Henry Dalziel | Information Security Conferences | August 15, 2016
This post is a summary of Cyber Security (InfoSec) events, conferences that are taking place this week. Here are some main highlights:
Security-Driven (Security for Automotives), August 16, 2016, 750 Cannery Row Ocean Terrace, Monterey, CA 93940, United States
Topics included in this conferece are security, autonomous vehicles, technology for automotives and cyber security, through presentations from networking opportunities, industry leaders and there’s a seated luncheon for registered participants.
Data Connectors Sacramento Tech-Security Conference (Cybersecurity Event), August 18, 2016, 001 Point West Way Sacramento, CA 95815 United States
Data Connectors’ technology security conferences are focused on providing you with the latest best practices, products and services available to the community right now in an educational environment.
SANS Data Breach Summit 2016, August 18, 2016, 701 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 United States
SANS is the one of the world’s biggest provider of cyber security training. We’re training over 40,000 cyber security professionals around the world each year. We work across 30 geographic areas. In those areas, SANS trains cyber security operatives and managers who are working in government departments, military bodies and large commercial organizations.
c0c0n (previously known as Cyber Safe), August 19 – 20, 2016, Thevally, Mathilil, Kerala 691601, India
c0c0n, previously known as Cyber Safe, is an annual event conducted as part of the International Information Security Day. Kerala Police will be playing the leading role in organizing a two day International Information Security Conference titled c0c0n 2016 in association with POLCYB -(The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace, was incorporated as a not-for-profit society in June 1999 . Based in British Columbia, Canada, their goal is to enhance international partnerships among public and private professionals to prevent and combat crimes in cyberspace) and ISRA – (a registered non-profit organization, as part of Information Security Day 2016). Various technical, non-technical, legal and community events are organized as part of the program. The number of digital security incidents and cyber-crimes are increasing daily on a proportionate rate. The cyberspace is demanding more and more security professionals and controls to curb this never ending threat to information systems.
6th Annual Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum (CSTTF), August 24 – 25, 2016, 1775 E Cheyenne Mountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906, United States
CSTTF is designed to further train and educate Cyber Security Professionals, Information Management Officers’, Information Technology Specialists and Communications Professionals. This will be accomplished through a number of in-depth cyber sessions, panel discussions, as well as through hands on government/industry exhibits and demonstrations.