DETROIT — The state of Michigan’s Internet security event is back, and it’s bigger than ever. What’s now called the North American International Cyber Summit 2014 is the third Michigan Cyber Summit, hosted by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. It’s scheduled for Monday, Nov. 17 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
The summit will bring together experts from across the globe to address a variety of cyber security issues affecting the world in business, education, government, defense, law enforcement and personal use.
The agenda for the event will feature internationally recognized keynote speakers as well as experts from around the country to lead tracks in business, education/family, law enforcement, government, defense and economic development. There will also be an international cyber exercise during the event.
View the agenda and register at www.michigan.gov/cybersummit.
The cost is $99 to attend, with a discount price of $79 for students, members of the military and members of the following professional organizations: ISSA, InfraGard, West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium, ISAC, Mi-ISAC, Mi-GMIS, WC4, and the Detroit Chapter of ISC.
For more information, contact Leslie Ann Smith, CMP, at (248) 353-0735, ext. 152, or email@example.com.