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(ISC)² has opened registration for its 10th annual Security Congress taking place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, FL from November 16-18.
This year, (ISC)² Security Congress will bring together more than 3,000 professionals from around the world for three days of education and collaboration. Including an optional two days of pre-conference training, (ISC)2 members can earn as many as 44 continuing professional education (CPE) credits. This year’s conference agenda will include more than 200 speakers focused on topics from IoT, Security Automation and Industrial Control Systems to Cloud Security, Risk and Compliance, and Cybercrime. Special sessions for students, the next generation of cybersecurity professionals, and workshops focused on diversity and inclusion, will explore how to make the cybersecurity industry welcoming to everyone. Outstanding achievements in the industry will also be celebrated during our (ISC)2 Global Achievement Awards Ceremony, for which nominations will open on March 16. The full conference program will be published by June 5.
“Over the past decade, Security Congress has been focused on bringing together the best and brightest experts in security to tackle the most pressing issues in our field,” said Wesley Simpson, COO, (ISC)². “This year’s conference will be even more global in nature and will explore regional challenges in addition to global ones, as well as arm our members with the knowledge and inspiration they need to protect their organizations.”
In addition, the call for expert speakers is now open and submissions will be accepted until March 22, 2020. For more information about speaking requirements and to submit an abstract, please visit the submission page here.
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