BEVERLY HILLS—On Thursday,  June 30, CyberTech, the organizer of Israel’s largest cybersecurity conference, will hold its first event in Beverly Hills at the Wallis Annenberg Theater. The event is being held in partnership with the Consulate General Israel of Los Angeles and the city of Beverly Hills.

According to the press release from the Consulate General Israel of Los Angeles, the event is a one day gathering that brings together industry professionals, decision makers, start-ups and investors.

This event was sprung forth from an agreement signed in 2014 by California Governor Edmund Brown and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. This allows the city of Beverly Hills and Israeli to collaborate and work on projects and research together.

Amir Rappaport, the chief executive officer of Cybertech, explained the reasoning behind why the conference is needed. He indicated that “in the face of new threats we encounter daily, individuals, organizations and states are required to produce innovative, unique solutions to strengthen the resilience of sensitive communication systems they rely on every day.”

Rappaport further indicated that “for this purpose, it is essential to be aware of the latest developments in the cyber defense market.”

Conference attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations and solutions presented by the international cyber community. According to the conference’s website, there will be a focus on networking, strengthening alliances and forming new connections. There will also be an exhibition showing innovative technologies, meetings with leading start-ups and investors.

Some of the topics that will be presented during the conference include discussions regarding the media and entertainment industries, fintech and banking, cyber crime investigations and computer forensics and more. Conference speakers include Congressman Ed Royce, Rick Howard CSO of Palo Alto Networks, John Mirisch, Mayor of Beverly Hills and others.

The conference’s website states that registration is by invite only. Tickets include access to conference lectures and exhibition display. The conference begins at 8 a.m. and runs until about 4 p.m. The CyberTech website also features forms that companies must require to fill out in order to be in the exhibition and at the innovation booth. The event is being sponsored by Palo Alto Networks, Cobwebs Technologies, Firelayers, DataSunrise and many others.

Julia Kraut, manager international business development for Israel Defense indicated to Canyon News that registration is still available for those wanting to attend. Sign-up and your ticket will be waiting for you at the registration desk.

CyberTech has had other cyber solution conferences in other countries like Tel Aviv, Singapore and Toronto. According to its news statement its Tel Aviv event, one of the largest in the field outside the US, has over 12,000 participants annually from over 50 countries.

The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts is located at 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Parking will be available at 450 North Crescent Drive.