CyberMaryland, a two-day conference that has become a staple for the state's cyber security industry, kicks off Thursday at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.
The conference features more than 30 panels on themes such as training and education, cyber security for businesses and working with the government. The director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Michael S. Rogers, who also serves as commander of U.S. Cyber Command, will give the opening keynote address Thursday.
The event is expected to draw hundreds of local and national industry executives and students.
In addition to panel discussions, the event includes a job fair with at least 30 employers, an industry showcase to highlight growing cyber companies, and
The conference is put on by the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame and Federal Business Council.
To attend guests must register online at https://www.fbcinc.com/cybermdconference.