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CyberMaryland 2019

Thursday, December 5, 2019Saturday, December 7, 2019
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor Baltimore, MD
CyberMaryland 2019

Don't miss CyberMaryland 2019 - December 5-6 in Baltimore, MD.

The CyberMaryland Conference includes thought leaders from Maryland’s Cyber Security sector and also features nationally recognized speakers and panelists on cyber and technology innovations. Sessions cover the most up-to-date information from thought leaders in all facets of the cyber ecosystem.

SPECIAL NOTE - the NCMF/CCEI's own Laura Nelson will be speaking on 12/5 with Diane M. Janosek from the National Cryptologic School and Ed Bach from the U of MD Global Campus regarding their recent trilateral agreement.

The Cyber Maryland Industry Showcase provides a full array of today’s top Cyber Security companies, prime contractors, small businesses, financial organizations, and educational institutions showcasing their products, services, and/or organizations.

Calling all cyber competitors, mentors, trainers and teachers. The Cyber Maryland Challenge seeks teams willing to test a range of skills in a battle of real world cyber challenges. Your team will climb a ladder of challenges demonstrating an ability to work together, understand both simple and complex vulnerabilities, defensive operations and gamified offensive operations. Game on! (Date TBA)

The CyberMaryland Job Fair is a hiring event the first day of the conference where cleared and non-cleared security professionals can meet with leading employers. It’s a tremendous networking opportunity whether you’re an active job seeker or just considering possibilities.

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