This series of cybersecurity courses and workshops is self-described by SANS as ‘hands-on’. Whether you are joining in-person in London or virtually via live stream, each course includes presentations from industry experts with real-time support from GIAC-certified teaching assistants.
A detailed agenda with speaker profiles is already online, as well as a short video that gives you an idea of what the courses are like. You can find it all here.
Tickets cost between €6,000-€7,000, with a few different add-ons (e.g. certifications and ‘on demand’ access), and discounts for early birds available.
This hybrid event invites attendees to learn from Cloudflare executives and special guest speakers about the present and future of internet and network security. Previous events have included keynotes, demos, hands-on labs, and real-world use cases.
Details for the Sydney event aren’t out yet, but the May event in New York explored a few questions including; Where is networking going next?, How can enterprises keep their data and workforces secure as workplace needs evolve?, Is Web3 really the future for the Internet?.
The in-person price for previous Cloudfare events was about £300 and included access to exclusive breakout sessions – but you could attend the keynote virtually, free of charge.
FutureCon organizes a huge number of virtual events in cybersecurity (2-3 per month!), with each one being shaped by their belief that “Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT problem”.
Events are aimed at C-suit executives and CISOs and include high-level cybersecurity training with an appreciation for the ever-changing threat landscape. Their panels consist of C-level executives who share their experiences in mitigating attacks, and there are also opportunities to demo the newest technology.
Events are $100, with discounts for early birds and reduced access options.
The UKsec Cyber Security Summit will be held in London and will focus on helping businesses to better protect their networks, data, and infrastructure from cyberattacks.
The agenda for September has yet to be announced, but last year’s event included sessions on digital supply chain security, best practices in incident reponse, and building a strong cybersecurity culture in your organization.
Registration costs £499 or £1,999 for vendors.
Following on from the National event in April, this exhibition and conference in London is attended by CISOs, government officials, and policymakers alike. The agenda is created by a board of experts that is chaired by Professor Ciaran Martin CB, former CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre and Professor at Oxford University.
The gathering includes ‘CISO Roundtables, Immersive Cyber Demonstrations, and a Global Cyber Summit’ and promises world-class education combined with practical business guidance. What’s more – tickets are free!
This event, taking place in Las Vegas (but also available online) includes dozens of sessions around professional development, with topics usually including cloud security; DevSecOps; governance, risk, and compliance (GRC); and career development.
Keynote announcements are still to come, but the agenda is otherwise complete and includes speakers such as Joshua Bregler (Head of Information Security, McKinsey), and Andrew Neal (Vice President Research, Gartner).
Virtual passes are $665 and onsite passes are $1,595, but there are also early bird deals and single-day passes available.
The Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo is a huge annual gathering of CIOs and senior IT leaders. The event is running over 4 days in Barcelona, Spain, and is tailored for a wider IT audience but includes discussion of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, culture, and more.
There will be 40+ expert speakers and 100+ sessions, designed to help businesses improve their strategies and find future-proof technologies.
Tickets are between €4,000 and €6,000 with a public/private sector split.
This conference, taking place in Leeds, England, aims to bring together solutions, industry peers, and business leaders. The event claims to be ‘the biggest of its kind in the North of England’, with speakers Alan Case (Head of Channel UK and Ireland, Heimdal Security) and Scott Riley (Founder, Cloud Nexus), and topics including real-world threats small businesses are facing, the ransomware of tomorrow, and hackers’ best-kept secrets.
Ultimately, attendees are promised that they will ‘learn something new and have a great time while doing so!’, with not only cybersecurity talks and demos but entertainment from Radio 4 comedian Alfie Moore.
Early-bird tickets are £60 until 30th June.
The Executive Women’s Forum describes itself as a “powerful community and caring sisterhood of women professionals in the information security, risk management, privacy, and related fields.”
The 2022 agenda hasn’t been announced yet, but attendees are promised access to over 1,000 infosec thought leaders aiming to help executive women improve their professional standing and learn from their peers.
The standard rate for registration is $895, with discounts for members and early birds available.
This one-day hybrid event began in New York City in 2013 and has grown ever since – ranking as one of the “Top 50 Must-Attend Conferences” by DigitalGuardian.
Designed to connect C-Level and Senior Executives with cutting-edge technology providers and IC experts, expert contributors include Marene Allison (CISO, Johnson & Johnson), Chad Adams (Cyber Security Advisor for DHS Region Six), and Sean Atkinson (CISO, Center for Internet Security). Attendance also earns you 8 CPE credits.
Tickets are $195 for in-person admission and $195 for virtual.
While the event was originally scheduled for May 10-12, 2022, it’s since been postponed to November 2022. This year’s presentations will all be focused our the central theme The New Cyber Era: Hyper Connected & Unbound.
Expect to hear from industry leaders about technology, cloud, application, and data security, compliance, and cross-border intelligence. You can even submit your own presentation here. It’s not too late.
You must be a member of FS-ISAC to attend. Learn more about eligibility and annual dues here.
This London-based event is set to include 5,000 attendees (56% director level and above) from around the world, 100+ speakers, and 125+ exhibitors.
The agenda looks at the issues security professionals face today and showcases innovative developments in the solutions market. Speakers have not been announced, but last year’s included Ian Hill (Global Director of Cyber Security, Royal BAM Group), David Everett (Executive Director, Cyber Assessments, JP Morgan Chase & Co), and Robin Smith (CISO, Aston Martin)
There is a huge range of pricing tiers for this event, from free to £479 with some virtual options.