We invite you to attend our 2021 Cyber Summit, bringing together cyber professionals from around the country for two days of engaging content plus a capture the flag event. This year’s summit is virtual, via the Whova app, with 4 keynote speakers and 40 presenters covering topics across 5 educational tracks. Most speakers will be live for maximum attendee engagement. Many of the speakers are InfraGard members from around the country who answered our call. Register NOW and have unlimited access to all the presentations on demand after the event. Event is FREE and is open for all cyber professionals.
Attendees will learn about industry trends and best practices from subject matter experts across five educational tracks:
1) Career Pathways – Hear from CISOs and educators on entering or expanding your career in cyber security;
2) Compliance, Risk, & Governance – Experts discuss the regulatory and legal side of cyber, including new standards, supply chain, paying ransomware;
3) Cloud Transformation – Sessions on planning, securing, migrating and managing your move to the cloud.
4) Security – Sessions on security culture, products, and best practices;
5) Industry Trends – Sessions on emerging technology.
Eddie Doyle, Cyber Security Strategist – CheckPoint Software
Working with university think tanks & enterprise organizations to deliver complex messages in an engaging manner has been Eddie’s forté & now he shares decades or success with those needing to find their voice.
Diana Kelley, CTO and Founding Partner Security Curve
Diana Kelley’s security career spans over 30 years. She is the co-author of “Practical Cybersecurity Architecture” and “Cryptographic Libraries for Developers” and lecturer at Boston College’s Masters program in cybersecurity.
Robin Pugh, President/CEO Dark Tower
DarkTower is an intelligence firm that leverages University partnerships and research to provide managed intelligence services to industry leaders in banking, insurance, social media, and ecommerce.
Marc Sachs, Deputy Director of Research Auburn University – McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security
After a 20 year career with the US Army Corp of Engineers, Mr. Sachs joined the National Cyber Security Division of DHS in 2003 as the departments first Cyber Program Director. He proposed and developed the early design for the US-CERT program launched in 2003.
Who should attend:
Cyber security and compliance professionals and those looking to move or expand their cyber career. Those looking to learn more about cloud and emerging technologies. Please share with peers and associates. Open to anyone.
Sessions will be live on the 27th and 28th. Early registration entitles attendees to access all sessions on demand for six months. Trend Micro is hosting a free CTF event on the 29th.