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With cybersecurity threats on the rise, it’s time to strengthen your organization’s defenses. In-person events and online webinars can help. They give security, compliance, and business professionals a chance to discuss what’s top of find, share advice, and network.
To help you learn and level-up your cyber strategy, we’ve selected ten cybersecurity events to attend throughout July.
There’s something on our list for every niche—whether you’re a CISO, an infosec analyst, or just someone who wants to learn more about this crucially important discipline.
With some pandemic restrictions still in place, many of our events are taking place online, but be sure to confirm this before you attend.
Register here: https://hardwear.io/usa-2021/register.php
This six-day event features in-depth training sessions on all things hardware security, including assessing and exploiting PLCs, reverse engineering integrated circuits, and attacking Secure Boot.
Hardware security is a pretty niche field, so you won’t want to miss this event if you’re involved in this sector—it’ll be a great opportunity to learn from your peers and get in a (virtual) room with like-minded professionals.
Register here: https://cybersecuritysummit.com/summits/
Having run for nearly 30 years, this conference has earned the right to call itself The Official Cyber Security Summit. With sessions on insider threats, the future of cloud security, and the rise of ransomware, this event is a great way to learn from and engage with infosec leaders.
The Official Cyber Security Summit is a great place for CISOs and other security professionals looking for an eclectic program to help them develop their knowledge and careers—and earn eight CPE credits in the process.
Register here: https://www.richmondevents.com/
The Richmond Cyber Security Forum offers a mix of keynotes, workshops, and personal development sessions. You’ll get to meet and mingle with peers, and secure some face-to-face time with the U.K.’s cybersecurity industry leaders.
There are two main reasons to attend this event: as a delegate—to exchange ideas with like-minded security professionals in an informal setting, or as a supplier—to gain access to 100 senior decision-makers in the cyber sector.
The conference agenda is available on request. Previous speakers include:
Register here: https://iapp.org/conference/iapp-asia-privacy-forum/
The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) is the best-respected industry accreditation body for privacy—and they sure know how to put on a great conference. This IAPP event will consider how privacy regulation is developing in Asia in terms of consumer rights, privacy-enhancing tech, data management, and more.
If your company operates in Asia, then your Data Protection Officers, privacy counsels, and any other privacy or security-focused professionals will benefit from attending this event—to keep abreast of the latest regulatory developments in the region.
Register here: https://www.ismgcorp.com/ismg-summit/registration
Recent high-profile cyberattacks on public agencies and critical infrastructure have sharpened governments’ focus on cybersecurity. Information Security Media Group (ISMG)’s conference provides insights from the people responsible for driving public policy on decision-making.
Most sessions at the ISMG Virtual Cybersecurity Summit: Government focus on the role of the CISO. This event is an opportunity for security leaders in your organization to gain insight into the upcoming changes and challenges that might arise from government intervention in cybersecurity.
Register here: https://rfg.circdata.com/publish/InfoSec2021/simplereg.aspx
Infosecurity Europe is the meeting place for infosec’s “finest minds”, with a great range of sessions from a truly impressive line-up. The conference will feature panels on building security-awareness culture, mitigating the risk of insider threats, developing a “human-centric” approach to cybersecurity, and more.
Infosecurity Europe will cover everything from basic security principles to advanced practice, so CISOs and IT leaders should not miss this event—and should make sure anyone in their organization with a stake in cybersecurity attends with them.
p.s., we’ll be there! More information about our speaking slot and (virtual) booth coming soon.
Register here: https://westminsterinsight.com/booking/3632
Nearly half of all crime in England and Wales is committed online. The Policing Cybercrime conference brings together cybercrime experts to explore how law enforcement and other stakeholders can respond to online threats.
Attend the Policing Cybercrime Digital Conference if you want to understand how society is responding to the cybercrime epidemic—whether you’re involved in law enforcement, government, the justice system, private industry, international organizations, or academia.
Register here: https://icaita2021.org/nco/
The seventh International Conference on Networks and Communications (NCO 2021) is a forum for experts to share their knowledge of computer networks and data communications, including network security, cloud computing, and machine learning.
The conference is well-suited to CISOs looking to understand the latest technical developments in their field, together with engineers, computer scientists, and academics.
Register here: https://events.rantcommunity.com/RANTRadiowithTrendMicro
While many industries have suffered due to COVID-19, cybercrime has prospered. RANT Radio’s Mutated Cyber conference will explore “the ‘was’, ‘is’ and ‘will be’ of cybercrime in a post-pandemic age.”
CISOs and CEOs with teams working from home should learn a lot from this conference, which will focus on how the pandemic has caused a rise in social engineering attacks.
Register here: https://blackhat.informatech.com/2021/
Black Hat USA is 24 years old, and there’s a good reason this event has stuck around for so long. Black Hat USA provides a package of advanced training courses, on infosec topics as diverse as vulnerability research, securing Windows infrastructure, using adversarial AI for hacking—plus briefings from infosec thought leaders.
Black Hat USA is a must-attend for any infosec professional looking to level up their skills, learn from industry leaders, or understand the latest techniques in their adversaries’ toolkits.
p.s., we’ll be there! More information about our speaking slot and booth location coming soon.