This list of cybersecurity events is updated every month and includes in-person events, virtual summits, and one-off webinars.
FloCon 2022 — Jan 11-13, 2022
FloCon is an online event dedicated to exploring the data-driven defense of enterprise networks.
Expect deep dives on technical topics like network beacon detection, self-modulating endpoint visibility, and cyber incident risk analysis.
Speakers this year include Melissa Vice, Interim Director of the US Department of Defense’s Cyber Crimes Center (DC3) Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP); Blake Anderson, Senior Technical Leader at Cisco; and Remi Cohen, Senior Threat Intelligence Engineer at F5.
Registration rates range from $25-$500.
International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Threats — January 21-22, 2022
The 16th International Conference on Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Cyber Threats (ICCSCCCT) is an academic conference where you can hear the latest research into cybersecurity presented by leading experts.
Some of the papers being presented include a study of users’ susceptibility to malware attacks, a look at gesture-based passwords, and an exploration of the efficacy of VR-based cybersecurity training.
This will be a great event if you’re a researcher or simply someone who’s fascinated by cybersecurity and wants to learn more about the leading edge of research in this field.
See the event’s websites for details on how to register.
Cybertech Global Tel Aviv— Jan 25-27, 2022
Cybertech Global visits Tel Aviv for a three-day conference featuring networking opportunities, industry showcases, and an impressive line-up of speakers offering practical advice to cybersecurity professionals.
The conference will focus on some of the most significant online threats that have been heightened by the pandemic, including ransomware, email compromise, zero-trust, and end-point security.
Speakers include Israeli President Isaac Herzog; Yigal Unna, Director General of Israel’s National Cyber Directorate; and Orna Berry, Director of Technology, at Google Cloud Israel.
A one-day pass to Cybertech Global Tel Aviv costs $800, while the full three-day pass costs $1000.
Nordic IT Security — Jan 27, 2022
Nordic IT Security is a networking event for security executives—an opportunity for CISOs, CIOs, and heads of departments to meet, mingle and learn from one another.
The event features sessions on zero-day vulnerability exploits, SQL injection, and cyber risks in the hybrid work environment.
Speakers include Steven Brown, Director of Cyber Security at Mastercard; Jason Lau, CISO at Crypto.com; and Edvardas Šileris, Head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3).
Registration is subject to approval, but if you’re verified as a “business executive,” you’ll pay €980 for a ticket.
The Future of Cyber Security — Jan 27, 2022
The Future of Cyber Security is a hybrid event, taking place online and at Old Trafford, Manchester (Manchester United’s home stadium).
With sessions on ransomware, DDoS attacks, and supply chain security, the conference should be suitable for security professionals at all levels of experience.
The event will feature talks by Steve Mulhearn, Director of Enhanced Technologies at Fortinet; Jessica Barker, author and Co-Founder of Cygenta; and Tim Peake, the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station.
Registration costs £225 + VAT for private sector delegates or £99 + VAT for public sector delegates (with discounts for groups).
IT-Defense 2022 — Feb 2-4, 2022
The IT-Defense conference is a three-day event—based in Berlin and available online—and recommended for network administrators, developers, administrators, data protection managers, IT security officers, and auditors.
The event will feature sessions on patch management, cyber-forensics, and complying with Germany’s IT Act.
Speakers include Paula Januszkiewicz, Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP at Microsoft; philosopher and writer Gunter Dueck; and Joerg Heidrich, Legal adviser and Data Protection Officer at Heise.
Registration prices range from €1,000-€2,000.
Fundamentals of CDO Leadership in Data-Driven Enterprises — Feb 3-4. 2022
The Chief Data Officer (CDO) plays a vital role in protecting their organization’s most valuable digital assets.
The Fundamentals of CDO Leadership in Data-Driven Enterprises conference is organized by Rasus global events. It will provide training and advice for CDOs on how to improve their company’s data protection and security.
Expect sessions on endpoint data protection, GDPR compliance for systems developers, and carrying out data protection impact assessments.
Registration is $1,495 with discounts for group bookings.
RSA Conference San Francisco — Feb 7-10, 2022
The RSA Conference is held in person at San Francisco’s Moscone Center and is also available online. It’s a great event for security professionals at all levels, with some solid introductory material alongside some more detailed and technical sessions.
Delegates can attend sessions on implementing the CIS Critical Controls, managing human risk, and understanding zero-trust technology.
Expect keynote speeches from Jen Easterly, Director of CISA; Mary O’Brien, General Manager of IBM Security; and American Paralympics champion Jessica Long.
There are several registration options, with prices ranging from $395 for a digital pass to $1995 for a full conference pass.
World Cyber Security Summit MENA — 15 Feb, 2022
The World Cyber Security Summit MENA focuses on the cybersecurity landscape of the Middle East and North Africa region—but even if you’re not involved in cybersecurity operations in MENA, you’ll still get some value from attending the event.
Alongside MENA-focused sessions about critical infrastructure protection, there will be panels on pen-testing, emerging technologies, security in finance, and more.
Speakers include Abdullah Faisal Biary, CISO at United Cooperative Assurance, Saudi Arabia; Ron Peeters, Vice President of the Middle East & Emerging Markets at Synack; and Sara Al-Megbel Of Women in Cyber Security Middle East.
Registration is free.
