First Annual Cyber Security Conference to be hosted in Chicago!


The First Annual Cyber Security Conference will be hosted in the city of Chicago from October 18-19, 2017. The venue will be McCormick Convention Center based in Chicago and will see big speakers like Steve Wozniak of Apple and Eugene Kaspersky of Kaspersky Labs hosting the event.

Since Chicago has one of the largest and most diversifies economies it will prove as a booming cyber market having significant growth in coming years. For this reason, the event organizers handpicked the scenic city of United States to host the mega event.

“Chicago is waiting for this Cyber Security Event”, said David Juniper, event director, Cyber Security Chicago. Juniper added that the event will bring together the thousands of IT professionals from around the world. They will discuss emerging trends, threats and ways to handle them now and in near future.

Cyber Security Chicago will feature emerging insights from leading security experts and how attendees can prevent and recover from a cyber attack. The two-day event will feature different sessions discussing everything from endpoint management to encryption and threat intelligence solutions.

All Security and Information Technology (IT) professionals from the US and around the world are encouraged to attend the event. It will give them a unique opportunity to network with visionaries and practitioners that are changing the face of the industry.

The highlight of this event will be a special session showcasing ‘Cyber Hack’. World leading experts will feature live hacks and demos at the session and will educate the industry on how hackers and pen testers break into corporate and government networks.

Eventually, the Cyber Security Chicago event is said to provide a space for attendees to share knowledge and resources that can be used to protect their company or country from cyber terrorism, cyber crooks, and other known cyber threats.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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