Cybersecurity Career Summit

Join us this fall as the world's leading experts on cybersecurity and the business of information security guide you in launching, advancing or accelerating a successful and fulfilling cybersecurity career, whether you're just getting started or an expert in the field.

100% free to attend. This is a #NoPitchEvent.

Until the Conference starts

"Being the best in the world is seriously underrated.” ­ Seth Godin

"Compromise is the enemy of that. So is fear. So is the desire to fit in or be average.
Overreaching is possible, but talent is almost never the problem."

With more than 30 of the world's sharpest information security minds sharing some of their best ideas, insights, and their most actionable advice, it's can be hard to decide what to attend! Here are a few talks we know you won't want to miss:

Amazing Cyber Security!

Why a Cybersecurity Career Summit?

By 2015, US cybersecurity job openings were up 74% over the previous five years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

ISACA projected that the demand for cybersecurity talent would rise to 6MM this year, with a projected shortfall of nearly 2 million security professionals. Yet information security analysts are expected to see job growth of 28% between 2016-2026 (much faster than average), earning an average of $98,350/yr.

The number of cybersecurity training programs grew only 33% between 2013 - 2017 with graduates increasing by 40%, while the number of jobs requiring cybersecurity skills grew 94%, according to a report released on June 25, 2019 by workforce analysis firm Burning Glass Technologies.

So, what does that mean to you?

We have a Talent Shortage!

In her 2019 Cybersecurity Job Outlook, Heather Stratford-Geibel pointed out that "the cybersecurity talent shortage is at a 12 year high [and] has been forecast for the last decade but is increasing in scope and severity...  especially concerning for employers."

In order to survive the employee shortage... the best approach will be to ... develop the skill profiles in desirable candidates, and look to women, millennials, and those traditionally overlooked but with the ability to learn and grow."

Help Wanted! Cyber Security Specialist Needed!

Learn from amazing companies like these

The Number One Cyber Security Threat Facing The World! September 20, 2019, 10:34 PM
Adam Anderson Chairman & Chief Strategy Officer, Hook Security
Interview with Chris Sutherland September 18, 2019, 07:37 PM
Chris Sutherland Chief Information Security Officer & Tribe Lead: Fraud and Cyber Security (ML), ING
CISO Panel September 25, 2019, 02:57 PM
Chris Sutherland, Richard Rushing, Daniel Miessler, Richard Stiennon and Adam Anderson
Interview with Jason Oliver September 29, 2019, 12:24 AM
Jason Oliver Chief & CEO, Tikras Technology Solutions Corp

With 30 career experts on the business of cybersecurity, the strategies, tactics and techniques you need to ensure a successful information security career are but a session away.

Our experts will be sharing their years of knowledge, strategies and tactics. If you’re interested in being successful in a job or career in information security, they've got you covered!

Meet the speakers

The Cybersecurity Career Summit provides expert content in a format that enables you to focus on the areas and domains you need help with.

Unlike physical conferences where you may end up standing in line only to miss a talk in a full room, or  sitting through talks you just don't need, the Cybersecurity Career Summit is streamed globally, entirely online. Dip in and watch the specific talks you need to transform your career, or catch them all. It’s up to you!

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Security Management
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