As the supply chain security and cybersecurity landscape evolve, the industry becomes increasingly savvy about protecting digital assets. This year brings a slew of events dedicated to managing and enhancing cybersecurity knowledge and awareness. Some events will take place in person, while others will be virtual, making it possible for anyone to participate. We love this new reality!
These conferences will not be missed, so open your calendar app and plan accordingly!
Cybertech Global TLV
March 1 – 3, 2022
Tel Aviv, Israel
Cybertech features a diverse array of speakers from dozens of countries worldwide who are leaders in the cyber industry. Top executives, government officials, and leading decision-makers in the field will give the talks and lectures at the event. Cybertech includes conference sessions, special events by invitation, and a grand exhibition allowing attendees to meet and mingle with one another.
Speakers include known industry personalities from Israel, the US, and Europe, including Amir Sage, Cyber Coordinator of the Cyber Security Department in Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Merav Kenan, CEO of the Israeli High-Tech Association; Umino Atsushi, Director of the Office of the Director-General for Cybersecurity, MIC, Japan; and Janne Kankanen, CEO of the National Emergency Supply Agency of Finland.
Pharma Supply Chain & Security World 2022
Corvus Global Events
March 15 – 16, 2022
Counterfeit drugs are an ongoing problem for pharmaceutical companies that enter the supply chain at several points. This virtual event focuses on optimizing supply chain challenges in the pharmaceutical supply industry. In this online conference, participants will learn to create value across the supply chain by streamlining and designing an optimal supply chain network.
Innovations like IoT, AI, ML, and blockchain will be explored for their applications in transforming the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Among the speakers at the Pharma conference is Emre Gollu, Supply Chain Associate Director at UCB, and Himanshu Agrawal, Director – Global Process Owner & Innovation Lead, Supply Chain Logistics at GSK.
Women in Cybersecurity
March 17 – 19
The three-day WiCyS conference is the flagship event of Women in Cybersecurity. This organization has been around for a decade and is dedicated to advancing the role of women in the field of cybersecurity. The conference brings together veterans and newcomers to the industry from all walks of life and offers resume review and career mentoring opportunities.
This event is focused on opportunities for women but is open to all genders.
A slew of workshops, presentations, panel discussions, and more will feature speakers such as Sarba Roy, Product Security Engineer at Intel, and Natalie Pittore, Chief of Enduring Security Frameworks at the NSA.
March 22 – 23, 2022
Managing digital assets and services risks for supply chain security will major this year’s CISO Sydney event. At this event, Australia’s leading experts in information security will share their insights into improving cybersecurity culture and awareness. CISO Sydney encourages participants to “Be inspired, collaborate, disrupt.”
The featured keynote speaker is the Honorable Karen Andrews, MP Minister for Home Affairs of the Australian government.
She will discuss the government’s plans to protect the country, communities, and industries against cyberattacks. CISO Sydney promises to be a lively, social gathering exploring how Australian organizations approach cybersecurity from a holistic perspective.
(This conference was postponed)
This year’s Cybertech family of conferences will include an inaugural event in Miami. The summit will gather cyber leaders from the United States and Latin America to discuss challenges and solutions in cybersecurity today.
Some of the themes will include the role of media organizations in cybersecurity, cyber influence on intelligence-gathering, and the impact of 5G technology on cybersecurity. The full lineup of speakers at Cybertech Miami is yet to be announced, but seeing as this event is part of the Cybertech Global family, it promises to be an exciting, dynamic conference.
The Official Cyber Security Summit
March 25, 2022
Atlanta, GA and online
This 7th annual daylong conference is jam-packed and focuses on educating attendees about protecting vulnerable business applications and critical infrastructure. It offers attendees the opportunity to meet some of the leading solution providers in the United States and discover products and services bringing innovation to enterprise cyber security.
The sessions, presentations, and panel discussions feature some top cybersecurity experts today. Admission includes meals and networking opportunities, and a virtual live-stream option is available.
