Cybersecurity Events to Attend Virtually for the Last Quarter of 2020

19.11.2020 Read
Cybersecurity Events to Attend Virtually for the Last Quarter of 2020

The novel coronavirus has undoubtedly changed the world. Equip yourself with crucial information on cybersecurity now to protect your organization.

From new practices in cybersecurity to new ways to conduct our business processes remotely, we have experienced major changes this year due to the novel coronavirus. Home offices have become the new norm; as a result, many employees from all around the world use their own devices and WiFi/network to keep up with their work.

Working wherever and whenever has made life much easier for many of us but it has also brought a new set of challenges for cybersecurity professionals: Using personal networks and devices creates some serious vulnerabilities for your organization.

Information security and cybersecurity professionals from all around the world offer new methods and tools to solve the imminent problem. You can learn more about all of them at information security conferencesCybersecurity conferences provide professionals with the opportunity to network with other professionals, learn about new developments, broaden their horizons and acquire crucial insights from industry experts.

Hackers and cybercriminals never stop looking for unique ways to circumvent our security measures, which is why the cybersecurity scene never stops evolving. If you want to ensure the safety of your organization, you should join infosec conferences happening this winter! At the cybersecurity summits you can learn from cybersecurity experts and gain insight into ways of protecting your business from cyber attacks like social engineering, DDoS and more. In addition, you can also be one of the first people to see cutting edge technologies developed by security leaders.

You can browse our comprehensive list of virtual cybersecurity events in the last quarter of 2020. If you want to register, you need to visit the website of the event you are interested in.

Virtual Cybersecurity Conferences to Attend in the Last Quarter of 2020

Please note that the following virtual conferences are not ranked in terms of impact, importance nor value. They are simply listed chronologically.

National HealthSec eForum

Date: November 5, 2020

Cost to Attend: Free

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An impressive list of speakers including Jacki Monson, Vikas Chowdhry, Paul Connely, Stephan Hundley and Joseph Johnson will be addressing the most pressing issues of information security. We advise you to register as soon as possible since space is limited and you need to qualify to attend.

In order to ensure efficiency, sessions are interactive so that you can learn and network as much as possible.

Global Talent: What your Workplace & Workforce of the Future will Look Like

Date: November 10, 2020

Cost to Attend: Free

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Targeting the security leaders in Financial Services, this event offers a thorough discussion on data privacy and emerging collaboration paradigms. Join to learn more about data protection and emerging securities research projects.

Cybersecurity Digital Summit – Fall 2020

Date: November 10-12, 2020

Cost to Attend: Free

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With a speaker line up including Ramy Houssaini (CTRO at BNP Paribas) and Brian Robinson (Sr. Dir. Of Product Marketing at Blackberry), this event will both impress and educate you

Chief Information Security Officer Exchange

Date: December 8-9, 2020

Cost to Attend: Free

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Bringing together the most influential CISOs, this event offers a valuable opportunity to broaden your horizons and network. In this digital summit, you will be able to meet influential people and gain valuable insight.

2020 HMG Live! Financial Services CIO Executive Leadership Summit

Date: December 10, 2020

Cost to Attend: Free

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With more than 150 speakers, this event offers CPE education, online networking opportunities and virtual workshops. If you register, you will be able to learn more about threat hunting practices, real world applications of machine learning and data security.