At the inaugural CyberHub Summit in Atlanta, the conference hosted hundreds of CEOs, CIOs and CTOs, among other luminaries, to discuss how to help mitigate this worldwide threat.
ATLANTA, Ga. (Nov. 14, 2017) – One thing that has become abundantly clear in 2017 is that no business, no school, no government office, no individual is completely safe from having their personal data hacked. At the inaugural CyberHub Summit in Atlanta, the conference hosted hundreds of CEOs, CIOs and CTOs, among other luminaries, to discuss how to help mitigate this worldwide threat.
“CyberHub Summit in Atlanta was a powerful conference that included CEO roundtables, networking opportunities, keynote speakers and educational panel discussions and breakout sessions” said Karin Zalcberg, CyberHub Summit CEO. “It’s important that we don’t keep information in a vacuum, so we wanted to share insights with others and keep learning from each other to impact change.”
Key learnings were shared from industry thought leaders such as Ram Dor, former CISO for the State of Israel and CEO of RdEye; Retired Air Force Brigadier Gen. Gregory Touhill, named by The White House as the first ever Federal CISO; Robert Herjavec, Founder & CEO of Herjavec Group and ABC’s Shark Tank; Oren Bratt, cyber director at Israeli Military Industry Systems amongst many others; and Joseph Steinberg, cybersecurity thought leader and author.
As the lead sponsor of the event, Check Point Software Technologies was able to share advances being made in the cyber security industry for businesses of all sizes.
“We are excited about what was shared and what was learned at CyberHub Summit in Atlanta,” said Zalcberg. “However, we are even more excited about what the future holds when we host upcoming events in Europe and the United States.”
In an effort to stay one-step ahead of the hackers, Cyberhub Summit found tremendous support from sponsors such as: Check Point Software Technologies, ValueOne, DarkTrace, Nardello & Co., Votiro, CyberHub Academy and BlockEx. Additionally, the Summit featured exhibitors to showcase some recent developments in combatting hackers: Core Security, WeWork, Proofpoint, Sixgill and ForeScout.
Please visit www.CyberHubSummit.com for more information about upcoming events.