NDSS Symposium — February 27-March 3 2022
The Network & Distributed System Security Symposium will be held at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa in San Diego, California.
This is an academic conference allowing researchers to present their papers on the cutting-edge of security research.
The agenda has yet to be announced for this 2022 event, but last year saw sessions on vulnerability assessments in embedded systems, effective communications following cyber incidents, and limiting attack damage in the internet of things.
Registration details will be announced soon.
Black Hat Spring Trainings 2022 — Feb 28-March 3, 2022
Black Hat’s training programs are perfect for security professionals hoping to advance their knowledge and career potential. They’re being held in person this spring, at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel in Virginia, and online.
The program features training courses for security pros of all levels over the course of four days, in areas such as attacking and securing APIs, hacking and securing cloud infrastructure, and practical remote social engineering.
Prices vary from course to course, with most two-day trainings costing around $3,500, and four-day sessions coming in at around $4,250.
Cyber Security for Critical Manufacturing — March 22-23, 2022
Critical infrastructure providers are increasingly victims of serious cyberattacks—and subject to stringent cybersecurity requirements.
Munich’s Cyber Security for Critical Manufacturing event will feature sessions on managing shared supply chain risk, ransomware and operational technology, and closing IoT security gaps.
Speakers include Marcus Josefsson, VP Sales EMEA at Nozomi Networks; Joao Moita, Global Head of the OT Cyber Security Program at GSK; and Eric Singer, CISO, EMEA at Schneider Electric.
Early birds (booking before Jan 22) get a discount: €499 or €1,999 for vendors.
National Cyber Security Show 2022 — April 25-27, 2022
The National Cyber Security Show features a large exhibition of security vendors together with a full conference agenda and showroom. This is a great event to attend for networking and seeking security solutions.
The conference element of the show will feature sessions on understanding IT and risk management, protecting your hybrid workforce, and dealing with ransomware.
Speakers include Paul Colwell, Chief Technology Officer at CyberGuard; Darren Kewley, Technical Director of Protos Networks; and Morton Bell, Director at TecSec.
Registration has yet to open but you can register your interest here
Cyber Security for Critical Assets (CS4CA) World Summit — May 5, 2022
This 24-hour virtual event will explore the most pressing security concerns for professionals working with critical assets.
The agenda is divided into regions: Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America. There will be sessions on cyber-physical scams on critical infrastructure, cyber resilience and risk awareness, and the role of transparency in thwarting cyber attacks.
Speakers include Brad Flanagan, Head of Cyber Security at Essential Energy; Monica Verma, CISO at Helsedirektoratet; and Roxana Magdo, Director of BD, EMEA, and LatAm at Keysight Technologies.
Registration is $199, or $749 for vendors.
Central Ohio Infosec Summit — May 5-6, 2022
The Central Ohio Infosec Summit is a hybrid event that you can attend in person or online. Delegates can expect networking opportunities and training on information security issues.
The event’s agenda has yet to be announced, but confirmed speakers include Robert Herjavec, authors and founder of Herjavec Group; Helen Patton, Advisory CISO at Cisco; and Ted Harrington of Independent Security Evaluators (ISE).
Registration costs $255, in person or online.
Gartner Digital Workplace Summit — May 18-19, 2022
Gartner’s Digital Workplace Summit will be held in London, UK, and will focus on all aspects of digital work—particularly cybersecurity.
Expect sessions on employing secure and flexible cloud infrastructure, remote and hybrid workplace security, plus content about collaboration tools and platforms and enhancing remote employees’ experiences.
The full speaker list has not yet been confirmed, but we know Michael Woodbridge, a Senior Director Analyst at Gartner, will be making an appearance.
Early bird standard tickets are €2625, rising to €2975 on March 18.
Counter Terror Expo (CTX) 2022 — June 8-9, 2022
The Counter Terro Expo will be held at the ExCel Centre in London, UK, and will bring professionals from industry, government, and law enforcement to discuss technical approaches to combatting terrorism.
This is an exposition, so expect vendors and service providers demonstrating the benefits of their products together with seminars, workshops, and demonstrations.
Speakers have yet to be announced, but the agenda features sessions on protective security for crowded and public spaces, threat intelligence, and the public-Private security partnership.
You can view the event’s admissions policy here.
Infosecurity Europe — June 21-23, 2022
Infosecurity Europe is a large event held at the ExCel Centre, London, with security vendors exhibiting alongside some great conference content.
The full agenda is still TBC for this year, but there will be a range of keynotes, tech talks, showcases and workshops. This is a great event for anyone looking to learn what the industry has to offer or hoping to get the best use out of their existing security stack.
Registration has yet to open but you can register your interest by subscribing to the Infosecurity mailing list here.
CRESTCon UK — July 13, 2022
CRESTCon is a research-focused cybersecurity conference taking place in London, UK, suitable for academics or advanced cybersecurity practitioners.
Expect sessions on social engineering, data breach response plans, and access controls in Linux.
Speakers include Sarka Pekarova, Cybersecurity Consultant at SureCloud; Thomas V. Fischer, Security Advocate & Threat Researcher at FVT SecOps Consulting; and Costas Senekkis, Senior Security Analyst at ICSI.
Ticket prices range between £35-£175.
UKsec Cyber Security Summit — September 12-13, 2022
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.
Executive Women’s Forum — October 24-27, 2022
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.