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Every year it seems that the headlines around cybersecurity couldn't get any bigger, yet in 2017 they have and awareness of the issue continues to grow.

That is part of what will be discussed in less than two weeks at the 7th annual Cyber Security Summit, which will be hosted this year on October 23-25 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Once again the event brings together leaders from Fortune 500 companies, major security firms, insurance, government and academia to discuss how to tackle today's cyber challenges.

The 2017 Summit kicks off on Oct. 23 with a series of half-day events, including sessions targeting investorsdevelopers, and a new workshop focused on health care and medical device security. The main Summit opens on Oct. 24 and is divided into two sections - "Day 1: Meet the Threat" and "Day 2: Beat the Threat." Topics covered during the Summit include ransomware, phishing, the Dark Web and more. There is also a special session devoted specifically to helping small and mid-size businesses understand and mitigate their cyber risk.

Featured speakers include Matt Loeb, CEO of ISACA; Stacey Dixon, Deputy Director of IARPA; Mark Dayton, Governor of Minnesota; and security experts from AT&T, BlackBerry, Booz Allen Hamilton, Cisco, DHS, FBI, FDA, FireEye, Veracode, and many more.

See who is attending here and view a list of our 2017 exhibitors here.

Save up to $200 by registering now.

 

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Join us at the Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Downtown, just one block from the Minneapolis Convention Center.

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Cyber Security Summit 2017
October 23-25, 2017
Minneapolis


 

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