Now in its seventh year, the upcoming FireEye Cyber Defense Summit will bring together experts in security technology, threat intelligence and incident response to address the challenges facing businesses and government. The Summit takes place November 28-30 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.
Attendees will hear about the evolving threat landscape and new
challenges facing businesses and government from FireEye CEO Kevin
Mandia, FireEye Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Grady Summers, and United States Department of Justice Assistant
Attorney General for National Security John Carlin.
The Summit will feature 36 sessions across four tracks: Incident
Response, What a C-level Executive Needs to Know, Tales from the
Trenches, and Solutions for Industries. The Solutions for Industries
track – a new focus for the Summit – will include sessions focused on
government, healthcare, insurance, financial services and industrial
systems and critical infrastructure security.
For a limited time, registrants who buy one pass will receive a
second pass at no additional cost.
More information on and registration for the FireEye Cyber Defense
Summit 2016 is available here.