Top tech conferences: The ultimate tech events guide for July 2024

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It's a brand new year, and there are hundreds of top Tech Conferences to go to!

So to help you work out what events to head to in 2024, TechRadar Pro has curated a list of the most important international technology events, conferences and festivals coming this year, so you can keep up with tech innovations from every industry.

TECHSPO San Francisco

08th - 09th July | San Francisco

One of the many TECHSPO events happening this month, this is your chance to meet, innovate and network with those changing the face of technology in San Francisco and across the globe.

Why attend? Meet with those at the forefront of all tech industries with keynotes, training, and fireside chats with big names from Adobe, Facebook, Amazon and more.

TECHSPO Silicon Valley

08th - 09th July | Silicon Valley

SecureIT New York 2024

11th July | New York

SecureIT is the place to be for security leaders looking to meet the increasing demands on the industry. Threats, techniques and tactics are changing, and SecureIT New York could be your chance to stay ahead of the curve.

Why attend? Hear from experts such as Scott J. Shapiro, Founding Director of the Yale CyberSecurity Lab, and Nada Noaman, Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Vice President, The Estée Lauder Companies.

That Conference

29th July - 01st August | Wisconsin Dells

That Conference is a developer boot-camp for developers looking to make waves in the mobile, web, cloud and technology industries. Workshops, expert-led session and networking are just the tip of the iceberg for what's happening at That Conference

Why attend? Hear from experts such as Lance Larsen, Senior AR CV Engineer, Arthrex, and Greg Brimble, Systems Engineer, Cloudflare.

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Benedict Collins
Staff Writer (Security)

Benedict has been writing about security issues for close to 5 years, at first covering geopolitics and international relations while at the University of Buckingham. During this time he studied BA Politics with Journalism, for which he received a second-class honours (upper division). Benedict then continued his studies at a postgraduate level and achieved a distinction in MA Security, Intelligence and Diplomacy. Benedict transitioned his security interests towards cybersecurity upon joining TechRadar Pro as a Staff Writer, focussing on state-sponsored threat actors, malware, social engineering, and national security. Benedict is also an expert on B2B security products, including firewalls, antivirus, endpoint security, and password management.

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