Convince Your Boss

Cyber Security Atlanta 2018 is set to be the biggest and most comprehensive cyber security event yet. Whilst we don’t need to tell you that you’ve made a great choice by deciding to attend, your boss may need some convinving.

Below, we’ve provided a Justification Letter Template outlining why Cyber Security Atlanta is beneficial to you and your organization. Simply copy and paste this letter into an email and your boss will have a hard time saying no!


Dear <Decision Maker Name>,

I am writing to request your approval for me to attend Cyber Security Atlanta 2018, taking place on 17-18 October at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Cyber Security Atlanta will combine world-class content available on the exhibition floor, a strategic C-Suite level keynote conference and invaluable networking opportunities across two days.
They expect 3,000 cyber professionals to attend along with 40 industry-leading vendors and 90 expert speakers covering topics such as ransomware, network security, identity & access management, threat intelligence, social engineering and risk & compliance.
I believe that attending will enable me to expand my knowledge, learn new skills, network with security professionals and keep up to date with the latest cyber attacks, trends and technologies in the cyber security market.
It is a unique and innovative offering that differentiates from other events, feel free to have a look at the website for more information
Here’s a quick breakdown of the event:
•    Cyber Security’s Fastest Growing Event Series
•    3,000 Attendees, 40 Vendors, 90 Speakers, 6 On-Floor Content Theaters
•    Attendee features such as a Cyber Hack, Cyber Meetups and Networking Bars

2018 speakers announced so far include:

•    Kevin Mitnick, The World's Most Famous Hacker
•    Rohit Ghai, President, RSA
•    Dave Lewis, Global Security Advocate, Akamai Technologies
•    Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace
•    Kathy Winger, Attorney at law, Law Offices of Kathy Delaney Winger
•    Robert Gibbons, Chief Technology Officer, Datto
•    Brian Contos, CISO & VP Technology Innovation, Verodin
•    Joe Gray, Founder, Blogger & Podcaster, Advanced Persistent Security
•    And many more:


Here's the cost breakdown:

Keynote Pass
-$499 Earld Bird Rate - Available Now
-$599 Standard

Briefing & Expo Pass
-$99 Earld Bird Rate - Available Now
-$199 Standard

With your permission, I’d like to secure a <Insert Pass Type> pass to this event. I will update the team when I get back and circulate any ideas or recommendations for discussion, along with a review of the event so you are able to make future decisions on colleague attendance.

Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to your reply.

Kind Regards,

<Insert Your Name Here>