AT&T Hosting Free Virtual Cybersecurity Conference

AT&T is no stranger to hosting cybersecurity conferences. Last year, the company’s big event drew in more than 3,500 attendees. Perhaps you were among them! If not, no worries, because AT&T is back with a free, virtual cybersecurity conference, featuring expert speakers discussing the most important cybersecurity issues we face in 2022 and beyond. As with many events in this
September 26, 2022
 / 
meritsolutions
 / 
AT&T Hosting Virtual Cybersecurity Conference - MERIT Solutions

AT&T is no stranger to hosting cybersecurity conferences. Last year, the company’s big event drew in more than 3,500 attendees. Perhaps you were among them! If not, no worries, because AT&T is back with a free, virtual cybersecurity conference, featuring expert speakers discussing the most important cybersecurity issues we face in 2022 and beyond.

As with many events in this post-COVID age, AT&T’s cybersecurity conference is entirely virtual. That’s perfect, since, if interested, you can attend no matter where you live, so long as you are available (or awake) during the conference’s scheduled time. Speaking of which, it starts at 8 a.m. Central (9 a.m. Eastern) on Tuesday, Oct. 4th, and features over 30 virtual sessions completely free of charge.

AT&T has quite the panel of speakers for this year’s cybersecurity conference, as well. The company’s own Bill O’Hern, Chief Security Officer, and Jeremy Legg, Chief Technology Officer, are headliners, as are Tim Berners-Lee (World Wide Web inventor), Jim Sciutto (CNN Chief National Security Correspondent), and Nina Schick (deepfake expert), among many others.

These subject matter expert speakers will no doubt provide essential insights into today’s cybersecurity challenges. AT&T offers a sneak peak into what that looks like:

Daniel Hoffman, a former CIA station chief who collected secrets, will talk about how to protect yours. Jim Sciutto, CNN chief national security correspondent, will update us on the latest issues and threats stemming from the Ukraine war.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, will discuss his views on the future of technology. And Nina Schick, author and deepfake expert, will have a conversation with me about what AI means for security threats, and what can be done about it.

AT&T

You can find the full schedule here. If you’d like to register for the conference, you’ll find the form via this link.

Share This

Leave a Reply

There are currently no comments. Why don't you kick things off?