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By Clare O’Gara
Thu | Sep 5, 2019 | 8:05 AM PDT

In our continuing mission to connect, inform, and develop leaders in cybersecurity, SecureWorld is excited to announce our fall schedule of regional cybersecurity conferences.

Fall 2019 cybersecurity conference calendar

St. Louis, MO — September 18-19, America's Center Convention Complex, 9th annual

New York, NY — September 25, The New Yorker Hotel, inaugural event

Detroit, MI — October 1-2, Cobo Center, 17th annual

Dallas, TX — October 9-10, Plano Event Center, 15th annual

Twin Cities, MN — October 16, Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, 3rd annual

Denver, CO — October 29-30, The Cable Center, 7th annual

Seattle, WA — November 13-14, Meydenbauer Center, 18th annual

Each regional cybersecurity conference is directed by a group of local security leaders who comprise the Advisory Council.

This is true for SecureWorld's longest running conference (Seattle, year 18) and SecureWorld's newest conference (New York, year 1). 

Top 3 reasons security professionals attend SecureWorld

Each year we survey the thousands of cybersecurity leaders and professionals who attend their regional SecureWorld conference.

One of the things we ask: Why do you make SecureWorld a priority on your annual calendar? This is what they tell us:

  1. "I can build and grow my personal network of trusted peers."
  2. "SecureWorld stays relevant. I discover best practices I can implement the day after the conference, and information I can share with my team."
  3. "It's a great way to maintain my certifications because I earn CPE credits."

Want to know the other reasons we hear about? Read the top 10 reasons, and you can also check out our attendee testimonials.

If you're curious about the type of insights you might pick up at one of our events, check out our list of the top 20 cybersecurity quotes you need to hear, which came from SecureWorld conferences across North America.

Also: SecureWorld offers 17 complimentary cybersecurity webinars each year, along with online SecureWorld PLUS training courses that offer a deeper dive on relevant cybersecurity topics.

Both of these options help you earn CPEs from wherever you are.