Today, I joined a panel at Austin Startup Week to discuss "How Unsupervised Neural Networking Roots Out Insider Threats." The conversation, took place at the Capital Factory here in Austin, Texas—an ideal setting for a forward-thinking cybersecurity discussion.
The world of cybersecurity is vast and ever-changing. As technology continues to advance, the need for skilled professionals who can keep up with new developments and protect against evolving threats is crucial. One way to stay current and informed is to attend cybersecurity conferences, where you can learn about the latest trends, tools, and best practices. Two of the most popular conferences in the cybersecurity world are Black Hat and DEFCON. In this blog post, we'll explore the key differences between these two events and help you determine which one is right for you.
I am delighted to announce the titles of my upcoming presentations for Black Hat 2023, both scheduled for August 10th. Here's a glimpse into what you can expect.
I attended Texas Cyber Summit for the first time this year. It was hosted at the Marriot in downtown Austin and spans date begin through date end. Overall, I enjoyed the event and plan on going back again next year.
Austin Startup Week, since its inception in 2011, has always been a vibrant tapestry of Austin's entrepreneurial spirit. A unique confluence of entrepreneurs, local leaders, and enthusiasts, it offers a rich platform to connect, collaborate, and grow. This year marks the 13th iteration of this celebrated event, which will span from November 6-10, 2023. From enlightening sessions, hands-on workshops, to dynamic startup showcases and networking mixers, Austin Startup Week promises to be an engaging experience. To all those who celebrate the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship, I wholeheartedly encourage you to register and be a part of this distinctive celebration of Austin's diverse community of trailblazers.
As a fellow at ICIT and co-author of the book “Securing the Nation’s Critical Infrastructures: A Guide for the 2021-2025 Administration,” I was honored to be asked to speak at the RSA Conference 2023 in San Francisco on the topic of “Digital Supply Chain Security: What Happens When an Organization's Trusted Solutions Can No Longer Be Trusted?” Many thanks to SafeBreach, who sponsored the event and for hosting the reception and book signing afterward.