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With the rise of ransomware attacks and cybercrime in the headlines week after week, fighting cybercriminals takes a multi-faceted approach that's not just the realm of the CTO, but of every business leader. 

There is no time to waste in ensuring that your organization’s cyber-resiliency strategy is on the right path. 

Join us at CyberSecure (November 16 & 17), MIT Technology Review’s premier cybersecurity conference, for the essentials you need to defend yourself against this evolving global threat.    

  • Crucial first steps after a high-visibility breach  
  • Proactive strategies for recognizing and fixing security vulnerabilities 
  • Reporting a breach - the business liability and public good implications  
  • The options for preventing, reducing, and recovering financial losses 
  • Tools, technologies, and innovations necessary to dismantle the ransomware ecosystem 

Get unparalleled access to the most brilliant minds working in cybersecurity and technology, including: 

Timothy Brown
CISO & Vice President, Security 
SolarWinds  
Elvis Chan
Assistant Special Agent in Charge  
FBI San Franciso   
Joy Chik
Corporate Vice President  
Microsoft Identity   
Sandra Joyce 
EVP, Head of Global Intelligence  
FireEye Mandiant  

Get the knowledge and tools you need to mount your defense at CyberSecure. 

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