In this Issue:
  • Digital Learning Series Episode #2 - CyberSecurity
  • Get a Preview
  • Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Our second Digital Learning Series webinar is all set for Wed., July 15 at 10:30 am EDT

We have two great presentations scheduled. In the first, Keri Pearlson, from MIT Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan, will present her observations about cybersecurity in the COVID-19 world. She will then moderate a panel discussion that walks us through examining how secure our future technical environments are.
Keeping our Organizations Cyber-secure in the COVID-19 environment. How Secure are We? (Episode #2)

Keri Pearlson, from MIT Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan, will present her observations on cybersecurity in the COVID-19 environment and then she will lead a panel discussion to determine how secure we really are.
1) Presentation: Keeping our organizations cyber-secure in the COVID-19 environment

2) Panel: Cybersecurity – How secure are we?
  • Keri Pearlson, Executive Director, MIT Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS) (@kpearlson)
  • Danny Allan, Chief Technical Officer, Veeam Software (@dannyallan5)
  • Katie Jenkins, Senior Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, Liberty Mutual Insurance (@katiejenk1)
  • Andrew Stanley, Chief Information Security Office, Mars (@alphastanley)

Wednesday, July 15 from 10:30 am - Noon EDT
Get a Preview

Dr. Keri Pearlson has been a valued contributor to the MIT Sloan community, and her work frequently appears in technology publications. Here are some links so you can preview her prior contributions ahead of the July 15 webinar.
  • Podcast: Sloanies Talking with Sloanies - MIT Sloan research into cybersecurity from Oct 2019 - LINK
  • Article: Enterprisers Project - “3 ways leaders can build a stronger security culture” from Dr. Keri Pearlson - LINK
  • Panel: MIT Sloan CIO Symposium - “You Were Hacked—Now What?” (2017) - LINK
Looking Back & Looking Ahead

Looking for links to past webinars or the schedule for upcoming events? Please bookmark our agenda page - LINK
Best regards,

Allan R. Tate
Executive Chair, MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
MIT Center for Information Systems Research

MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association

MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy