Looking to take its Security Summit 2020 virtual, BlackBerry has now announced registrations for the event which takes place on October 5-7, 2020, are now open. In addition to opening registrations, BlackBerry has also shared the agenda and keynote speakers.
- Partner-Event: A dedicated Partner Summit featuring a panel discussion on BlackBerry's Product Strategy and Roadmap. Hear from BlackBerry's leadership team, product experts and partner leaders on their insights.
- Conference Day One: John Chen (BlackBerry CEO and Executive Chairman) will deliver the opening keynote discussing BlackBerry's commitment to innovation and moving the security industry forward. John will be followed by guest speaker Rob Smith, Research Director from Gartner's Endpoint and Operations Security group who will speak about trends within the overall unified endpoint security (UES) market and implications for security buyers. Additional sessions will explore uses cases and best practices through themes such as crypto-jacking, business agility and business continuity.
- Conference Day Two: Tom Eacobacci (BlackBerry President) and Charles Eagan (BlackBerry CTO) will deliver the Day Two kick-off keynote looking at BlackBerry's platform differentiation and innovation roadmap. The day will focus on BlackBerry solutions and Advanced Threat Research. Dedicated breakout tracks will feature demonstrations and how-to sessions for BlackBerry's secure communications and endpoint security & management products.
"Moving the BlackBerry Security Summit to a virtual format provides a wealth of new opportunities and a new forum for the cybersecurity community to discover, learn, and engage," said Mark Wilson, CMO at BlackBerry. "We look forward to sharing ideas and bringing our audience together to explore key issues and topics with BlackBerry subject matter experts, customers and partners."
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