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FutureCon Launches Next Gen Cybersecurity Conferences In 24 Cities Across N. America

U.S. Navy veteran turned entrepreneur is aligning the cybercrime discussion between C-suite and information security executives  Press Release

Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

Northport, N.Y. – Jan. 29, 2019

An exciting new lineup of next generation cybersecurity conferences launched for 2019. The events are produced by Kim Hakim, a highly respected U.S. Navy veteran turned infosecurity entrepreneur.

FutureCon is where you can mix with peers, hear keynotes and presentations from industry experts, see the latest product innovations and vendor pitches, and spend a day talking crypto, dark web, cyber espionage, malware, and all the topics that gets your juices flowing.

2019 Cybersecurity Event Calendar

  • Jun. 5. San Diego, Calif. FutureCon Cybersecurity Conference Draws A Huge Crowd In San Diego.
  • Jun. 19. Indianapolis, Ind. For Senior Level Professionals working in the security community.
  • Jul. 10. Detroit, Mich. Keynote speakers and Panel discussions by experienced professionals.
  • Jul. 31. Denver, Colo. One-day conference features a single track of thought-provoking presentations.
  • Aug. 7. Des Moines, Iowa. The very latest in cutting-edge training in the security community.
  • Aug 21. Columbus, Ohio. Covering cybersecurity trends in a strictly vendor-neutral environment.
  • Sep. 11. Toronto, Ontario. The knowledge to be equipped for the dangers of new security challenges.
  • Sep. 25. Minneapolis, Minn. For CIOs, CISOs, and Information Security Professionals.
  • Oct. 9. Boston, Mass. Training and networking for the heads of security.
  • Oct. 23. Orange County, Calif. One-day cybersecurity conference for all industries.
  • Nov. 6. San Antonio, Texas. Keynote and training for security professionals at all levels.
  • Nov. 20. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Cutting-edge topics include AI, IAM, Blockchain and more.
  • Dec. 4. Tampa, Fla. Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) management, and other topics.
  • Dec. 11. Nashville, Tenn. Connecting individuals across all industries in the cybersecurity space.

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Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.

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