After the ‘Sell-Out’ success of GibCyber last event we are back ‘Brighter’ In association with the Royal Gibraltar Police to offer more colour, creativity and insights into cyber security and the online world, from face recognition robots to tracking the hacker.
Featuring Artificial Intelligence – GDPR – More Interaction – ‘Break out Rooms’ – Hack Demonstrations – Machine Learning – Blockchain – Best in Class Speakers – High ranking Law Enforcement – Cyber Experts from across the Globe and of course you!
Infosecurity Mexico is the most relevant Information Security event for Mexico and Latin America where CISOs, CIOs, CTOs and Heads of IT gather to discuss current and future issues, find innovative solutions to safeguard their companies and communities against cyber-criminals, and share information to develop a global culture of information security.
The event offers conferences, panels, workshops and certifications presented by opinion and industry leaders from all sectors focusing on understanding how to face, detect, respond, protect and recover from cybersecurity threats.
In 2014 we conducted the first Area41 conference with more than 350 participants. The conference is a direct successor to the hashdays conference, which we started in 2010.
Since the interest has been growing we had to make a few adjustments. We changed our location running the conference in the heart of Zurich, which makes it very easy for our international guests to join us quickly and without hassle. After we sold out hashdays in 2012, we were looking for a location that can provide the cozy comfort of the Radisson Blu in Lucerne, but provide more space and opportunities for our guests. We will be able to host more guests at a better price and we have great options for accommodation nearby.
Secondly and more prominently, we are retiring the name hashdays. While we are very, very (!) enthusiastic about our new location and looking forward to take things to a new level, we feel that hashdays belonged to Lucerne and to the specific atmosphere we created there. We will keep the hashdays brand alive by continuing to provide all archived materials, such as videos, presentations and notes available, but we decided to name our Zurich conference Area41, a name that represents our close association to DC4131, the local Swiss DEFCON group. It should also make things a little bit easier for all of you who got funny questions about the word ‘hash’ on your expense report…
The African market has been evolving at a gradual pace and has seen huge economic transformations in the recent years. Kenya has been one of the key drivers in the African economy to bring out drastic initiatives. Information and communications technology and the cyber space platforms have become he core pillars and key enablers of Kenya’s Vision 2030 considering its emphasis on transforming Kenya into an industrialized and secure country by laying its foundation on science, technology, and innovation. However, cyber security breaches and attacks are incumbent commonplace threats to organizations and individuals across the globe and are becoming impediments to Kenya’s transformation. It is of paramount importance to urgently and consistently drive national and regional cyber security dialog, and enhance our efforts to secure critical infrastructures and sensitive data. The success of cyber security heavily depends on multiple tangible and intangible factors such as the development of standards, policies and legal frameworks; assessments of risks, governance and compliance; law enforcement and legal interception; sharing and disseminating critical information and alerts; and most importantly create further education and regular awareness amongst the key stakeholders. In order to address the issues of cyber security, and to provide strategic thrusts to protect the critical infrastructure and sensitive information, Naseba, in partnership with the African Cyberspace Network, will organize the Pan-African Cyber Defense Summit (ACDS) in Nairobi, Kenya.
Swiss Cyber Storm is an international IT security conference in the domain of cyber attacks and defense. On the management and tech track, international experts talk about the latest findings, techniques, visions, opinions and lessons learned. To complement the talks, the conference features the opportunity to link with the swiss finalists team of the European Cyber Security Challenge. Swiss Cyber Storm provides a lot of room for the networking with national and international experts.
In 2018, we have witnessed our own quantum revolution. Quantum Cybersecurity is no longer a research topic only, but has clearly become a “must” for leading companies worldwide.
Now is the time to learn about it in the relaxing, healthy and stimulating environment of Les Diablerets winter resort in the Swiss Alps.
The Winter School will take place between 19-25 January 2019 and will feature two tracks:
The Executive Track will provide a high-level overview of quantum threats and cyber security during the first two days
The in-depth Technology Track will last the full week and go into all of the technical details
Following last year’s success, Insomni’hack returns for 2019 with two days of (at least) 2 tracks of conference.
2 days training will also take place from the 19th of March.
As usual, the CTF will be running the Friday 22nd of March in the evening. The teaser will be on the weekend of the 19th-20th of January 2019.
The West African Cyber Security Summit is a one-day conference co-located alongside Securex West Africa 2019. See key industry experts take to the stage as they host specialist sessions and panel discussions around the West African cybersecurity industry.
2017’s event brought together over 80 senior members and stakeholders from the private and public sector to learn about important developments, key trends, cutting-edge technology and discuss the latest risks and threats facing the future of the industry.
Speakers included leading experts from prominent cybersecurity firms and government agencies such as KPMG, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ernst & Young, G3, CSEAN, Interpol and more.
Devopsdays is a worldwide series of technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them. Each event is run by volunteers from the local area.
Most devopsdays events feature a combination of curated talks (see open calls for proposals ) and self organized open space content. Topics often include automation, testing, security, and organizational culture.
We are all coming together to watch the ‘celebs’ on the Ted Talk Style Stage, plus there will be rolling sessions and activity zones that you can be a part of when you wish. From Blockchain Explained & Examined, ‘Only Fools or ICO’s’ – A.I The Artificial Intelligence Trailers – Talking Techie – GDPR Clinic – Schools out Security Sessions – Cops v Robbers – Hacking is Child’s Play – The Future is Now – Got you Thinking?