In an effort to give back to the security research community, global cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab is announcing the introduction of the newest component of its annual Security Analyst Summit (SAS) that aims to provide the next generation of security leaders with a unique platform for information exchange with experts from the industry.
Dubbed as SAS Unplugged, which is set to take place on April 10, 2019, the segment is considered to be one the highlights of this year’s SAS, the annual conference initiated by Kaspersky Lab to gather the most respected personalities in the global data security industry.
Running for over a decade now, this year’s summit will be held for the first time in Asia Pacific at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore.
The conference provides an exclusive atmosphere that encourages debate, information-sharing and display of cutting-edge research, new technologies, and ways to improve collaboration in the fight against cybercrime among the seasoned security experts, global law enforcement agencies and CERTS as well as senior executives and security alpha geeks representing the biggest security companies around the world.
As an adjoining mini-conference of the summit, SAS Unplugged will be composed of workshops, presentations, technical tracks, and career coaching facilitated by security professionals along with security experts from Kaspersky Lab. It is specifically geared towards young talents such as students and budding security researchers who are just embarking on careers in cybersecurity.
SAS Unplugged will showcase an expo zone with interactive stations and lightning talks throughout the day and will be capped off by an entertaining quiz show put together especially for security geeks.