MIT Technology Review’s December 2-3 virtual conference, CyberSecure, equips executives, leaders, and managers with practical guidance on cyber-breach prevention and incident response.
“Cybersecurity is crucial everywhere, across all organizations and in every old and emerging technology. Threats move quickly and change daily. This event gathers key experts to help you understand what comes next,” said Patrick Howell O’Neill, cybersecurity reporter for MIT Technology Review.
CyberSecure speakers bring cross-industry perspectives on nation-state hackers, cyber-resiliency strategies, holistic risk management, and the path toward a zero-trust future. They represent a curated selection of researchers, information security specialists, and leaders experienced in preventing and responding to cybercrime attacks. They include:
MK Palmore, Field Chief Security Officer | Palo Alto Networks
John Hultquist, Senior Director, Intelligence Analysis | FireEye
Jamil Farshchi, Chief Information Security Officer | Equifax
Alissa Abdullah (Dr. Jay), Deputy Chief Security Officer | Mastercard
Edna Conway, VP Global Security, Risk & Compliance, Azure | Microsoft Corporation
Aaron Cockerill, Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Strategy Officer | Lookout
Halvor Molland, Senior Vice President | Norsk Hydro ASA
Ben Buchanan, Director, Cyber AI Project | Georgetown University
Kimberly Grauer, Head of Research | Chainanalysis
CyberSecure presenting partners include Darktrace, a world leader in AI cybersecurity that specializes in threat detection, investigation, and response; and Mimecast, a leading email security and cyber-resilience company.
Visit cybersecuremit.com for the full speaker lineup, the two-day agenda, and registration.
CyberSecure begins on Wednesday, December 2, at 12:00 pm EDT. Media who would like to cover the event should reach out to [email protected] to learn more about obtaining press credentials.
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