Lead a cyber-resilient organization

Strategies and practical guidance on breach prevention and incident response

Hosted online  |  December 2-3, 2020

CyberSecure 2020 is over.

Join us for CyberSecure 2021
November 16-17, 2021

The impact of cybersecurity breaches is no longer constrained to the IT department. The frequency and sophistication of ransomware, phishing schemes, and data breaches have the potential to destroy both brand health and financial viability.

This online event is for executives, leaders, and managers across industries who are responsible for creating a strategic and tactical cyber-resilient organization. Presented by expert stakeholders from industry, academia, government, and startups, the program is designed to offer practical guidance on breach prevention and incident response.

We’ll cover nation-state hackers, how to ensure cyber resiliency, holistic risk management, and moving toward a zero-trust future. 

Featured speakers

Deputy Chief Security Officer
Author of "The Hacker and the State: Cyber Attacks and the New Normal of Geopolitics" and Director, CyberAI Project
Georgetown University Center for Security and Emerging Technology
VP Global Security, Risk & Compliance, Azure
Microsoft Corporation
Chief Information Security Officer
Head of Research

MIT Technology Review's CyberSecure is a must-attend

  • Senior decision-makers who have a stake in the cyber-health of their enterprise: CISO, CSO, CIO, CTO, CDO’s, managers, and directors


  • Academic researchers interested in a cross-industry view of cybersecurity developments 

  • Entrepreneurs and SMEs pioneering innovative cyber security technologies  


  • Government and civic leaders responsible for data protection and the privacy and security of their systems and citizens   

Presenting partner

Cross-industry perspectives on

Standing up to Nation-State Hackers


Ransomware Response and Prevention


Building a Cyber-Resilient Organization


Holistic Risk Management


What you can expect from MIT Technology Review

Invitation-only presenters

Presenters are invited based on proven experience and relevance to timely and pressing topics. Our online program enables speakers to network with attendees throughout the event.

Actionable insights

Get practical, near-term guidance to build your cyber-resilient action plan.

Seasoned perspectives

Hype-free, rational assessments of technologies and trends from experienced leaders hailing from corporate, academia, government, and service providers.



Connect with industry leaders, virtually: CyberSecure registration includes interactive panel discussions, chat sessions, and live conversations on December 2-3; and on-demand videos and speaker materials. All attendees will receive The Download, MIT Technology Review's weekday email newsletter.

Access the MIT Technology Review advantage: All paying attendees will receive a one-year complimentary digital subscription to MIT Technology Review.


We are pleased to offer conference discounts to MIT alumni and other members of the MIT community, non-profit organizations, select affiliate groups, and parties of three or more. A limited number of scholarships are also available. Email to inquire about your eligibility: eventsreg@technologyreview.com

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If you cancel your registration for any reason, you must notify us in writing before November 2, 2020 for a refund less a $100 processing fee. Cancellations on and after November 2 are nonrefundable. You may transfer your registration to another person at any time by providing authorization to us in writing. All cancellations and transfer requests should be sent to: eventsreg@technologyreview.com.


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