Every internet-connected laptop, server, and device offers an opportunity for a hacker to infiltrate and compromise your organization. Having a robust cyber-resilience plan for your organization is as fundamental as having a marketing, financial, and business strategy plan.
If you are grappling with the far-reaching business implications of this reality, you need to attend CyberSecure, MIT Technology Review’s inaugural virtual event on the business of cyber risk. This two-day virtual event includes sessions on how to prevent and respond to ransomware, stand up to nation-state hackers, and build a cyber-resilient organization.
Our lineup of expert speakers includes:
- Alissa Abdullah (Dr. Jay), deputy chief security officer at Mastercard
- Ben Buchanan, author of The Hacker and the State: Cyber Attacks and the New Normal of Geopolitics and director of the CyberAI Project at Georgetown University Center for Security and Emerging Technology
- Edna Conway, VP of Global Security, Risk & Compliance for Microsoft’s Azure Platform
- Jamil Farshchi, chief information security officer at Equifax
- Herbert Lin, senior research scholar at the Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation
- MK Palmore, field chief security officer at Palo Alto Networks
- Nils Puhlmann, chief trust & security officer at TripActions and cofounder of the Cloud Security Alliance
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experts at the forefront of cybersecurity as they share best practices so you can stay ahead of cyber threats. Purchase your ticket to CyberSecure today.
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