The Security Industry Association (SIA) has announced the details for AcceleRISE 2020 – a virtual conference created by SIA’s RISE community for young professionals in the security industry – taking place July 27-31.
The old curse has come true: we are “living in interesting times.” None of us could have possibly foreseen the way that 2020 has evolved, least of all, conference professionals. Gartner says it’s taking a $158 million hit in its Q2 revenues; O’Reilly went one huge step further, permanently shuttering its in-person events business. Aside from those gatherings, an entire slew of security meetings has moved into the virtual realm. In-person conferences during the pandemic are seen as being too hazardous and unsafe. It's now better to meet online than to risk spreading the virus.
As with all digital and online tools, there are inherent security risks associated with utilizing video conferencing platforms. What are some concrete steps that consumers and organizations alike can take now to improve security while video conferencing?
Zoom has announced robust security enhancements with the upcoming general availability of Zoom 5.0 as part of their 90-day plan to proactively identify, address and enhance the security and privacy capabilities of the Zoom platform.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation and Attorney William M. McSwain warned the community about the potential for hackers to invade and disrupt videoconference meetings that are taking place as Americans use video-teleconferencing (VTC) platforms to conduct online meetings during the coronavirus pandemic.
Which security conferences have been canceled, postponed or going virtual in 2020 due to the coronavirus? Here is a list of security conferences for cybersecurity and physical security professionals, that are still proceeding as planned, going virtual or that have been postponed or canceled.
As large numbers of people turn to video-teleconferencing (VTC) platforms to stay connected in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, reports of VTC hijacking (also called “Zoom-bombing”) are emerging nationwide.
Taking place across the U.S. and the world, cybersecurity conferences can offer unique opportunities for cybersecurity professionals, such as hands-on workshops, networking and certifications. They also provide cybersecurity leaders with greater security awareness of threats, tactics and best practices needed to effectively thwart attacks on the systems and assets they protect. Here, Security brings you a list of the top 20 cybersecurity conferences in the U.S. in 2020.
Traditional and information security practitioners from across the industry will find more than 200 educational programs set across 24 tracks at this year’s co-located ASIS event, including sessions dedicated to specific security concerns and challenges faced in the retail sector.
ICS Cyber-Security is the conference where industrial control systems users, ICS vendors, system security providers and government representatives meet to discuss the latest cyber-incidents, analyze their causes and cooperate on solutions. Read More
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