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Get #CyberFit with Acronis in October

Cyber protection specialist Acronis Software is planning its second annual global cyber summit, expected to take place at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in Florida on 19-21 October 2020.

Registration has already opened for the event, which has a theme of getting #CyberFit.

“Bringing together thought leaders, CIOs, service providers, resellers, distributors, developers, and enterprise businesses from around the world, an anticipated 2,000 attendees will explore the latest trends and opportunities in modern cyber protection – the transformational IT discipline that ensures organisations are #CyberFit,” Acronis said in its announcement.

Day one will be devoted to training and certification sessions and an evening reception, with the next two days offering full programmes of keynotes, panel discussions, customer and partner advisory sessions, technical break-outs, and tech showcases.

At the event, Acronis is looking forward to promoting its Acronis Cyber Protect solution, combining data protection and cybersecurity to provide backup and recovery, malware defences, and endpoint security and management.

The 2019 inaugural event featured renowned speakers, including Herjavec Group CEO Robert Herjavec, Tel Aviv University security analyst and researcher Keren Elazari, and a former US FBI counter-terrorism and counterintelligence operative, Eric O’Neill. Highlights here for viewing.

The registration page is here.

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