CyberNOW 2021 – SAVE THE DATES!!!
The 6th Annual CyberNow Summit is coming, April 27, 28, & 29, 2021.
InfraGard Birmingham Member Alliance and TechBirmingham are excited to present this three-day event featuring the region’s top cybersecurity professionals for training, networking, business development, and engaging content.
In 2020 300 attendees joined us for the two day event and 12 hours of presentation, education and dialogue – all streamed live from the Forge Workspace at the Pizitz in Birmingham.
For 2021, we have leaned in to the virtual experience and expanded the schedule to include multiple concurrent tracks and are planning for the following topics:
If your are interested in being a speaker or panelist, please answer our call for speakers.
Legal/Regulatory – new security or privacy laws, risk management, risk assessment, 3rd party/vendor security risk, security frameworks (NIST, SOC, ISO, etc.), auditing techniques, cyber insurance, and ransomware/incident response.
Emerging Technology – dark web, SOAR (Security orchestration, automation, and response), securing the cloud, SOC effectiveness, endpoint security, blockchain, new authentication methods, machine learning & automation.
Current Security Methods – data protection, security awareness, phishing, hackers & threats, identity & access management, IoT, mobile & consumer device security, TechOps & infrastructure, analytics/intel & response, DR/BCP/IR, AppSec & DevOps, Zero-Trust
Security Leadership – digital transformation, cloud strategy & roadmaps, CARTA – an emerging strategic approach to security, responding to ransomware/threats, executive/board expectations & strategy, dark data, communicating the security message to executives, pandemic challenges, work-from-home strategies/challenges
College/Career – “A day in the Life” of a Security Professional, How to Start a Career as a Security Professional, etc.
Attendees will have access to the content on demand via the Whova app for 6 months.
Visit www.cybernowsummit.com for details.
The CyberNow Summit is a joint-effort of the leaders in Birmingham’s IT community. Revenue from the event helps to sustain the conference and, even more, fund scholarships for promising students interested in a future cybersecurity career.