ACSC Conference 2017 - Registration Open
October 10, 2017
Advanced Cyber Security Center Hosts Day-Long Cyber Security Conference at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Annual event covers effective practices and collaborative processes to defend and deter cyber attacks
The 2017 Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC) Annual Conference will take place from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm on Thursday, November 2, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The event brings together more than 200 executives and experts from the region’s industry, investor, university, and government organizations to address best practices for combatting the most advanced cyber threats. Attendees can register at https://www.acscenter.org/news-events/2017conf.html. Cost is $225 for non ACSC members and free to members.
|EVENT:||Advanced Cyber Security Center Annual Conference and Next Wave Technology Showcase
The Business of Cyber Security: Strategies for Success
|DATE:||November 2, 2017|
|TIME:||8:00 am to 5:30 pm|
|LOCATION:||Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 600 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02210|
The agenda for this year’s ACSC Annual Conference includes a powerful lineup of speakers, as well as a Next Wave Tech Showcase with local companies sharing the latest game-changing cyber security innovations. The ACSC will also unveil the organizations’ latest research findings, and what they mean to the business of security in New England.
Featured Speakers include:
- Richard Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Good Harbor Security Risk Management
- Joel Jacobs, CIO, The MITRE Corporation
- Bobbie Stempfley, Director, CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute
- Tim Edgar, Senior Fellow, Watson Institute at Brown University and author of "Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance and the Struggle to Reform the NSA"
- Jothy Rosenberg, CEO, Dover Microsystems
Key sessions will focus upon:
- Building Cyber Strategies for Long-term Success
- Integrating Cyber into Business Processes
- Collaborative Defense: Best Practices and New Solutions from the Front Lines
- Beyond Snowden: Government Surveillance
- Women and Security: Panel Discussion of Challenges, Opportunities and Success
“The ACSC is committed to strengthening New England’s position as a major region for cybersecurity research and development, education, and thought leadership. We are building on the considerable cybersecurity strengths already existing in New England by increasing the collaboration necessary to address the cybersecurity threat,” said Michael Figueroa, Executive Director of the ACSC. “This annual conference brings the region’s security leaders and business executives together for collaborative defense and practical advice.”
Registration is open for general admission, with complementary admission for ACSC members and $225 for non-members.
About the Advanced Cyber Security Center
The Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC) is a non-profit and cross-sector regional collaborative that is focused on building a stronger community defense by harnessing the collective resources of its members to solve common cyber security problems. As a leading federally-registered regional Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO), the ACSC serves as a security community hub that encourages cross-sector collaboration, taps advanced technology solutions, and promotes effective practices to help organizations strengthen their own cyber defense. At the same time, the ACSC deepens the capacity of the broader cyber community by enabling organizations to collectively address common problems, reduce duplicative effort, and establish a new baseline for security across Massachusetts and the New England regional community.