National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Launch Event

Hear from the nation’s leaders on cybersecurity from government, industry and nonprofits as we launch National Cybersecurity Awareness Month from Ypsilanti, MI on October 7th during the Michigan Cyber Summit.

PLEASE NOTE: The live stream will now be from 8:15am ET-11:30am ET

Schedule of Events

8:15- Welcome from David Behen, State of Michigan Chief Information Officer
8:25- Congressman Mike Rogers
8:30- Michigan Governor Rick Snyder
8:50- Congressmen John Dingell
8:55- Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
9:10- Congressman Hansen Clarke
9:15- Howard Schmidt, White House Cybersecurity Coordinator and Special Assistant to the President
9:30- Jacqueline Beauchere, Director of Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft
9:40- David Behen, State of Michigan Chief Information Officer
10:00- Panel Discussion
“Looking Forward on Cybersecurity”
The web is an amazing transformational technology yet in many ways the Internet is still in its infancy. As we look into the future we ponder the possibilities. What would we be able to achieve in the next 10 years if the web was a more secure and trusted platform?
Joe Sullivan, Chief Security Officer, Facebook
William F. Pelgrin, President & CEO of Center for Internet Security a
Greg Schaffer, Acting Deputy Undersecretary Department of Homeland Security
Michael Kaiser, Executive Director, National Cybersecurity Alliance
10:45- Panel Discussion
“Solutions for Today to Secure Tomorrow”
This high level panel will discuss their perspective on cybersecurity, how it is impacting individuals and businesses and what solutions are the most effective.
Jay Opperman, Senior Director of Security and Privacy, Comcast Cable
Christopher Boyer, Assistant Vice President- Public Policy, AT&T Services
Eric Davis, Global Public Policy Manager, Google
GiGi Schumm, Vice President and General Manager of Symantec’s Public Sector Organization
Dan Lohrmann, Chief Executive Officer, State of Michigan




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