DETROIT (AP) – Cybersecurity issues affecting business, education, information technology, economic development, law enforcement and individuals will be the topic of a fall gathering in Detroit.
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget this week announced details of the fourth such event under Gov. Rick Snyder. The 2015 North American International Cyber Summit is scheduled to take place Oct. 25.
There are a number of speakers and internationally-known experts who will lead breakout sessions on a number of cyber-industry topics:
International Cyber Exercise
The previous three summits have sold out and this is the second consecutive year the event is held at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit.
Michigan’s annual Cyber Summit serves as a platform for regional, national and international discussion. Tickets for the event are $79 with discounts available for military and certain groups. Details are available here.