The World's Top Cybersecurity Conferences for 2022

Posted by Mitchell Hall on July 21, 2022
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Security success doesn’t happen in a vacuum. That's why security conferences are vital—they give practitioners, decision-makers, and vendors a chance to get outside their day-to-day bubbles. Keeping up with in-person and virtual events gives you an inside look at the trends and technologies shaping our world, to better understand what your peers are doing, and which new attacks to look out for. So what are the top cybersecurity conferences 2022?

Morphisec has used its revolutionary Moving Target Defense technology to protect organizations across the globe from advanced threats since 2014, and attended dozens of security conferences in that time. We’ve learned a lot by engaging with customers, security leaders, government agencies, and other vendors. Now, with vaccines slowly reducing hospitalizations and deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are hundreds of events to choose from in the next twelve months. 

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To help prioritize your security event calendar, here are the cybersecurity conferences 2022 we think should be on your hit list.

Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit

SANS 2022 Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit Solutions Track

Where: Global, Online

When: January 27th—28th, 2022 

Format: Virtual

The SANS 2022 Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit Solutions Track is part of the SANS Institute Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit and Training series. It’s designed to give industry practitioners and security leaders an up-to-the-minute perspective on the latest challenges and opportunities experienced by cybersecurity professionals today. The summit takes place entirely online, and attendance is free. 

The Official Cyber Security Summit Series

Where: Various, USA/online

When: Multiple, January to December 

Format: In-person and virtual

With over two dozen events happening across the United States, the Official Cyber Security Summit Series features a broad spectrum of events for different industries and regions. Each summit is designed to connect senior-level executives with innovative solution providers and renowned information security experts.

All events in the series have a virtual option, and attendance is by invitation only. To ensure high peer-to-peer interaction occurs, each attendee is pre-approved and screened. Admission costs start at $95 per event day. 

FS-ISEC - 2022 Americas Spring Summit

Where: Orlando, Florida, USA.

When: March 27—March 30, 2022

Format: In-person

Financial services businesses face a wide range of emerging cyber risks. To help security practitioners and financial executives understand them, the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) brings together security industry leaders from some of the world's leading financial organizations for an in-person event in Orlando, Florida. 

Healthcare Innovation Summit Series

Where: Various, USA/Online

When: Multiple, April to November 

Format: In-person

These eight, regionally distributed events focus on helping healthcare executives explore the latest trends and challenges in healthcare innovation. Each event features a cybersecurity track session on day one dedicated to healthcare cybersecurity. 

Attendees to Summit Series Events tend to be in leadership roles within healthcare organizations and health tech companies. It’s $595 for event guests to attend, while vendors are charged $2,095.

SecureWorld Event Series

Where: Various, USA

When: Multiple, April to December

Format: In-person and virtual

The SecureWorld Event series allows attendees to earn CPE credits while engaging in educational elements alongside security thought leaders. Events are regionally distributed across the United States. 

Some events are in-person only, while others are virtual. A standard conference pass for in-person events costs $200, but other ticket types are available. Virtual events are free to attend. 

Infosecurity Europe

Where: London, UK

When: June 21—June 23, 2022

Format: In-person

One of the largest European cybersecurity gatherings, Infosecurity Europe enables European practitioners and security executives to get ahead of industry-defining trends. The conference attracts hundreds of vendors, several thousand attendees, and a collection of the most influential people in European and international security annually.

Attendees at Infosecurity Europe can listen to over two dozen speakers. Talks span topics from technical advice to enlightening experiences with hackers in North Korea. As well as a large variety of networking events and workshops, the conference's technology showcase gives attendees a snapshot of tech that will shape the future of security. 

Black Hat Las Vegas

Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

When: August 6—August 11, 2022

Format: In-person and virtual

Started in 1997, Black Hat conferences are internationally important events for people interested in, or responsible for cybersecurity. Black Hat Las Vegas starts with four days of training for security professionals on both defensive and offensive aspects of security. The conference itself takes place afterward and features two days of talks, workshops, and networking events. 

There are multiple ticket options available, but the regular registration pass, which gives attendees access to the in-person conference, costs between $2,295 and $2,895, depending on the booking date. Training sessions need to be booked individually and are not included in the ticket price. 


Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

When: August 11—August 14, 2022

Format: In-person and virtual

Started in 1993 as a farewell party for a hacking network member, DEFCON 30 is an annual highlight for hacking enthusiasts from both sides of the fence. This includes members of government agencies like the FBI and NSA, security practitioners, and individuals with less legal experience.  

The conference famously features an eclectic variety of contests. These range from real-world lockpicking to red-versus-blue events where teams of hackers defend and attack a simulated network. Training events also take place in the run-up to the conference and can be booked individually. The cost of attending DEFCON 30 in-person is $360, with different rates available for hybrid attendance. 

InfoSec World

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA

When: September 26—September 28, 2022

Format: In-person

Describing itself as the "Business of Security" conference, InfoSec World aims to give executives and security practitioners a snapshot of how the security world is changing. The conference schedule includes a range of focused workshops covering security technologies like XDR, and summits around broad issues such as cloud security and leadership. 

Attendees typically come from various experience levels, backgrounds, and industries. Multiple tickets are available, including discounts for government employees, but the standard main conference fee is $1,895. InfoSec World does not have a virtual attendance option. 

Cyber Solutions Fest

SANS Cyber Solutions Fest

Where: Online, Global

When: October 13—October 14, 2022

Format: Virtual

Four tracks—ransomware, cloud security, SOC $ SOAR, and Threat Hunting & Intelligence—give attendees a close look at the hottest security technologies on the market today. 

By connecting vendors and industry thought leaders with practitioners and security decision-makers, this event can help organizations plan their security investments. It’s free for attendees and takes place entirely online. 

Cybertech Global Tel Aviv

Cybertech Global Tel Aviv

Where: Tel Aviv, Israel

When: January 30—February 1, 2023

Format: In-person

Occurring in the world's most vibrant tech ecosystems, Cybertech Global enables attendees to network with their cybersecurity peers from across the globe. It hosts a range of speakers from across the technology world as well as journalists and political leaders. 

Over 200 technology companies are represented at this cyber tech exhibition, and attendees can meet some of the world's more innovative start-ups. A full conference pass costs between $650 and $1,000, depending on the booking date. Different pricing and pass options are available. 

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HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition

Where: Chicago, Illinois, USA

When: April 17—April 21, 2023

Format: In-person

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Global Health Conference & Exhibition describes itself as "the most influential healthcare event of the year.” It attracts over 30,000 individuals working across various roles in healthcare, including government employees, CIOs, senior executives, and security practitioners. 

There are plenty of networking and continuing education opportunities. And attendees can explore pavilions themed around topics like "Healthcare of the future" and a "Cybersecurity Command Center."

RSA Conference 

Where: Chicago, Illinois, USA

When: April 24—April 27, 2023

Format: In-person and virtual 

Over 45,000 people attend RSA. The conference is arguably the most significant security event to take place each year. Across themed speaking sessions, roundtables, and special events, attendees can listen to hundreds of speakers and participate in discussions that will shape the future of cybersecurity.

The conference aims to have something for individuals at all levels in cybersecurity, from people getting to grips with security fundamentals to industry thought leaders. 

Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit

Where: National Harbour, Maryland, USA

When: June 7—June 10, 2023

Format: In-person

A highlight of the cybersecurity conference calendar, Gartner's Security and Risk Management Summit is an important networking and learning event for security practitioners. 

It features keynote addresses from security leaders at household name organizations, and tracks ranging from infrastructure security to cybersecurity leadership. Attendees get a chance to learn more about cutting-edge trends and technologies at an assortment of workshops, industry roundtables, and one-on-ones with Gartner experts. 

The Ultimate List of Cybersecurity Conferences 2022

As you can see, we also included a handful of conferences for 2023 to help your advance planning. Cybersecurity conferences are an invaluable resource for cybersecurity professionals. They’re a way to learn about new threats, new technologies, and new ways of thinking. Crucially, they’re a way to extend your network of thought leaders, vendors, customers, and employees. If there’s a cybersecurity conference missing from this list that you think should be included, please contact

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