About Billington CyberSecurity

Billington CyberSecurity is an independent media company that produces high level executive forums, conferences, and seminars about cybersecurity. Upcoming events include the Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit July 22, 2016 in Detroit, MI and the 7th annual Billington CyberSecurity Summit September 13, 2016 in Washington, DC.

The mission of Billington CyberSecurity is to bring together thought leaders from all sectors to examine the state of cybersecurity and highlight ways to strengthen the international cyber defenses within government and the private sector.

Founder Thomas K. Billington invites top cybersecurity thought leaders to address key questions facing the nation and the world. Speakers at Billington events have included the Director of the NSA; the heads of cybersecurity at DHS and the White House; Army, Navy, and Air Force military cyber commanders; as well as IT security leaders at AT&T, The General Electric Company, Goldman Sachs, Aetna, The Blackstone Group, Capital One, and General Motors Company.

A key element at Billington events is networking opportunities – mingling with colleagues and event sponsors to discuss the latest developments in cyber defense and security and view innovative solutions from our sponsors. The connections made at Billington events open new avenues for continued collaboration between attendees and sponsors.

Billington CyberSecurity now also provides customized webinars, white papers, and training in the cybersecurity area.

About Tom Billington

Thomas K. Billington, Chairman and Founder, produced his first cybersecurity conference in 2002 at BNA (now Bloomberg BNA) and spent over a decade producing hundreds of conferences, roundtables, and virtual seminars at that company and at ThomsonReuters.

Tom founded Billington CyberSecurity in 2010 as he witnessed the growing risks in cyber space facing the government and the private sector and saw the need for a company laser-focused on cybersecurity education and events. At his first Billington Cybersecurity Summit in 2010, attendees immediately recognized the value of the event.  In the succeeding years the summits have grown to meet the demand for more information, education, and networking.  Recent summits have been sold-out.