AI Cybersecurity Conferences
Want to learn more about how AI and ML will impact cybersecurity in 2023? Then look no further. We detail can’t-miss cybersecurity events being held around the world.
Hot AI Cybersecurity Topics
Botnets are networks of computers controlled by cybercriminals. These botnets have been responsible for many attacks, including the infamous DDOS attack on Spamhaus in 2003. Botnets are often used to send spam, steal data, and even launch DDoS (Distributed Denial-of-Service) attacks.
Malware is malicious software designed to damage computer systems without the owner’s consent. Malware includes viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware, adware, crimeware, and rootkits. Malware authors use malware to perform illegal activities like stealing sensitive information, distributing spam emails, and committing fraud.
Ransomware is malicious software that blocks access to files until a ransom is paid. Ransomware encrypts files and then demands payment via Bitcoin or some other method before unlocking the files again.
Cryptocurrency mining is the act of using powerful graphics cards and CPUs to solve complex math problems in order to generate virtual currencies. In recent years, cryptojackers have begun targeting websites and services with ads to mine cryptocurrency in exchange for free content.
5. Zero-day exploits
Zero-day exploits are vulnerabilities that haven’t been patched yet. Hackers exploit zero-days to gain unauthorized entry into computer systems. A zero-day exploit could allow hackers to take control of a system remotely.
6. Darknet markets
Darknet markets are online marketplaces where people buy illicit goods and services. Most darknet markets operate anonymously and require users to pay with cryptocurrencies.
7. IoT hacks
IoT devices are connected objects that collect and share information about their environment. IoT devices include everything from refrigerators to cars to baby monitors. Unfortunately, these devices make it easier for hackers to break into our homes and steal personal information. Every device represents a potential vulnerability
May 22nd-25th, 2023
San Francisco, CA
The 44th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy often discusses topics related to Defense-Penetration Models, Symmetric Encryption, Man-In-The-Middle Attacks, and more.
The Asis Europe 2023 conference will address two main themes: The Evolving Risk Landscape and Security as Part of the Business. The Leadership Track will include Case-Study Clinics, Game Changers, and Interactive Workshops and Debates. The Innovation Track sessions will showcase innovative solutions and new technology.
Women in Cybersecurity
March 16-18th, 2023
WiCys 2023 will address subjects related to advances in Research Development (R&D) experimental findings, R&D trends, and leadership.
April 24th-27th, 2023
San Francisco, CA
The Agenda for the RSA 2023 Conference includes Anti-Fraud, Diversity in Security, and IoT.
The Official Cyber Security Summit – Tampa
January 27th, 2023
The Official Cyber Security Summit in Tampa, FL is a conference series focused on cybersecurity from a c-suite and executive-level perspective. The event in Tampa will address topics like the best way to protect critical infrastructure and the future of blockchain in cybersecurity.
April 2nd-April 7th 2023
The SANS 2023 Cyber Security offers professionals the option to attend in-person or online. Course material for the Orlando, FL 2023 event includes Hacker Tools, Windows Forensic Analysis, Cloud Penetration Testing, and Security leadership.
May 1st-3rd, 2023
The Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals conference is an event focused on trends and issues for higher education information security professionals.
September 26th-28th, 2023
The Gardner Security & Risk Management Summit offers tracks related to leadership and strategy, technology, and trends in cybersecurity.
September 14th-15th. 2023
The Global Cyber Conference (GCC) will provide panels and discussions on resilient cyber operations, cloud security, and cybersecurity leadership.
January 30th-February 1st, 2023
Tel Aviv, Israel
The Cybertech Global Tel Aviv 2023 event will cover topics like: Nation State Grade Attacks, Identity Security, and securing SaaS companies.
ISMG North American East Summit
March 21st, 2023
New York, NY
The North American East Summit will discuss: Cryptocurrency, Critical Infrastructure, and forming a Security Culture.
August 5th-10th, 2023
Las Vegas, NV
The Black Hat USA 2023 will be a hybrid conference with online and in-person options around skill-building and threat modeling.
June 19th-20th, 2023
The Cyber Security Asia 2023 event will include over 50 speakers discussing thought-provoking IT and Cybersecurity topics.
Blue Team Con
August 25th-August 27th, 2023
September 25th-27th, 2023
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
InfoSec World 2023 will include over 125 speakers, 25 topics, and 1500+ attendees. InfoSec World is often known as the “business of security” conference and has a large expo floor and high-profile speakers like Robert Herjavec.
September 26th-27th, 2023
International Cyber Expo 2023 will focus on topics like innovation in cybersecurity, national infrastructure, and Endpoint Security.
October 25h-27th, 2023
September 28th-29th, 2023
Grand Rapids, MI
The GrrCON is a midwest hacking conference that covers: intrusion prevention, gathering information about vulnerabilities, and Centralized Defense.
October 20th, 2023
The Triangle InfoSecon In Person Conference 2023 will feature speakers with expertise in: privacy, networked infrastructure, enterprise security, and low-tech hacking.
September 11th-13th, 2023
The Global CISO Executive Summit is an event for leaders in technology who are interested in learning how to protect the enterprise and meet the newest challenges in global operations.
June 20th-22nd, 2023
April 24th-26th, 2023
KB4-Con features product training, networking opportunities, and Q&A sessions.