education for security leaders’ top priorities and challenges. Visit the event website to view the ISMG Event Experience video to see what your peers are saying about their participation.

26 September 2024

United States

iSMG Cybersecurity Summit: Africa 2024


Cybersecurity leaders say Africa has become a hotbed for cybercrime activities. In 2022, the region has experienced an increase in DDoS attacks, ransomware attacks, attacks against industrial control systems (ICS), business email compromises, and phishing attacks — the list is endless. The region must take a collaborative defense approach to respond to this new threat environment. The challenge for enterprises has been to ascertain how much risk they are willing to accept to accomplish their mission. In the hybrid and interconnected world, the noticeable change has been the changing consumption patterns of security technologies, which require new ways to deploy frameworks. The enterprise’s success will depend on its endurance to balance offense and defense to mitigate these threats using the right tools, technologies, and best practices. To gain insights into how to establish a secure ecosystem in this dynamic world, attend ISMG’s cybersecurity summit and explore diverse cybersecurity trends from ransomware to supply chain attacks, infrastructure security to automotive cybersecurity, endpoint security featuring AI, connected devices’ challenges, critical infrastructure vulnerabilities, ICS risk, crypto challenges, extended detection and response, cyber insurance, and more. You can also earn your CPE credits by attending the summit. ISMG’s agendas provide actionable education and exclusive networking opportunities with your peers and our subject matter expert speakers. The event will be simulative on October 4, 2023 (8:30 am – 2:30 pm) and available on demand until the end of Day 2, October 5, 2023.

18 October 2024

United States

iSMG CISO Engage: Offsite 2024


While digital technologies, such as Web 3.0, blockchain, metaverse, and cloud, are revolutionizing businesses, they also pose certain security risks – necessitating CISOs to establish enterprise resilience. Inadequate cyber defenses impede digital innovation. Only cyber-resilient enterprises adept at enduring and containing attacks can innovate and thrive in a digital economy. This requires CISOs to align their strategies with business priorities, move to an offense mindset, and collaborate to ensure cybersecurity delivers business value. Robust risk management, incident response, and business continuity plans are crucial. Ultimately, leadership is pivotal in driving resilience. The ISMG Cybersecurity Summit: Mumbai brings together digital experts and thought leaders to discuss digital resilience, security, growth, and business transformation. The conference will cover various topics such as establishing trust with the board, how to thrive in a digital economy, what cross-border data movement entails, multi-vendor management challenges, and others. Security experts from technology partner organizations will share insights on the best practices for business transformation and protecting against emerging threats. You can earn CPE credits by attending ISMG’s Cybersecurity Summit.

18 November 2024

United States

Cybersecurity Defense Ecosystem Summit (CDES) + TopGolf Edison


The simplest way to describe CDES is “Extreme Cybersecurity Business Building in a Fun Environment”. You will go home with several ideas to build bigger, better, stronger and smarter cybersecurity managed services. The morning is loaded with very high-value real education from top-shelf speakers. The afternoon is packed with fun golf games, food, drinks and social networking.

05 December 2024

United States

iSMG IoT & OT Security Summit 2024


ISMG Summits feature carefully curated agendas delivering keynotes from industry luminaries, case-based learning, solution room workshops, private roundtable discussions, one-to-one networking, and more. Our geo-targeted, industry-specific, and topic-driven events provide actionable education for security leaders’ top priorities and challenges. Visit the event website to view the ISMG Event Experience video to see what your peers are saying about their participation.

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