Cybersecurity researchers and industry experts are looking to make the most of the information technology industry’s evolving and ever-expanding cyber security requirements.
In the latest edition of the cyber security industry’s premier conference, InfoTech Cybersecurity 2016, experts discussed best practices and best-practice tools for research, development, testing, evaluation and deployment, according to the National Cybersecurity and Information Systems Association.
The conference is being held at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where researchers from universities around the country are joining forces to create a comprehensive curriculum that will help the nation stay ahead of the emerging threat of information and communications technology threats to the nation and its citizens.
Among the highlights of the conference:The conference will focus on four key topics:1.
Cybersecurity requirements for organizations2.
Information technology requirements for businesses3.
Security architecture and design4.
Security training for employers and employeesThe focus of the Cybersecurity Summit is on the most pressing security challenges facing organizations.
In this regard, the event will include presentations from representatives from government agencies, private industry, academia, academia and the information security community.
The goal of the event is to help organizations and the public better understand how organizations are dealing with cyber threats, how best to address them and how best they can prepare their organizations for the future.
For instance, in the event that a threat is identified in an organization’s network, the information systems administrator has to decide how best he can protect the organization and the people it employs.
The goal of this session is to assist organizations in determining the best practices that will support their cybersecurity strategy, while also providing an opportunity to share with the public information on the state of cyber security in the United States and around the world.
The Cybersecurity Council is also hosting the annual International Cybersecurity Forum in Chicago, which is held in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to explore ways to enhance security across the world through collaboration among governments, academia as well as the private sector.
The International Cyber Security Forum will focus in part on how to enhance cybersecurity at the international level.
This event is also designed to address the challenges that organizations have in securing their networks and protecting their employees.
It will include workshops, panels and an open forum.