Indiana Chamber to host cybersecurity conference for Hoosier companies in August

INDIANAPOLIS – With the current virtual work environment, the chances of cyberattacks on businesses have never been higher.

The Indiana Chamber’s Cybersecurity Conference, held on August 10 at the Indiana Chamber Conference Center in downtown Indianapolis, is designed to help organizations understand how to reduce cyber threats and implement the latest software technology to safeguard their operations.

“Businesses and organizations need to ask themselves if they’re using the best technology available – and if they’re using it safely,” explains Adam H. Berry, Indiana Chamber vice president of economic development and technology. “There’s so much at stake when it comes to cybersecurity and data protection, and that’s why this one-day conference provides such value.”

Adam H. Berry, Indiana Chamber vice president of economic development and technology

Topics on the day-long agenda include the implications of cyberattacks and the concept of cyber warfare, recent federal guidance, and executive orders, managing and mitigating data breaches, C-suite responsibilities, privacy compliance, CIS controls, and ransomware preparedness and disclosure.

Admission is $449 for Indiana Chamber members and $549 for non-members.

Registration and event information is available at or you can register by phone at (800) 824-6885.

The conference is supported by platinum sponsors Check Point Software and Network Solutions, Inc.; gold sponsors Comcast Business and Indiana Tech; and silver sponsors Integrity Network Solutions, Inc. and NineStar Connect.