ACSC 2020 Annual Conference

 

 

 

 

     An integrated series of virtual sessions     

     Opens with a membership Table Top cyber exercise on October 6/7   and concludes on November 12 with a public session on the future for digital & cybersecurity jobs

     Aligned with National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October) and      the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ cyber awareness campaign

 

Third Annual Cross-Sector Table Top Exercise 
October 6-7 - Member Registration, Click Here
Members Only

Conducted in partnership with DHS and the Mass Cyber Center, this unique Public-Private exercise has the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as an active partner and exercise participant, and drives collaboration across as well as within organizations (across Information Security, Legal, and Communications functions).  

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Beyond Annual Compliance: Effective Use of Penetration Testing and Red Teams to Assess Systems, Improve Security, and Build Talent
Thursday, October 15 | 10-11:30 am - Members Click Here to Register
ACSC Members Only

Case studies and a round table discussion of ACSC’s recent research on how organizations use penetration testing, internal and external red teams (ethical hacking) to test their practices, tools, and people.  The end goal is to continually assess vulnerabilities, improve strategies, and build talent.
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Driving the Cybersecurity Agenda with the C-Suite and Boards - A CEO / CISO Fireside Chat  
Thursday, October 22 | 10-11:30 am - Registration Open
Open to the Public

How CISOs can effectively advocate strategy, security policies, funding requirements, and key metrics to executive decision makers, so they can make informed decisions on risk appetite and essential security investments. The 2018 ACSC report on the role of corporate boards in governing cybersecurity will help inform the discussion.
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Cyber Risk and Business Strategy: How New Standards Are Changing Practice
Tuesday, October 27 | 10-11:30 am - Members Click Here to Register
ACSC Members Only

How are your peers integrating cyber risk into their overall digital strategies? Where do we expect more stringent standards and requirements from regulators and insurers, especially for 3rd party risk? How are you managing your risks and security investments to respond to these changes?
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Collaborative Defense: Shared Responsibility for Cloud Security - An Executive Fireside Chat
Thursday, November 5  | 10-11:00 am - Members Click Here to Register
ACSC Members Only

Who’s in charge? What defines an effective partnership between customers and vendors as the cloud becomes ubiquitous for enterprises, large and small? How do multiple partners act differently to establish a successful collaboration and integrate resources and staff in this shared environment?
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ACSC Member Convening: Launching our 10th Year
Thursday, November 12,  8:30 - 10:00 am - Members Click Here to Register 
ACSC Members Only

Briefings on 2020 activity on Cloud Security, 3rd Party Risk, Cyber Frameworks, and AI, including a discussion of outcomes from the October 6/7 Table Top Exercise. Member input on creation of the 2021 ACSC agenda and curriculum.
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Massachusetts Economic Agenda: the Future for Digital and Cybersecurity Jobs – An Agenda-setting CEO Conversation
Thursday, November 12 | 12:30 - 2:00 pm - Registration Open
Open to the Public

Co-sponsored by the Boston Federal Reserve Bank, this CEO roundtable will 1) review corporate plans post-COVID for permanently expanded remote work that achieves a balance of office/remote work for digital economy staff and retains the value of co-location for corporate culture and innovation, and 2) discuss the implications of these plans on our local economy and recommendations for the Commonwealth’s economic agendas - including transportation, training and development, and support for local communities.
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Sponsorship opportunities available for the overall conference as well as individual sessions. Contact Jim Dinneen (JDinneen@ACSCenter.org)