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MIT Technology Review’s virtual CyberSecure event begins November 16, 2021

The conference helps leaders solve cybersecurity challenges in the face of the rising ransomware crisis and organized cybercrime.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review's cybersecurity conference, CyberSecure, takes place November 16-17, 2021. This online event distills the global threat landscape and provides the trustworthy strategies and best practices on breach prevention, threat detection, cyber-resiliency, and crisis management that organizations need to protect themselves. See the full CyberSecure conference agenda and register.

This year's conference includes a rsthand account of the landmark SolarWinds cyberattack; a one-of-a-kind, protected conversation with "the ransomware slayer" who has stymied over a billion dollars' worth of cybercrime; and discussions of the role advancements in AI, machine learning, and biometrics are playing in cybersecurity.

Attendees will hear from and engage with top cybersecurity leaders from across the globe, including:

  • Timothy Brown, CISO & Vice President, Security, SolarWinds
  • Elvis Chan, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI San Francisco
  • Joy Chik, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Identity
  • Sandra Joyce, Executive VP, Head of Global Intelligence and Advanced Practices, Mandiant Apostolos Malatras, Team Leader, Knowledge and Information, EU Agency for Cybersecurity Andy Purdy, Chief Security Ofcer, Huawei Technologies US
  • Raj Samani, Chief Scientist, McAfee
  • Caroline Wong, Chief Strategy Ofcer, Cobalt

Access to CyberSecure 2021 opens on Monday, November 15, at 12:00 pm EDT. View registration benets, ticket options, and policies. Media who would like to cover the event should reach out to to learn more about obtaining press credentials.

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