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2016  Secure  Delaware  Workshop

Delaware's 7th Annual Cyber Security Workshop will provide cyber security training for Delaware's citizens, business employees, students, and government employees.

As an attendee of this event, you can expect to learn how to improve your odds of defending yourself, your family, your employer, your business, and the citizens of Delaware against cyber-attacks. This event provides the opportunity to share information and collaborate across all lines of government, business, and citizens to strengthen our readiness and response posture. Vendors will be onsite to demonstrate relevant services and products.


What

This all day event promises to provide valuable information and access to information security Subject Matter Experts. Three different tracks will be available: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced.

The workshop is brought to you by the Delaware Department of Technology and Information, the Greater Wilmington Cyber Security Group, Delaware League of Local Governments, and the Small Business Development Center.

The event will feature 3 keynote speakers and 12 breakout sessions applicable to various audience levels. More information will be coming soon. Returning this year is a special track for owners and operators of small and medium sized businesses.

Hear what this years event speakers have to say about cybersecurity

Keynote Speakers - Topics & Biographies

Presentations & Biographies

Photos of the Event

To view photos of the event, view our flickr album.

Who

Workshop is open to anyone who lives, works, or studies in Delaware.

Fees

There is no cost to attend the training, but registration is required. Doors open at 8:15am.

Agenda

Download a copy of the Agenda here.


Sponsors

Level 1

Link to SBDC
Link to MTM
Link to CISCO

Level 2


Level 3

360 Degree Cyber Security LLC Logo
FutureTech Consulting Logo
Gemalto Logo
UD ECE Logo
UD Cyber Security Initiative Logo
VarMour Logo
VelMicro Logo
Wilmington University Logo

Planning Committee
This event is partially funded by the State Homeland Security Grant Program