Annual in-person KnowBe4 User Conference April 24-26 in Orlando, Florida with expert speakers, including Dmitri Alperovitchco-founder and executive chairman, Silverado Policy Accelerator, Rachel WilsonManaging Director and Head of Cybersecurity, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Dr. Bilyana LilyDirector of Security Intelligence and Geostrategy, Krebs Stamos Group
TAMPA BAY, Florida., January 24, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and phishing simulation platform, today announced registration details and its list of speakers who will cover the latest cybersecurity topics with a focus on security culture, awareness and cyber defenses at the KB4-CON 2023 Annual Organization User Conference in Orlando, Florida April 24-26.
Registration for the annual event is now open for KnowBe4 customers, channel partners and non-customers for a registration fee of only $99 per person. Registration grants attendees access to keynotes and breakout sessions, the KnowBe4 Lab including the brand new Integration Alley, the KB4-CON 2023 Welcome Reception and Celebration as well as meals, appetizers and beverages throughout the event and access to virtual content for 90 days. Numbers are limited, so early registration is encouraged as last year’s event sold out.
Following the welcome of the CEO of KnowBe4 Stu Sjouwerman, keynote sessions will begin and continue throughout the conference with a total of nine speakers, six of whom are KnowBe4 employees. The event features three guest speakers, including Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and executive chairman of Silverado Policy Accelerator, will deliver a talk titled “Building a Culture of Security: Successful Strategies for Managing Today’s Cyber Threat Landscape.” This session will delve into real world examples of how organizations of all sizes have built security cultures with accountability to successfully manage risk and mitigate the impact of an unavoidable cyber incident.
Another guest speaker is Rachel Wilson, Managing Director and Head of Cybersecurity, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. This session entitled “Cyber Risks and Threats in 2023” will shed light on current cybersecurity threats faced by corporations, institutions and individuals in nation states, organized crime syndicates and individual hackers seeking to gain advantage. money or wreak havoc.
Finally, on Wednesday, guest speaker Dr. Bilyana Lily, Director of Security Intelligence and Geostrategy, Krebs Stamos Group, who will deliver a lecture entitled “Applying Geostrategic Insight to Improve Cyber Defense”. This session will cover recent key events such as Russia war in Ukrainewhich provide an overview of the evolution and role of cyber operations in support of the national interests of States.
Additionally, the public will have the opportunity to experience the KnowBe4 Lab and Product Theater where KnowBe4 employees will be available to answer questions, provide advice, demonstrations and more. The conference will also provide networking opportunities through the welcome reception and meet and greets. Additionally, the agenda includes an exclusive Ask Me Anything session with Sjouwerman and Greg Krasproduct manager, KnowBe4 where the pair will answer live questions from the public.
“We are happy to return to Orlando in April for the sixth annual KB4-CON event,” Sjouwerman said. “KB4-CON 2023 will not only focus on the trends and basics of the cyber landscape, but will also delve into the importance and integral components of security culture. . We look forward to bringing together industry professionals for this world-class experience to learn, collaborate and have fun while sharing new ideas and gaining new perspectives.”
KB4-CON 2023 will be open to all security professionals from April 24-26, 2023. Sessions at the event will focus on insights from peers, product updates and best practices, as well as some of the hottest cybersecurity topics such as compliance, ransomware, security awareness , etc.
The full KB4-CON 2023 schedule is available here. Register here.
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and phishing simulation platform, is used by over 54,000 organizations worldwide. Founded by an IT and data security specialist Stu SjouwermanKnowBe4 helps organizations address the human element of security by raising awareness of ransomware, CEO fraud, and other social engineering tactics through a novel approach to security awareness training. Kevin Mitnick, an internationally renowned cybersecurity specialist and Chief Hacking Officer of KnowBe4, helped design the KnowBe4 training based on his well-researched social engineering tactics. Tens of thousands of organizations rely on KnowBe4 to engage their end users as their last line of defense.
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