A Year in Review

December 16, 2021by Simon Bracey Lane Cybersecurity 2021, a Year in Review The world continues to become increasingly hyper-competitive and uncertain. States, sub-state and non-state actors use all the tools of statecraft, short of open conflict, to inflict damage on their adversaries. Power is commonly exercised through an interconnected matrix of operations that seek to […]

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Hidden Heroes

December 16, 2021by Eileen Manning, Co-Founder, Executive Producer, Cyber Security Summit As we wrap up the year and reflect on another Cyber Security Summit, I want to express my gratitude to the army of people without whom this event and this organization could not exist.  The 11th Annual Cyber Security Summit brought together over 1,000 […]

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An Overview of Jen Easterly’s (Director, CISA) Keynote Presentation

Thursday, November 17, 2021by Cyber Security Summit In her keynote address at the 11th Annual Cyber Security Summit, Director Easterly outlined CISA’s role as a unique, public-private collaborative entity designed to understand, manage, and reduce cybersecurity risk for all Americans.  Director Easterly outlined how CISA is witnessing a fundamental shift in the collaborative paradigm, moving […]

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Summit Spotlight: Securing Small Businesses

By Simon Bracey Lane, PhD student, University of Canberra. A driving force of the Cyber Security Summit is the goal of resolving issues that matter to people. The small business session features experts who know how to secure a small business. No matter your company’s size, by the end of this session you will be […]

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The Visionary Leadership Awards

By Simon Bracey Lane, PhD student, University of Canberra. The Cyber Security Summit is delighted to announce this year’s winners of the 2021 Visionary Leadership Awards (VLA). Celebrating those on the cutting edge of the field is a vital component of the Cyber Security Summit. Each year the Summit presents awards in 9 categories, with […]

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Keynotes & Key Folks

By Simon Bracey Lane, PhD student, University of Canberra. The topic of this year’s Cyber Security Summit is the Power and Peril of Connection. Connections are powerful. The value of our interpersonal connections became evident in 2020 as the pandemic changed the way we interact with colleagues, friends, and family. The proliferation of mobile devices […]

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Summit Spotlight: Securing the Public Sector, IoT and Healthcare

By Simon Bracey Lane, PhD student, University of Canberra. As our societies become more interconnected, the threat vectors adversaries exploit to damage our critical infrastructure has also grown. The Cyber Security Summit’s Monday programming will allow participants to engage with a broad array of topics that impact cybersecurity in the public sector, healthcare and IoT […]

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Work Is Something People Do, It Is Not a Place

By Harry Moseley, Global Chief Information Officer, Zoom Video Communications original blog post: https://blog.zoom.us/work-is-something-people-do-it-is-not-a-place/   Work is something we do, not a place we have to be. At least, not anymore. Now that employees have clearly demonstrated they can work productively from anywhere, it’s time to carry the agile, flexible technology core to pandemic continuity […]

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Our pivot to 100% virtual

Managing the uncertainty of the pandemic Thursday, September 9, 2021by Eileen Manning, Co-Founder, Executive Producer, Cyber Security Summit Dear Colleagues, As we approach the 11th annual Cyber Security Summit this fall, we have been inundated with questions about the safety of in-person attendance. Since the pandemic’s onset, keeping our attendees safe has been our top […]

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Summit Co-Chairs Set the Scene for #cybersummitMN

The 11th Annual Cyber Security Summit is fast approaching!  This year’s theme, The Power and Peril of Connection, will feature more than 100 speakers discussing the critical cybersecurity topics that link us all together, for better or worse.  Our program committee has been hard at work for months creating a program that will give you […]

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Emerging Threats – Small Businesses are Especially Vulnerable to Ransomware Trends

By Scott Singer July 17, 2021 The connected nature of today’s world creates great opportunities for reaching people and customers, but it also allows the same opportunity for hackers. Covid 19 pushed the workforce outside the normal network perimeter generating even more opportunities for hackers. In this environment, it was only a matter of time […]

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