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Do you want to know what are the best In-person, virtual, and/or hybrid cybersecurity conferences taking place in 2022? 

Then you’re in the right place. While virtual conferences ruled the 2020 and 2021 scene, now we’re all decided to assist these events taking place in the US throughout 2022.

You can be sure there’ll be opportunities to connect with peers, recruit new talent, and learn up-to-date ways to secure your organization. 

That’s why we’ve decided to exclude virtual-only events and enlist those who’re face-to-face or at least hybrid.


Top Cybersecurity Conferences That Took Place Starting 2022

  • January 12 – “Ascent: Spotlight on Cybersecurity” (New York City, NY): This CS4CA MENA summit focused both on IT and OT security for critical digitally transformed infrastructures.


  • February 04-05CactusCon 10th (Mesa, Arizona): The largest annual hacker and security conference in Arizona, CactusCon, attracted 1,500 attendees last year, establishing itself as a must-attend top-tier security conference for over 10 years.


  • March 17-19Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS Cleveland, Ohio): As every year, the 2022 WiCyS conference aims to help women in cybersecurity advance in their careers, impulsing an equal set of opportunities and representations for both industry professionals and academia students, narrowing the cyber talent gap. 


  • April 20-21KB4-CON (Orlando, Florida): Their agenda is to bring the most useful information for CISOs, security awareness training administrators, and other InfoSec professionals, to help them keep the remote workforce secure during these trying times.


  • May 10-11 – Secure360 (Prior Lake, Minnesota): The Secure360 professional focuses on cybersecurity, governance, risk and compliance, physical security, business continuity management, and professional development, to provide new educational and collaborative perspectives to business IT teams.

    This is proven by the event’s foundation, being created by a small group of security and risk management workers intending to help peers get opportunities in the Midwest. 


  • June 21-24 – Regulatory Compliance Conference 2022 (San Diego, California): Most compliance-related issues of today and tomorrow were discussed by the nation’s top risk-based thinkers on 2022’s Regulatory Compliance Conference.

    It was a great opportunity for you to talk with leading experts and insiders from many security-based industries (including banking peers), getting up-to-the-minute information.


Best Cybersecurity Events/Conferences to Attend in 2022

  • July 19-22 – International Conference on Cyber Security (New York, NY): 60 distinguished academic speakers from the private and government sector will participate in this premier global cybersecurity for three days to coordinate and share efforts to create a more secure world. 


  • August 6-11 – Black Hat USA (Las Vegas, Nevada): Celebrate the U.S.-based Black Hat’s high-profile and vendor-neutral conference’s 25th anniversary with cybersecurity professionals both from around the country and the world.
  • September 26-28 – InfoSec World 2022 (Colorado Springs, Colorado): The CyberRisk Alliance (CRA hosts this in-person event once again to provide all kinds of industry leaders the best opportunity to share both tools and business intelligence to protect their orgs.

    Optionally, you can also access 2022 InfoSec World virtual rooms.


  • October 10-12 – (ISC)2 Security Congress (Las Vegas, Nevada): Would you like to join a handful of sessions with educational opportunities about cloud security; DevSecOps; governance, risk, and compliance (GRC); and career development?

    Then 2022’s (ISC)2 Security Congress is for you. It may be worth mentioning that attendees will be awarded CPE credits.


  • November 14th – Security500 Conference (Washington, D.C.): Are you a government official or security executive?

    Then you won’t want to miss November 14th Security500 Conference with its keynote, interactive panel discussion, and  speaker presentations where advanced strategies and vital solutions will be shared with everyone who wants to elevate their cybersecurity programs
  • December 8th – Cyber Security Summit (Houston, Texas): This is the last big cybersecurity event of 2022 (but not the least). The Cyber Security Summit was founded in 2013 by Bradford Rand, as a branch of TECHEXPO Top Secret.

    Now, the distinguished job affair has morphed into an invitation-only conference for CISOs, CTOs, CEOs, CIOs, CSOs, CPOs, and VPs who want to learn from US Secret Service, FBI, CIA, NAJA, DOJ, and more experts from this caliber.


The set you have to imagine is, a one-day event filled with modern and innovative knowledge being shared in an intimate setting, inside first-class hotels. If this doesn’t sound good enough, then you’ll like to know every attendee receives 6 CPE credits.

Yes, all of the previously mentioned seem quite enticing to visit (especially the last one).

But being honest and as much as we all would love to visit every one of these in-person events, it’s easier said than done. Even if you have the “spare time” and money to travel to those estates, you still have to be over-qualified to be invited and/or participate.

Therefore, I’d like to think of two solutions. The first one is, to check the requirements of those who you like the most… The second, simply relying on a team of experts (such as MyITGuy) to provide you with this information or direct cybersecurity solutions.

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