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CyberMaryland 2014 announced for October 29-30

The region’s premier cybersecurity conference is returning to the Baltimore Convention Center.

Dominick Murray, Maryland Secretary of Business & Economic Development, speaking at CyberMaryland 2013. (Photo courtesy of Federal Business Council)

The 2014 CyberMaryland conference will be held Oct. 29 and 30 at the Baltimore Convention Center, state officials announced Wednesday.
The conference’s only announced keynote speaker thus far is retired U.S. Navy SEAL Lt. Jason “Jay” Redman, author and founder of the Virginia nonprofit Wounded Wear, which gives free modified clothing to wounded veterans. Past keynote speakers have included state and federal officials and even the deputy director of the National Security Agency.
Registration is now open and is free to government employees. Student registration is $50, with admission for other academia listed at $195. The early bird price for industry attendees is $295, with a jump to $395 on Aug. 1.
Check out some of our coverage of past CyberMaryland conferences.

Companies: Maryland Department of Commerce

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