VIRGINIA CYBER CONVENTION & EXPO OCTOBER 6, 2016 VIRGINIA BEACH CONVENTION CENTER

The 2016 Virginia Cyber Convention & Expo on October 6 will explore numerous challenges and opportunities in cyberspace.
 
This major industry event is expected to draw over 500 cyber leaders in the private sector, military and government; elected officials; academia and other key industry stakeholders. The exhibition hall can occupy up to 175 vendors with over eight hours of networking time scheduled.
 
Kevin Mitnick, the “Worlds Most Famous Hacker,” is slated to be our keynote speaker. Kevin will provide a unique presentation on techniques cyber criminals use to gain access to your personal data.
 
Other invited and confirmed speakers include: US Senator Mark Warner, Admiral Bill Gortney, USN, Retired (confirmed), Dr. Lance Hayden (confirmed), SSA Robert Cochran (confirmed), Scott Schober (confirmed), Heather Engel (confirmed) and many others in the cybersecurity industry!

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