2016 North American International Cyber Summit
October 17, 2016
8:30am - 4:00pm
COBO Center - Detroit, MI
Twitter Hashtag: #MICyberSummit
The North American International Cyber Summit 2016 hosted by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, is once again set to take place in the heart of Downtown Detroit at Cobo Center. As in previous year’s this event will bring together experts from across the globe to address a variety of cyber-security issues impacting the world. The Summit is scheduled for Monday, October 17, 2016.
The State of Michigan has long been considered a national leader on cyber security, leading the discussion on emerging trends and best practices in policy, law and all manner of public and private interests. The agenda for the event will feature internationally recognized speakers as well as experts from around the country to lead featured breakout sessions on the following featured industry topics:
NEW for 2016: High School Cyber Challenge
- Information Technology
- Economic Development
- Law Enforcement
- State & Local Government
- International Cyber Exercise
Teams of high school students from around the state will compete against each other in a unique cyber competition. These students have completed Round 1 of the competition and have scored high enough to be invited to go head-to-head in a fast-paced cyber challenge! Students will complete the challenge from 8 am until 12 pm with the top 3 teams receiving awards.
Back again for 2016: Annual International Invitation Cyber Competition
Don’t miss out on the annual international, multi-team, remote Capture the Flag exercise designed to challenge cyber security professionals in a real time, force on force setting. For six hours during the Summit teams will compete for control of elements of infrastructure by planting and maintaining an encrypted beacon on servers, routers, or workstations. The team controlling the most infrastructure elements, in other words, having the most active beacons, by the end of the exercise wins. Participating teams will operate from their own location and access the exercise through the Cyber Range. Each team will attempt to penetrate and control elements of critical infrastructure within the MCR’s training environment, called Alphaville.
Cost is $74 to attend.
Fee includes full day of educational sessions, continental breakfast and lunch.
NOTE: Discount price of $49 for students or members of the following organizations:
- West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium
- Members of the military
For more information, please contact
Leslie Smith, CMP
Phone: 248-353-0735, ext. 152