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Cybersecurity - Powerful security made simple ( April 15, 2021 ) is the first event of this year's series, a conference specially crafted for IT and cybersecurity specialists.

The event’s structure is focused on two separate tracks: Enterprise Security and Hardware Security. Both will have two keynote speeches held by international speakers, one industry panel, and two other demo sessions. During the panels, top IT and cybersecurity experts will debate the challenges that face the industry these times, such as technologies meant to deliver a seamless digital experience, tech solutions that can optimize any business, cyber threats, and tools to future-proof businesses.

Speakers confirmed:

  • Paul C Dwyer is recognized as one of the world's leading experts in cybersecurity. As CEO of Cyber Risk International, Paul is specialized in corporate and enterprise security, development of cyber defense programs, and protection of business operations for CRI clients. Paul is part of several distinct groups, including IoD, IIEA (Institute of International and European Affairs), and MRI (Institute of Risk Management). He also wrote a book for the board of directors entitled "The Art of Cyber Risk Surveillance".
  • John Bambenek is the president of Bambenek Labs and Incident manager at SANS Internet Storm Center. He has more than 20 years of experience researching cybersecurity threats, cooperating with law enforcement agencies in the United States and abroad to help prosecute criminal perpetrators. Also, John contributed to create some IT courses and certification exams, covering topics such as reverse engineering malware, forensics, and network security.
  • Josh Pyoree - Senior Security Research Analyst @ Open DNS (Cisco), Hardware Security International Speaker Josh is an OpenDNS security analyst with over 15 years of experience. Previously, he was an IT Security Specialist at NASA, where he was part of the team that initially contributed to the construction of the security operations center. He was also the technical director for a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to homeless people in San Francisco. His professional interests involve the security of networks, computers and data, in order to maintain and improve the security of as many systems and networks as possible. He participated in 2010 at DEFCON, Vegas (one of the largest and most notable hacking events in the world), as well, he held conferences in various countries - Czech Republic, Bulgaria, US, Netherlands, UK, Austria.

Besides the content provided throughout the sessions, and the practical workshops, all attendees can take advantage of the networking breaks and discover the Digital Expo Area, where everyone can actively engage with top companies and their tech solutions designed for any type of enterprise. Use the Expo Area as a tool to chat, exchange contacts, and find out more about the companies.