Cyberhub Summit

Must-attend Cybersecurity events of 2019

Cybersecurity is edging its way into every facet of our daily lives and we must try and get as much information, make as many connections and be at the cutting-edge of every legal, political and economic cyber security update. 

The best way to do this, is to rub shoulders with (or listen to) the top dogs in the industry, and all of them will be attending at least a few events this year.

Here are our top five cybersecurity events of 2019:

Cyber Hub Summit: Atlanta, Georgia

Cyber risks contributed by your supply chain

There is nothing new about the risk of cyber-attacks on IT and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). About a decade ago, people believed that cyber-attacks can only be launched through the internet and adopted the principle of air-gap-isolated systems. The famous Stuxnet attack (2010) was the first strong indication that cyber-attack on IT and ICS (known as Operation Technology- OT) organizations can be also launched internally after the adversary entered your facility.

Cyberhub Summit Goes Deep Into the Equifax Turmoil and Launches CyberHub Academy in Response

Launching on November 8 and 9th, 2017, at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Cyberhub Summit endeavors to explore and explain the Equifax data breach, the impact of Fake News on Cybersecurity, and puts a warning light on Cybersecurity's greatest weakness -- the average corporate employee.

Says Cyberhub CEO, Karin Zalcberg, "Corporate leaders have not explored training for their employees. They are stuck in the past and honestly don't know what to do." Zalcberg adds, "Cyberhub Summit is just the first of our goals designed to move the needle on cybersecurity awareness."

Female Entrepreneur Starts Business, Summit

With the rise in cyber threats over the past few years, Cyberhub CEO Karin Zalcberg saw a void and began a program to educate and protect the public. 

That was when she was at her previous job where she led an aggressive sales team in financial services and worked with a diverse clientele of companies, including online gaming, biomedical, insurance and education. 

CyberHub Summit Welcomes Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec to Cybersecurity Summit November 8-9, 2017, Atlanta, GA

"Look at what has happened at EQUIFAX." The Atlanta-based credit monitoring company hacking has left more than 90% of Americans exposed and vulnerable to serious cybercrime. Says Zalcberg, "If you're a CEO, there is no excuse for not knowing how to protect your company's data, and more importantly, your company's customers."

Robert Herjavec of ABC's Shark Tank and CEO of The Herjavec Group to speak at Cyberhub Summit November 9th

Atlanta Selected to Host International Cyber Security Conference

CyberHub Summit will serve as the first international Cyber Security conference in Atlanta. The conference, sponsored by BHNV Capital, is intended to address and help the audience understand international cyber threats. In order to determine solutions, the global cyber security community must come together and address challenges.

Cyberhub Summit Atlanta 2017 Press Release


ATLANTA (May 24, 2017) – BHNV Capital, a world-wide investment and management firm, is holding CyberHub Summit on November 8 - 9, 2017, in Atlanta. With the ever-present cyber threats such as the WannaCry Virus, to personal and business data, the conference is extremely relevant for the opportunity to learn from thought leaders from across the globe.

The two-day conference is expected to draw CEOs, CIOs and CTOs, as well as other high-ranking officials, who focus on securing personal data.

Another reason to attend Cyber Hub Summit Atlanta 2017

LONDON — The National Health Service is in chaos across the United Kingdom as the result of a major cyberattack.

Hospitals are being closed, operations are being cancelled, and patients are being turned away as at least 16 NHS organisations up and down the country struggle with "major" technical issues.

NHS services from Barts in London to Liverpool say they are affected. Some employees are reporting that NHS computers have been hit with ransomware — malicious software that encrypts all all the data on a computer then demands a ransom to unlock it.