IntelliGRC Event Schedule
Where We Have Been
DigiCert Trust Summit
The DigiCert Trust Summit is an opportunity for security professionals to enhance their skills and knowledge, network with industry leaders and security experts, collaborate about solutions for our toughest security challenges, and explore the power of digital trust in the real world. We learned about AI, PQC, DNS, DMARC, BIMI, and so much more. There were representatives and executives from all around the world, some of which experienced USA for the first time in Las Vegas.
CS2 2023: Denver
A quick trip to Denver for Summit 7’s CS2 was absolutely worth it. The latest and greatest news from top experts on cloud security and compliance with a focus on DFARS and CMMC.
This is continually one of the best educational events with only select speakers and panelists presenting on the most interesting topics. The audience is largely technical, comprised of decision makers showing up to find solutions and analysts just there to learn.
You can find a lot of the CooeyCOE people here as well; we highly recommend attending!
IntelliGRC was happy to send our team to man the booth at National Cyber Summit in Huntsville. With so many great things happening in this area and plenty of great companies like MARS suite already setting up offices there, you have every reason to go check this out.
Von Braun Conference center houses a large conference with a lot to do. A good mix of educational content and sponsors sharing about their businesses. With plenty of job opportunities, networking, and a Cyber Cup challenge, it is worth checking out.
Cybersecurity Summit DC Metro
This was a great way for executives to find products and solutions to better secure their organization’s digital assets. You can expect some great technologies, awesome raffle prizes, and gourmet cuisine. The networking was the best part, a lot of decision makers and plenty of experts presenting a variety of solutions.
A cybersecurity conference put on by Jake Kouns and his team. It consisted of several different activities, vendor booths and demos, tons of food, and an intentional atmosphere for networking. There were lock picking rooms, capture-the-flag hackathons with crazy prizes, and 3-4 talks given by SMEs throughout each day with a variety of topics ranging from “Trying to cheat at life using ChatGPT” to “A tale of an Active Directory Pentest” to (my favorite) “The State of NIST/CMMC Compliance Today.” Although this conference was really geared towards the Red/Blue/Purple Team field of cybersecurity, there were a lot of vendors servicing many categories of security from XDR/MDR/EDR/etc. to SIEM to other GRC vendors.
Valley Tech Con
Oh Shenandoah. Our team had a great time presenting at the Valley Tech Conference hosted near James Madison University. There is a surprising effort to grow the community in Harrisonburg and surrounding areas, many businesses adapting to remote life, shared offices, and embracing new technologies and cybersecurity solutions. We also learned about the education and hiring programs that are showing great success in the area.
FCEDA – Infrastructure Innovation Summit
This event dove into current trends in cybersecurity solutions and cutting-edge technologies for the construction industry. We also learned about the necessary investment programs to address current homeland security challenges, and the needs of resilient infrastructure and physical security.
Where We are Going
CyberQuest Leaders Breakfast
Be part of interactive discussions on DoD’s CS Program, and key considerations and ideation for sustainable success of the supply chain. This is a unique opportunity to hear a fireside chat between Stacy Bostjanick, Chief, Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity, Office of DoD CIO, and Hon. Ellen Lord, the first Undersecretary for Defense, and notable industry veteran.
Where should we go next?
Invite us to events you think are worthwhile and we will do our best to attend. Reach out to Marketing@intelliGRC.com to share your thoughts.