Conference Overview

CyberTexas Ecosystem

The ecosystem is strongest when industry and government collaborate on common goals. Texas has established itself as a trailblazer in the cybersecurity community, fostering companies, universities, and government leaders all committed to keeping Texas and the USA safe. Learn from top thought leaders and San Antonio Hall of Honor members on how the CyberTexas Ecosystem continues to grow and operate.

Communication

Texas provides a strong voice on a national level for the cybersecurity conversation, due to its expertise, strengths, focus, and business sectors

Education

Learn about trending cybersecurity topics that are compelling and timely. Discover training and education programs available to you and your company. Support the next generation of cyber warriors, highlighting STEM, and cyber careers for Texas students.

Innovation

Support the growing cybersecurity economy by synchronizing the agenda with the evolving needs of the region’s stakeholders. Highlights San Antonio and the state of Texas as a desirable location for companies and personnel to locate which companies are involved in cybersecurity.

Workforce Development

Generate workforce development activities including the Cyber Job Fair. Learn about programs at the region’s core areas including banking, oil & gas, government, military, intelligence, border security, and other mission areas.

Networking Opportunities

From our exhibit hall to the reception, The CyberTexas Conference provides you with different opportunities to network with industry, government, academia, and students, to learn new ideas and practices.

Past Attendees

The CyberTexas Conference brings together over 40 exhibitors and 700 attendees. Who should attend? Anyone in the cybersecurity, technology, education, or innovation field working to strengthen cybersecurity with in the state of Texas and beyond. Past conferences have attracted and engaged multi-sector attendee-base consisting of private sector, academic and government participants reflecting the cross-section of the Texas cyber security ecosystem