120+ Cybersecurity Events for 2nd Half 2015

WIth the first half of the year nearly behind us – along with the popular RSA Conference USA this past April – there’s an exciting lineup of more than 120 cybersecurity events coming in the second half of 2015.

Here’s my top pick for one hot cybersecurity event to attend each month for the rest of the year:

JULY

RSA Conference Asia Pac & Japan, Jul. 22-24, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

AUGUST

Black Hat USA, Aug. 1-6, Las Vegas, NV

SEPTEMBER

Cybersecurity Summit, Sept. 17, New York City NY

OCTOBER

Industrial Control Cybersecurity USA, Oct. 13-14, Sacramento CA

NOVEMBER

U.S. Cybercrime Conference, Nov. 14-20, National Harbor MD

DECEMBER

2015 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, Dec. 7-11, Los Angeles CA

To see a comprehensive listing of more than 120 cybersecurity trade shows, conferences, and special events in the second half of 2015, go to Cybersecurity Ventures’ Cybersecurity Calendar at here.

The Cybersecurity Calendar is the #1 directory of Cybersecurity events globally.

By Steve Morgan, Founder & CEO, Cybersecurity Ventures

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Steve Morgan is founder and CEO at Cybersecurity Ventures and editor-in-chief of the Cybersecurity Market Report and the Cybersecurity 500 list of the world’s hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies.  Steve is a contributor writer for Information Security Buzz, IDG’s CSO, Homeland Security Today, SandHill.com, and other business, technology, and cybersecurity media properties.

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