Cyber Talks

October 20, 2022 | USA

Cyber Talks
Cybersecurity and digital privacy concerns permeate every aspect of government and industry, driving geopolitical decisions and determining how organizations battle ransomware. Cyber is a critical component in the Ukraine war and informs how the U.S. confronts China's global influence. And the need for digital privacy protections has lawmakers pushing for new technology regulations. In the face of these developments, the brightest minds from across government and industry have come together, taking action to secure critical infrastructure, bolster the digital defenses, promote cyber resiliency and create new consumer protections.

Spotlight

Viruses are one of the most common threats from email. You may also have heard the terms ‘worm’ or ‘trojan’, these are essentially different types of viruses. In essence, a virus is a program or programming code that replicates itself by being copied, or initiating its own copying, to another program, document or part of your computer.
Most viruses spread by enticing people to open an innocent looking email and/or attachment, which actually contains the virus. Viruses are particularly dangerous because they often arrive in emails from people you know, sending themselves on to all of the people in your address book.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

KC Cyber Security Conference

December 6, 2022 | USA

The Kansas City Cyber Security Conference is the region’s premier single-day event designed for the IT executive community. As technology continues to redefine business, geographic regions, and create border-less digital environments, it has become essential for IT executives to stay aware of global trends in order to integrate strategies into their operations. This allows your team to stay agile while maintaining your company’s competitive edge. The Symposium provides the region’s IT executives an opportunity to gather for a day of networking, collaboration, and knowledge-transfer through peer-led keynotes, breakouts, panels, and networking sessions.

InfoSec World Usa

September 26-28, 2022 | USA

InfoSec World is excited to be back in person on September 26-28. This leading cybersecurity conference for security practitioners and executives features expert insights, enlightening keynotes, and interactive breakout sessions that inform, engage, and connect the infosec community.

Cyber Security Summit Qatar

September 7, 2022 | Qatar

The 14th Edition Cyber Security Summit is an exclusive in-person event for cybersecurity leaders from leading enterprises in Qatar. As Qatar prepares to become the first Middle Eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup, like most developed countries, it remains vulnerable to cyberattacks given its high level of technology adoption and smartphone penetration rate Qatar has made significant investments in cybersecurity ahead of the FIFA 2022 World Cup and is projected to see the fastest growth in cyber security spending in the Middle East. As cyber threats across the world rapidly evolve, protecting Qatar’s critical ICT infrastructure and systems has become top priority. Cybersecurity leaders must overcome new risks inherent to their digital businesses.

Phoenix CyberSecurity Conference

September 21, 2022 | USA

FutureCon Events brings high-level Cyber Security Training discovering cutting-edge security approaches, managing risk in the ever-changing threat of the cybersecurity workforce.

Spotlight

Viruses are one of the most common threats from email. You may also have heard the terms ‘worm’ or ‘trojan’, these are essentially different types of viruses. In essence, a virus is a program or programming code that replicates itself by being copied, or initiating its own copying, to another program, document or part of your computer.
Most viruses spread by enticing people to open an innocent looking email and/or attachment, which actually contains the virus. Viruses are particularly dangerous because they often arrive in emails from people you know, sending themselves on to all of the people in your address book.

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