Nine dates for your cyber security diary

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Upcoming events

The global events calendar for the cyber security industry never fails to provide us with plenty of opportunities to connect, collaborate and catch up with friends old and new. Wherever your 2019 schedule takes you, don’t miss the chance to get fresh cyber security updates, stay up to date with the newest threat trends and catch up with the cybersecurity community at the following leading industry conferences, summits and symposiums.

23-25 April, Securmatica, Madrid, Spain

This year Securmatica celebrates 30 years of information security, exploring the evolution of the cyber security industry and remembering a time when legislation and regulation didn’t apply. Designed for the CISOs of 2019, this year’s comprehensive three day program reflects on and represents the theory that remains relevant to this day. Raul Perez, VP Regional Enterprise Sales and CEO David Barroso will attend this event in Madrid, Spain.

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24-25 April - CyberUK, Glasgow, Scotland

Nahim Fazal, Threat Intelligence Business Lead at CounterCraft is heading back to his Scottish roots for CYBERUK, taking place this year in Glasgow durin Cyber Scotland Week 2019. Hosted by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), CYBERUK is the UK government’s flagship cyber security event and includes world-class speakers, solutions, and opportunities for the public and private sectors to interact. The program focuses on cyber resilience, and will explore how we must respond as individuals, as well as a community, to keep Britain safe in the face of the evolving cyber threat.

Find out more about CYBERUK here.

4-6 June - Infosecurity Europe, London, UK

Meet the CounterCraft team at infosecurity Europe 2019 this June. One of Olympia London’s unmissable annual exhibitions, the 2019 event will bring together around 15,000 delegates from the business, tech and cyber communities, and demo some of the best cyber security innovations being developed in industry.

Join Nahim Fazal, Threat Intelligence Business Lead at CounterCraft at 2pm on Thursday 6 June for his talk “Building Cyber Resilience to Sustained and Persistent Cyber Attacks”, part of the Strategy Talks series at this year’s exhibition. Nahim will also be joined by CSO Dan Brett and Marta Fernandez, Sales Account Executive at the CounterCraft booth (G100). It’s free to register for a pass that will get you in on all three event days until 3 June 2019.

Take a look at the full event program here.

17-20 June - Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, Washington, US

This Gartner Summit is considered the most valuable information update on cyber security threats and solutions and networking opportunity for CISOs and security, risk and resilience professionals. Attendees will have the chance to hear from and pose tough questions to more than 60 Gartner Analysts, guest experts and peers.

If you’ll also be in Washington, don’t miss the chance to catch up with CounterCraft Threat Intelligence Business Area Lead Nahim Fazal. Not only will Nahim be able to share the latest threat hunting and threat detection capabilities available on the CounterCraft Cyber Deception Platform, he’ll be keen to swap stories about getting business leaders on board with prioritizing security and risk across whole organizations Early bird prices end soon.

See more details about the Summit here.

21-22 June - EuskalHack 2019, San Sebastián, Spain

You’ll find industry experts and students at the EuskalHack Security Congress, organized by the Computer Security Association EuskalHack – a non-profit organization established in Donostia comprised of computer security professionals and forensic computer science researchers. The main objective is to disseminate and share technical research and is open to anyone who is interested in security.

This year you can also register to take part in the EuskalHack Social Engineering Capture The Flag (SECTF)., This CTF, unique and the first in Europ, not only tests participants’ skills using OSINT, but will also create significant value when teams present their findings in a bid to raise awareness about the most prolific social engineering techniques being employed today.

Join us and network in our HQ hometown!

Click here to learn more about EuskalHack.

3-8 August - Black Hat Las Vegas, Las Vegas, US

Black Hat USA remains the world’s leading information security event, where security experts from around the world will share their latest findings, open-source tools, zero day exploits and more, alongside hands-on offensive and defensive skill-building courses designed to define and help defend the information security landscape of tomorrow. We’ll be joining some 19,000 delegates from all over the globe at the 22nd edition. Look out for more details on how to book a meeting with CounterCraft closer to the time.

Find out more about Black Hat USA here.

8-10 October - it-sa 2019, Nuremberg, Germany

it-sa is Europe’s largest expo for IT security and provides a unique platform for C level experts and IT security officers from all sectors to meet with developers and It security solutions providers. We’re heading there to demo just how our revolutionary deception technology underpins and enhances enterprise level threat hunting programmes, as well as to participate in the various forums for global industry debate.

Check out the full event details here.

15-17 October - NIAS 2019, Mons, Belgium

NATO’s largest cyber conference returns to Belgium this October. Stay tuned for more information on this year’s symposium theme and agenda and get in early to book a meeting with CounterCraft CSO, Dan Brett and Head of Threat Intelligence, Nahim Fazal.

22-23 October - 13ENISE, Leon, Spain

13ENISE, the International Meeting on Information Security, organised by INCIBE, will take place this October in Leon, Spain. The theme for the 13th edition of this meeting is “Cyber security in the connected industry: from the threat to the opportunity” and offers opportunities for industry professionals and entrepreneurs to network and participate in an open forum that facilitates internationalization. CounterCraft CEO, David Barroso already has the date in his diary – keep a look out for more details.

So, if you’re heading to any of these events and would like to know more about how full-spectrum deception will enhance your defense in depth strategy, don’t miss the chance to book a meeting with the CounterCraft team, or simply come and find us. Safe travels!

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