LANSING – The 2021 Michigan Cyber Summit (formerly the North American International Cyber Summit) is scheduled for Oct. 21. The full-day virtual conference is not only free to attend, but also virtual.
This event, now in its tenth year, will bring together experts to provide timely content and address a variety of cybersecurity issues impacting the world. Attendees will hear from government and industry leaders on the latest developments and gain insights into managing today’s security challenges. The state of Michigan has long been considered a national leader on cybersecurity, leading the discussion on emerging trends and best practices in policy, law, and all manner of public and private interests.
Keynote & Featured Speakers include:
- Gretchen Whitmer
- Governor Garlin Gilchrist II
- Brom Stibitz, Chief Information Officer and Director of the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget
- Laura Clark, Michigan Chief Security Officer
- Chris DeRusha, Federal Chief Information Security Officer in the Office of Management and Budget
Sessions Topics include:
- Chief Information Officer panel
- Diversity & Inclusion panel
- State of the State in Cybersecurity panel
- Critical Infrastructure & Cyber panel
Attendance is complimentary. To register visit: Michigan.gov/CyberSummit
VIEW THE AGENDA at: Michigan.gov/CyberSummit