The RH-ISAC is proud to present the 2020 RH-ISAC Cyber Intelligence Summit in Leesburg, Virginia this September 15-16, 2020.
Join more than 200 retail and hospitality cybersecurity leaders for a two-day even that brings together top cybersecurity leaders and teams representing the most prominent organizations in retailers, restaurants, hotels, gaming casinos, food retailers, consumer products, and other consumer-facing companies. Called the “Crown Jewel of RH-ISAC offerings,” the annual event brings together members from the strategic, operational, and tactical levels to participate in interactive, practitioner led case studies showcasing what works – and sometime what does not work – in addressing the threats and challenges of the retail and hospitality industries.
The Summit features an RH-ISAC member-driven agenda including sessions delivered by prominent thought leaders, experts from the provider community, collaborative workshops, cybersecurity exercises, and exceptional networking opportunities. This is the “can’t miss” event for cybersecurity professionals from the retail and hospitality industries. We look forward to seeing you in Virginia!
Why Do Top Cybersecurity Leaders & Their Teams Attend?
Who attends the Retail Cyber Intelligence Summit?
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The Retail & Hospitality ISAC was built to create a secure place for retailers to share cybersecurity information and intelligence to not only better protect their own companies, but to also strengthen the entire sector – a rising tide lifting all ships.
What started in 2014 with about 30 companies coming together in Pittsburg, PA has now grown to include more than 130 Core Members (retailers, restaurants, hotels, gaming casinos, food retailers, consumer products, and other consumer-facing companies) sharing not only the threat information that they are seeing but their cybersecurity journey, as well, so others can learn, grow and continue to mature.
Our community also includes Associate Members who share their insights and provide key services to our retail, hospitality, and consumer-facing members.
What started with building trust one meeting at a time has led to a vibrant sharing community and last year the community collected more than 40,000 indicators of compromise that could be ingested automatically into members’ systems.