Attending conferences is a great way to grow your knowledge and network. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites for this upcoming year:

March 11: Uniting Women in Cyber: Harnessing Momentum

Tysons Corner, VA

While only one day, Uniting Women in Cyber provides a packed schedule featuring women from industry and government alike. Notable on the list is Deborah James, 23rd Secretary of the US Air Force, Hemma Prafullchandra, CTO for M365 Security + Compliance Center at Microsoft, and Kristin Demoranville, Global Industrial Cyber Security Manager at Sony.

Check out their site to learn more and register.

March 12-14: Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS)

Denver, CO

The good: this conference attracts a ton of women in industry and academia. The bad: it’s so popular that registration sells out in mere hours. If you haven’t already signed up, you can get on the waitlist in case any additional conference badges come available. Otherwise you’ll have to convince your employer to sponsor the conference or put a reminder in your calendar now for next January to get on top of registering!

More info here.

August 6-7: The Diana Initiative

Las Vegas, NV

This conference takes place during Black Hat USA and features multiple speaker tracks, fully expanded villages, hands-on workshops and a women-led Capture the Flag event.

Tickets are currently on sale.

October 20-22: Executive Women Forum’s 18th Annual National Conference

Scottsdale, AZ

With a long-running history, the EWF’s annual conference attracts many established and rising leaders in information security, risk, and privacy from household brands you know. This is the place to go if you want to grow your network of accomplished women in the space.

Special early bird registration is currently open and ends Jan 31st.