We’re excited to announce Mozilla’s Cyber(in)security Summit on October 24th in Washington, D.C. and streaming on Air Mozilla. Join us for a discussion on how we can all help secure the internet ecosystem.
Mozilla is excited to announce Cyber(in)security, a half-day policy summit that will explore the key issues surrounding the U.S. Government’s role in cybersecurity, the full cycle process of how the U.S. Government acquires, discloses and exploits vulnerabilities and what steps it can take to make Americans more secure. This is an important part of securing the global internet.
“With nonstop news of data breaches and ransomware attacks, it is critical to discuss the U.S. Government’s role in cybersecurity,” said Denelle Dixon, Mozilla’s Chief Business and Legal Officer. “User security is a priority and we believe it is necessary to have a conversation about the reforms needed to strengthen and improve the Vulnerabilities Equities Process to ensure that it is properly transparent and doesn’t compromise our national security or our fellow citizens’ privacy. Protecting cybersecurity is a shared responsibility and governments, tech companies and users all need to work together to make the internet as secure as possible.”
Cyber(in)security, to be held on Tuesday, October 24th at the Loft at 600 F in Washington, D.C., will take place from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm ET. There will be four one-hour sessions followed by a networking happy hour.
You can RSVP here to attend here.