After 18 years of connecting, informing, and developing leaders in cybersecurity, we remain thankful to hear the question.
"What is SecureWorld?"
We hear that question from time to time as the information security profession grows and new security leaders look for ways to build a trusted network of peers.
However, this year, we're hearing that question more often as SecureWorld communities expand into new cities: Toronto and New York.
Take a two-minute video crash course on all the ways SecureWorld can help you along your career path in IT security, privacy, and risk—or keep reading for more details.
SecureWorld started by building cybersecurity communities
SecureWorld grew up along with the cybersecurity profession, and at the request of security leaders, we began bringing together communities of InfoSec practitioners.
This took the form of cybersecurity conferences where you can safely share best practices, have interactive discussions, learn about emerging security solutions, and network with peers.
And although a number of SecureWorld conferences are the largest cybersecurity gatherings in their respective regions each year, they are much more manageable (and we hear, valuable) than a massive national conference.
Instead of an overwhelming event where you might accidentally bump into someone you
And Jimmy Sanders, VP of Information Security at
"I'm involved with SecureWorld because I love organizations that are working with security to improve security as a whole." Sanders helps lead the Bay Area community.
SecureWorld media division resources for IT security
And along the lines of "improving security as a whole," we are excited to share three great SecureWorld resources to help you as you work to secure your organization:
- SecureWorld web conferences (live and on-demand) for knowledge and CPEs. Each of these
areinsightful, relevant, and fresh, and attended by hundreds of your peers.
- SecureWorld PLUS courses (live and on-demand). Some are conducted online, others happen before or during your local conference. These are deep dives with actionable information, and they include significant CPE credits.
- SecureWorld original news and content. We draw deeply on expertise in each local SecureWorld community and share those practices with the rest of InfoSec.
SecureWorld communities and conferences continue to grow
On the conference side of things, check out the 2019 cybersecurity event schedule, which now includes 17 cities across North America. And this seems like a good time to give a "shout out" to all our Advisory Council members who guide their local conference each year. They care so much about helping their peers. Find them in:
• Kansas City
• Bay Area (Santa Clara)
• St. Louis
• Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul)
• New York
As a whole, SecureWorld provides more content and facilitates more professional connections than any other regional gathering in the cybersecurity profession.
And that's a cybersecurity trend you are invited to be a part of in 2019.