Chad Hunt, Supervisor of the FBI’s Computer Intrusion Squad, will be a keynote speaker at the summit. Those looking to get a head start can already access the summit’s online Security Content Sharing portal to learn about protecting businesses from cyber attacks.
GFMI’s 14th Edition Third-Party Vendor Risk Management for Financial Institutions
April 11 – 13, 2022
New York, NY
The Global Financial Markets Institute’s 14th edition event will offer third-party risk professionals innovative perspectives on supply chain resilience and provide new insights into managing third-party risk.
Taking place in the heart of the world’s financial center, speakers at this event include some of the foremost experts in cybersecurity and risk management from the big banks.
Key sessions include Scotiabank’s talk on boosting supply chain resilience and MUFG Union Bank’s session on identifying concentration risk. Among the notable speakers are Donald Saxinger, Chief of IT Supervision at FDIC, and Dolly Singh, Managing Director, Global Head of Corporate Third Party Oversight at JP Morgan.
Supply Chain Meetup
April 26 – 28, 2022
Focused on the retail supply chain’s current state and evolution, Supply Chain Meetup is a virtual gathering that provides collaboration, networking, learning, and career development opportunities. The online event will bring together hundreds of experts from across the retail supply chain. The full lineup will be announced in the coming weeks.
Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference
May 3 – 5, 2022
This event allows attendees to discuss trends and issues in information security and privacy with their peers and hear from some of the leading solution providers in the field.
The theme of this year’s conference is The Future is Ours to Shape: Developing Staff and Operations for Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity and Privacy. Cybersecurity and privacy professionals were invited to submit their proposals for this grassroots educational event, including information-sharing, networking, and collaboration.
(Postponed: Cybertech Asia has been postponed till May 2023 )
Sands Expo, Singapore
Cybertech Asia will take place in Singapore next summer. The event will be being held in partnership with Milipol, Asia-Pacific’s leading international homeland security international event. The conference will feature a range of sessions and special events on cybersecurity. The entire speaker schedule is yet to be announced, but interested parties can already get involved through an online portal that can be used for networking with other conference-goers.
Cybertech Asia serves as a dialogue on threats and solutions that impact the global community. Topics covered at the conference include finance, mobile, health, mobility, insurance, and more.
RSA San Francisco
June 6 – 9, 2022
At the four-day RSA Conference, cybersecurity professionals come together to discuss perspectives and challenges and network with one another. The event features an Expo in which attendees will find products and solutions and a digital-only option for those unable to attend the conference in person.
Some of the notable speakers include Dr. Christopher Pierson, Founder and CEO of BlackCloak. Tim Weston, Cybersecurity Coordinator at the DHS/TSA, and Alyssa Miller, Business Information Security Officer at S&P Global Ratings.
Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit
June 7 – 10, 2022
National Harbor, MD
The Gartner Management Summit is aimed at chief information security officers and leaders in cybersecurity and risk management. It will feature keynote speakers from leading IT security personalities alongside experts from Gartner’s team of unbiased analysts. The conference will focus on establishing an agile security program, fostering a human-centric security culture, and devolving risk ownership.
Participants will choose to attend sessions from among eleven unique tracks, such as Cyberthreat: Mitigation, Preparedness, Exposure Management; Infrastructure Security; Midsize Enterprise; Identity and Access Management, and several others.
Cybertech Global UAE – Dubai
June 13 – 14, 2022
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Cybertech Dubai will focus on timely topics in cybersecurity with industry experts and government officials worldwide. Cybertech Dubai features a diverse range of speakers in the global hub that connects Europe, Africa, and the Far East.
