Securing The Way We Work, Live + Operate

ConvergeOne is proud to host the virtual 2021 National Cybersecurity Summit featuring recognized industry experts and thought leaders.

Join us for a Private Keynote with Brian Krebs* of KrebsOnSecurity followed by informative sessions discussing the current threat landscape, industry paradigms and proven methods to help your organization prevent, detect and recover from modern day cyber threats across a hybrid landscape.

Immediately following the presentation, join us for an interactive whiskey tasting hosted by a professional Whiskey Sommelier. Attendees will be sent 5 selections of whiskey to the mailing address provided in registration.


1:00 pm EST-1:45 pm EST

Welcome + Keynote with Brian Krebs

1:45 pm EST-2:15 pm EST

CISO's Perspective on Security Today

2:15 pm EST-2:30 pm EST


2:30 pm EST-3:00 pm EST

Minimizing Business Risk

3:00 pm EST-3:30 pm EST

Ransomware and Simple Steps to help prevent it

3:30 pm EST-4:00 pm EST

5 Pitfalls of Securing Cloud

4:00 pm EST-4:15 pm EST

Wrap-Up and Cyber Recovery

4:15  pm EST- 4:15  pm EST

Wrap Up

4:15 pm EST-5:00 pm EST

Whiskey Tasting Event


Thursday, June 17, 2021

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time


If you attend the ConvergeOne Security Summit and then complete a WAVES assessment or Virtual Cloud Security Briefing with ConvergeOne, you will receive a FREE Oculus!

The first 30 follow up meetings qualify. Only one Oculus per organization.


*Brian Krebs is an independent investigative reporter who writes about cybercrime at the award-winning Web site 

Formerly with The Washington Post (1995 to 2009), Krebs is probably best known for breaking stories on high-profile data breaches, including those that hit Target, Home Depot, Michaels, and Ashley Madison.

A frequent interviewee and public speaker, Krebs has been profiled by 60 Minutes, The New York Times,, and Business Week. Krebss book, Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime - From Global Epidemic to Your Front Door – is now a New York Times bestseller.

In January 2015, the National Press Foundation announced it was awarding Krebs its Chairman's Citation, an award designed to "recognize individuals whose accomplishments fall outside the traditional categories of excellence." In October 2014, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners gave Krebs the "Guardian Award," an honor given annually to a journalist "whose determination, perseverance, and commitment to the truth have contributed significantly to the fight against fraud."

Krebs graduated in 1994 from George Mason University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies.