We are excited to bring back our Annual National Cybersecurity Summit for its third year!
This year, we’re doing things a bit differently. CISA’s Annual National Cybersecurity Summit will be held virtually as a series of webinars every Wednesday for four weeks beginning September 16 and ending October 7.
The 3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit will bring together infrastructure stakeholders from around the world and provide a forum for meaningful conversations and collaboration on cybersecurity.
The 2020 Cybersummit will be held virtually as a series of webinars every Wednesday for four weeks beginning September 16 and ending October 7.
Each series will have a different theme that focuses on CISA’s mission to “Defend Today, Secure Tomorrow,” with presentations from targeted leaders across government, academia, and industry.
This year’s themes are:
- Sept 16: Key Cyber Insights
- Sept 23: Leading the Digital Transformation
- Sept 30: Diversity in Cybersecurity
- Oct 7: Defending our Democracy
Don’t forget to check this page for updates! This is a no-cost event but pre-registration is required. You can now register for the event here.
DAY FOUR VIDEO
This video stream also available directly on YouTube
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the CISA 3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit?
Critical infrastructure stakeholders will come together from around the world to participate in a forum with meaningful conversations and collaboration on cybersecurity at the CISA 3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit.
This year’s themes are Key Cyber Insights (Sept. 16), Leading the Digital Transformation (Sept. 23), Diversity in Cybersecurity (Sept. 30), and Defending our Democracy (Oct. 7). The Cybersummit is not a vendor or sales event. It is open to all, and there is no cost to register.
Where is the Cybersummit being held?
The CISA 3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit is virtual this year. Look for our Wednesday webinars, launching Sept. 16 and concluding Oct. 7. More information on the platform and Cybersummit access instructions will be provided at www.cisa.gov/cybersummit2020 as we get closer to the event dates.
Who can register?
The CISA 3rd Annual National Cybersecurity Summit is open to all, and there is no cost to register. For additional information, visit https://cisacybersummit2020.eventbrite.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is there an agenda? When will it be live?
The agenda will be available in the coming weeks. Please continue to check this page for updates.
When will the links to the webinars be available?
Registered attendees will receive event links in the coming weeks. Please continue to check this page for updates.
How can I participate? Can I be a speaker?
This year CISA did not issue a call for proposals. At this time, all summit presentations will be developed in coordination between CISA personnel and our partners.
Will there be a virtual exhibit hall?
At this time, there will not be a virtual exhibit hall at the Cybersummit.
Is there an alternate form of registration, other than Eventbrite?
No. If you are unable to register from certain government domains or email addresses (i.e., .mil), please register using another device and/or email address.
Will Cybersummit content be available after the event?
Yes, following the event, the Cybersummit series will be posted at www.cisa.gov/cybersummit2020.
Is media invited?
The Cybersummit is open to media. For more information, please reach out to CISAmedia@hq.DHS.gov.
Will Continued Professional Education (CPEs) credits be provided for attending the summit?
No, attendees will not be provided a Certificate of Attendance or earn CPEs for attending the CISA National Cybersecurity Summit.
How can I partner with CISA? How can I do business with CISA?
Our Industry Liaisons are available to help businesses connect with CISA. They accept capabilities briefings, forge program connections, answer questions, and resolve problems. Please email CISA.email@example.com.
Will translators be available during the event?
No, there will be no translation available during the event. However, the platform used to broadcast the event will feature Closed Caption to aid hearing impairment.