By attending a cyber security event, CISOs and cyber security professionals increase their insight into the current status of information security. In a constantly changing industry, questions such as “what do I do if I get hacked” and “how can I increase my cyber security defenses” should be on the tips of most attendees’ tongues…
Cyber Security Seminars
Cyber Security events such as Cyber Security Europe and Cyber Security Chicago provide a platform for individuals to learn how to protect their business from criminal gangs, hackers and more. Many cyber security events provide free educational seminars, usually presented by technical experts or industry leaders, providing a great way for attendees to apply evolving cyber defense theory to their own organisation.
Cyber Security events tends to focus on real life practical examples of cyber security breaches and the defenses required to prevent any cyber-attacks. By attending a cyber security case study session, event attendees will discover what some of the “victims” of cyber hacks have endured, how they happened and what measures have since been put in place to prevent further breaches.
One of the most efficient ways of keeping up with technology advances in a fast moving technical market is to approach the stands of exhibitors. Many will be launching products or services and there will be no shortage of experts on hand to offer bespoke advice and assistance. Plan you day ahead of time as some events can be busy and have a plethora of exhibiting organisations spread across a substantial area.
Many cyber security events will offer a “live hack” or similar demo, this is a great way for attendees of cyber security events to share ideas with White Hat hackers, security gurus, speakers and enthusiasts from the industry. By watching a live practical demo attendees should leave feeling less confused as to the methods and capabilities of the modern hacker.
Cyber security events tend to be busy places, but this can prove to be an advantage to those looking to expand their professional network. Successful events tend to attract attendees in their thousands, so take advantage of this by reaching out to peers and making use of any meet-up style sub-events as well as Q+A’s with cyber security experts.