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By Clare O’Gara
Tue | Sep 24, 2019 | 6:45 AM PDT

For our 18th birthday, SecureWorld is bringing cybersecurity training and collaboration to the Big Apple.

Our inaugural New York conference is next Wednesday, September 25th!

What to expect at SecureWorld New York cybersecurity conference

SecureWorld might be getting older, but the security leaders we serve still know how to keep things fresh.

And these leaders have helped build an incredible agenda for the day.

Who are the keynotes at the SecureWorld New York?

The keynote presentations, which anchor the day between sessions, panels, and roundtable discussions, are worth anticipating in New York. 

Nick Selby, Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations at the NYPD, will present "Securing the Enterprise: Challenges and Trends in the Age of Fake News and Real Threats."

Enterprise information security vulnerabilities are being created at an accelerating pace by asymmetric migration paths along the route from traditional to cloud-native architectures.

As we look to the next five years, this dynamic and the closely related issues around third-party risk, raise significant risks to enterprises across a range of industries. This keynote will set forth some high-level mitigation strategies.

And for our lunch keynote, we have Princeton University's CISO, David Sherry, and Information Security Awareness and Training Program Manager, Tara Schaufler. They will present "Zero to 60: Making Security Programmatic and Cultural at Princeton University."

Princeton's three-year-old program has already made an impact on the campus's security mindset, including risk reduction, implementing new technologies, broadening security knowledge, and strengthening campus partnerships.

Learn about Princeton's approach to making security thinking both programmatic and cultural, as well as future plans to take their program to the next level.

Where is SecureWorld New York being held?

Join your InfoSec peers at The New Yorker Hotel in Midtown Manhattan for a full day of learning, networking, and sharing solutions and best practices.

Especially because getting in on the ground floor of an annual event, which will grow significantly in the years ahead, is a special opportunity.

Check out all of the conference details here.

More from SecureWorld: our new podcast

It has been a year of significant growth at SecureWorld.

Along with the New York conference and a new Toronto event, we have something else new to share.

We just launched a cybersecurity thought leadership podcast, The SecureWorld Sessions.

You'll find it on your favorite podcast platform. Will you please give it a listen and send us your feedback?

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