Chicago Cybersecurity Conference


June 27, 2024Location:Hyatt Rosemont, Illinois, USA

Embark on a journey of cybersecurity excellence at the Chicago Cybersecurity Conference, a paramount convergence where you’ll unlock invaluable insights for masterfully navigating the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats in 2024. Immerse yourself in the collective wisdom shared by industry vanguards and influential trailblazers, while directly engaging with representatives from elite global providers of cybersecurity solutions.

Embrace the Chicago Cybersecurity Conference as your pivotal juncture to forge connections with peers and industry virtuosos, all within an engaging in-person environment. Engrossing discussions will span a diverse spectrum of topics, from the forefront of cybersecurity challenges to ingenious strategies meticulously designed to fortify your organization against the unrelenting prowess of cyber adversaries.

Uncover the full array of intricately tailored offerings, meticulously crafted by Data Connectors exclusively for the Chicago Cybersecurity Conference, ready and waiting for your exploration!

Admission is $150 (without a affiliate code) for each attendee, which includes a full catered lunch, breakfast, snacks, cocktail networking reception, access to all educational presentations, keynote speakers, panel discussions, and exhibit hall.

You can use the AFFILIATE CODE: ECCOUNCIL to register for a complimentary VIP pass to the conference as an EC-COUNCIL member.


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