With the 2010s now over, the infosec industry is now fully invested in 2020 and beyond. The 2020s will no doubt present their fair share of challenging digital security threats. But they will also enable security professionals to discuss shared difficulties at conferences and summits.

To help promote these collaborative events, we at The State of Security are proud once again to assemble a list of the top information security conferences that are planned for the year ahead. We hope you’ll consider attending at least one of the following 19 events, which are alphabetically sorted and not ranked in any way.

If we missed a conference, please let us know on Twitter!

19. AWS re:InforcePicture1

When: June 30, 2020 through July 1, 2020

Where: George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas, United States

Website: https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/events/reinforce/

AWS re:Inforce is a conference launched by Amazon Web Service that revolves around cloud security, identity and compliance. At the event, attendees will learn about the latest approaches to security best practices and risk management utilizing AWS services, features and tools.

The conference will present hundreds of sessions across two different event tracks. The technical track will help security engineers and developers learn how to build a proactive security posture. Meanwhile, the business enablement track will help CISOs and other C-level executives with their strategic migration decisions.

18. Black Hat Conference Series

Black Hat Conference Series

When: Variable

Where: Variable

Website: http://blackhat.com/

The Black Hat conference series is a favorite among infosec professionals for its technical emphasis. Black Hat USA, for example, has been in operation for the past 21 years; each of its iterations promotes a vendor-neutral environment and offers up top research that’s selected by a board of the industry’s most esteemed infosec professionals. This year’s Black Hat USA will take place on August (Read more...)