Registration is open for the 2022 New Jersey Cybersecurity Virtual Conference: Connect-Collaborate-Careers, hosted by Seton Hall University. The third annual statewide cybersecurity conference will connect students, university faculty and administrators with cybersecurity business leaders.

Registration is now open for the free virtual conference, which is scheduled for October 14, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.

Open to all of New Jersey's higher education communities and cybersecurity industries, this conference is designed to raise awareness of cybersecurity career opportunities for higher education students and new college graduates to convey the appeal of cybersecurity careers. Business leaders and university experts will speak about resources available to students seeking a cybersecurity career, as well as discuss the qualities ideal job candidates possess. The conference is also open to college students and new graduates outside of New Jersey.

Conference highlights include a keynote address by Sam Curry, Chief Security Officer for Cybereason, and a welcome speech from New Jersey’s Secretary of Higher Education Brian K. Bridges, Ph.D., who is responsible for policy development and coordination of higher education activities for the state. The conference will also include panels on the following topics:

  • Preparing for a career in cybersecurity
  • Diversity employment in cybersecurity: Opportunities for women and minorities
  • Day in a life of a cybersecurity professional
  • Student presentations on cybersecurity contributions

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