The sessions and special events will focus on AI, Advanced IoT, big data, cloud, blockchain, and more. Leaders will deliver talks in government and enterprise from throughout the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Total Security Conference Hong Kong
July 7, 2022
CISOs, heads of IT, heads of security, and regulators face a rapidly-changing climate filled with new vulnerabilities. As cyberattacks become more sophisticated and remote work becomes the norm, security and risk mitigation priorities evolve. The 8th annual Total Security Conference focuses on ensuring a seamless transition to virtualization through efficiently securing data, endpoints, and operational touchpoints. This conference features information sessions, meetings, and networking to allow corporate, public, and government agencies to enhance their approach to cybersecurity.
The lineup of speakers is not yet finalized; stay tuned…
CSO50 Conference and Awards
Location to be announced
The CSO50 Conference and Awards feature risk strategies for rising threats. It will showcase innovation to protect and defend risk leadership and innovation to preserve and defend risk leadership and innovation.
Top leaders in risk management and cybersecurity will be awarded at the conference and present talks on recent developments in the industry.
Some of the speakers slated to present at this conference include Keith Slotter, VP Corporate Security at JetBlue Airways; Nicole Ford, VP & CISO at Carrier; and Jessica Bair, Director of the Cisco Secure Technical Alliance at Cisco.
National Cyber Summit
September 21 – 22
NCS2022 is billed as the nation’s most innovative cybersecurity-technology event. It offers educational, collaborative, and workforce development opportunities for industry visionaries and rising leaders in the field.
The summit will bring together leaders of both enterprise and government organizations to discuss digital forensics, supply chain cybersecurity research, data mining, and the societal impacts and ethics of cybersecurity. Several tracks of the conference will run concurrently, and the list of speakers includes Chris Cleary, Principal Cyber Advisor of the US Navy; Brian Turner, Executive Assistant Director of the Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch of the FBI; and Merritt Baer, Principal Security Architect at Amazon Web Services.
September 26 – 29, 2022
Coronado Springs, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
One of the longest-running events of its kind, InfoSec World is in its 28th year and offers some of the industry’s premier education and networking opportunities. This year’s conference includes summits and workshops on supply chain security, ransomware, threat testing, cryptocurrency, cloud security, and more. Each of these topics will be expanded upon at the conference, such as the cloud security summit and supply chain workshop, taking place on the event’s final day.
Speakers are yet to be finalized, and the world’s leading companies have been presenters at previous InfoSec conferences. InfoSec World provides attendees with the tools and information they need to stay at the forefront of today’s cybersecurity challenges.
International Cyber Expo
September 27 – 28, 2022
The International Cyber Expo unites government, industry, and academia at a series of roundtable discussions, pavilions, exhibitions, demonstrations, and a summit. All focused on the primary issues facing cybersecurity professionals today. The expo will also showcase the latest products, technologies, and services from over 350 leading industry suppliers. Attendees will include leaders in cyber policy, government, CISOs, export leaders, and other C-suite professionals coming together to discuss protecting and securing high-level networks.
Cyber Security World Asia
October 12 – 13, 2022
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
This event brings together industry leaders from some of the top cybersecurity companies throughout Asia and the world. Cyber Security World is suitable for security professionals in dozens of roles who share a common desire to invest in cybersecurity and defend their businesses from cyber threats.
This year’s lineup is still being finalized, but past exhibitors include the world’s leading cyber security suppliers and the latest technologies and solutions. An exciting rapid-fire pitch showcase will feature at the conference, allowing companies to pitch their products and solutions to potential investors, partners, and customers.
Insider Threat Summit
3 November 2022
The Insider Threat Summit unites government agencies with private enterprises to discuss the problem of insider threats. This year’s conference will focus on vulnerabilities about cybersecurity challenges. Topics will include risk analysis and continuous evaluation or monitoring, AI and machine learning, economic espionage, counterintelligence, threat monitoring, and more.
There you have it – our picks for the top 20 cybersecurity and supply chain security events of 2022. Whether you plan to attend in person or join some of these events virtually from the comfort of your own home, you’re sure to gain valuable insights into the latest cybersecurity developments.
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