Each year the Chamber hosts a series of single-day events in target cities around the country to promote cyber education and build relationships between the private sector and government cybersecurity and law enforcement agencies. In 2019, we held events in Hartford, Connecticut; Houston, Texas; Seattle, Washington; and San Diego, California. This year, the Chamber's Cyber Series has moved into a virtual environment and is convening entrepreneurs, small businesses, and innovative leaders from The Woodlands, Chicago, Minneapolis, Ann Arbor, and you.
The target audience for these events is midsize and small businesses. Presenters include cybersecurity experts from among our member companies, senior government and elected officials, and law enforcement leaders. This series culminates annually with the Chamber’s Cyber Week in Washington, D.C. Four policy programs over four days bring together roughly 1,000 public and private stakeholders and offer presenters an opportunity to reach broad audiences—potentially untapped ones.
- 2019 cyber series events featured a select number of Chamber members as panelists and keynote speakers, including AT&T, Deloitte, FICO, Qualcomm, RSM, and T-Mobile.
- These events showcase Chamber member company expertise and draw in senior government leaders, such as Bill Evanina (ODNI/NCSC), Amy Hess (the FBI), Christopher Krebs (CISA), and other representatives of federal government agencies.
- Underwriters of the Chamber’s Cyber Series have access to attendee data, enabling them to pursue marketing and business development opportunities that extend well beyond discussions at the events.
- Watch recaps of past Cyber Series webinars and catch up on topic-specific programs you might have missed. We are continually adding new webinars and event recordings.
- Rewatch programs here.