DC CyberWeek, presented by CyberScoop, is the nation's largest cybersecurity festival. This SXSW-style citywide festival drives thousands of the most influential cybersecurity leaders to Washington, DC for one week to exchange best practices, collaborate and find ways to achieve common goals.
DC CyberWeek will feature hundreds of cybersecurity community events—for learning, networking, hacking and improving cybersecurity. Sign up as an individual, bring your team or submit an application to host an event! Your complimentary week-long pass will give you access to hundreds of events, exclusive invitations and ongoing updates.
Headlined by the nation's top cybersecurity leaders and experts, DC CyberTalks features a series of quick-fire keynotes. Topics include cyber threat intelligence, election security, cyber workforce and ways the most influential agencies and companies are solving unprecedented security challenges.
Kick off the week with the entire cybersecurity leadership community at the festival’s official opening party hosted by CyberScoop! The biggest names from tech, government, venture capital and academia will gather for an exclusive networking opportunity, only available to festival attendees.
Community events are the heart and soul of DC CyberWeek! This is your chance to meet the top leaders in the cyber field, sharpen your skill set, and expand your professional network. Sign up for as many events as you can and get the most out of this year's festival!
Network with the most influential leaders in cybersecurity.
Learn from the leading cybersecurity companies on how they are tackling some of tomorrow's most pressing threats.
Collaborate with top cyber thought leaders and experts to solve common challenges.
Participate in more than 100 community events, summits, workshops, hackathons and social gatherings.
Reach thousands of cybersecurity decision makers and influencers as a DC CyberWeek sponsor. Put your brand and innovations at the center of cybersecurity conversations affecting every industry: government, healthcare, finance, transportation, energy, law, policy and more. In-person and digital exposure will deliver brand recognition, thought leadership opportunities and access to thousands of festival registrants.
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Let DC CyberWeek provide the platform to promote your event. Be a host and highlight your company’s cyber expertise across CyberScoop’s community of 350,000+ decision-makers and influencers in cybersecurity, tech and government.
Who should host DC CyberWeek events?
Anyone involved in tech or cybersecurity may host a DC CyberWeek event. Organizations may be involved in government, technology, legal, financial, education or non-profit industries.
How can DC CyberWeek help me promote my event?
After you’ve submitted your event to the DC CyberWeek community calendar, your event will appear on the official Schedule. Each week, CyberScoop will release a social media posts and emails, promoting DC CyberWeek and the community calendar. If you’d like to learn more about how to boost your organization's visibility, reach out to email@example.com.
What do I need to host an event?
In order to host a DC CyberWeek community event, your company must secure your own event venue, refreshments, and method of registration. CyberScoop is not able to manage attendee registration for community events or assist with venue reservations.
What kind of venue do I need? Where should it be?
Any space you want! It’s up to you, but the location should be within the DC-metro area and we recommend that your venue be along the metro line, or easily accessible through public transportation.
What if my company is a venue? Can I advertise my space to event hosts?
If you are interested in participating by offering your venue as a potential location, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What kind of event should my company host?
The stage is yours, but hackathons, roundtable discussions, summits/conferences, networking happy hours and meet ups are most preferred by DC CyberWeek attendees.
How big does a DC CyberWeek event need to be?
DC CyberWeek events may be large or small, ranging from 5-10 for small working events to hundreds if you want to host a reception or summit. It’s up to you and what your organizations is aiming to achieve.
What if I have more questions?
We have more answers! Send us a note at email@example.com and our award-winning events team will be in touch.