Can the challenge of Cyber Resilience feel overwhelming at times? We’ve got you covered. With FREE certification courses, 100+ technical experts on-site to tap into, 40+ breakout sessions to optimize your areas of interest, product roadmap deep dives with Mimecast executives and product management, exclusive Peer Networking with the Mimecast community to share industry best practices, trends, strategies, solutions and more. There's no better time than now to bolster your cyber resilience!
Gain the knowledge, skills, confidence, connections and certifications that you require for success.
Strengthen your network with a community that aspires to bolster cyber resilience.
Optimize your investments and collaborate on the future we’re building together.
Now’s the time to bolster your cyber resilience strategy. We listened to your feedback and are creating this event to help you enhance the skills you need for ongoing success. With product roadmap deep dives, networking with industry experts, hands-on training, tons of Mimecast experts and executives on-site to tap into, and more than 50 interactive sessions across multiple tracks each carefully crafted with customer input, expert insights, and industry and threat intelligence predictions.
More than 40 high-value breakouts led by Mimecast experts, customers, and industry thought leaders to help you enhance the skills you need for ongoing success.
Go deep on how to get the most out of your Mimecast technology with hands-on training from Mimecast experts. These sessions are designed to help you ensure protections are optimized and make every day a little easier.
Designed to give you strategies for optimizing your security posture today: building a sustainable security platform, making everything work together, and getting the most from your investments.
Explore the challenges of archiving and data management through a variety of lenses. You’ll learn how to optimize existing technologies and make data migration easy, and get best-practices from industry experts, peers and Mimecast product experts.
We’ll also cover persistent challenges like combatting human error, addressing multi-vector attacks, and making threat intelligence both consumable and actionable.
Learn where we’ve been investing and what lies ahead. From deep dive product roadmap discussions to sessions on how we can make the Mimecast community even stronger.
The Cyber Resilience Summit will bring together stories of challenges overcome, inspiration realized, and opportunities seized.
Peter Bauer is the CEO, Cofounder and Board Member at Mimecast, which launched in 2003, with CTO and fellow Cofounder, Neil Murray. He is the visionary behind Mimecast’s product and SaaS platform strategy, which focuses on reducing risk and making email safer for business, utilizing a pure Cloud delivery mechanism and an intuitive user experience, suited to the way people interact with email today.
This combination of next generation technology, a unified platform, and seamless integration with existing email systems, is the driving force behind Mimecast’s success in its mission to transform the way people work amidst today’s ever changing threat landscape.
Peter was born and raised in South Africa, trained as a Microsoft systems engineer, and began working with corporate messaging systems in the mid 1990s. He moved to the UK where Mimecast was founded and then moved once more, arriving in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011, in order to lead Mimecast’s aggressive push into North America. Since that time, Mimecast has been one of the strongest performers in its market segment in terms of customer acquisition and top line growth, making Peter one of only a handful of CEOs to have lead a pure SaaS company for over 10 years while acquiring well over 27,000 customers worldwide.
Janet Levesque joined Mimecast in 2018 as Senior Vice President of Systems, Resilience and Security. In this role, she is responsible for global oversight of the internal technology application, security, infrastructure and risk teams, making sure security
Janet brings more than 25 years of progressive leadership experience across areas including information technology, security, technical audit and risk management. Most recently, Janet was the Chief Information Security Officer at RSA, the Security Division of Dell/EMC where she led the enterprise information security, governance, risk and compliance programs. Prior to RSA, Janet established the information security and compliance program at Aspect Software.
Janet graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science and holds Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) 1993-‐2003 designations. She is an active member of the Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC) and was recently appointed to the Board of Directors.
Christina Van Houten is a veteran of the enterprise technology industry, having spent two decades with some of the world’s largest firms, including Oracle, IBM and Infor Global Solutions as well as Netezza and ProfitLogic, the entrepreneurial companies that were acquired by them. She’s also been involved as an advisory board member of emerging technology firms in the retail analytics, next‐generation communication wearables, and mobile banking platform spaces.
Currently, Christina is Chief Strategy Officer for Mimecast, a leading enterprise technology firm focused on cybersecurity. In her role, Christina leads M&A, Corporate Development, Product Management, and Market Strategy as part of building out the leading security and resilience platform engineered to protect businesses around the globe.
Prior to evolving into the technology sector, Christina was an apparel manufacturer for a women’s athleisure line and spent her younger years focused on public interest work with The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, DC City Government, US Treasury Department, and several political campaigns. She recently created a new resource platform called Women@Work that includes several books, a mentor matching program, and other initiatives, all dedicated to the economic advancement and self‐reliance of women and girls around the world.
Christina earned a BA in Government and Theology from Georgetown University and attended the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where she received an MBA in Business Strategy. Originally from Oklahoma, Christina now resides in Boston with her husband and two sons.
Honored as one of the Top 50 Most Creative People and a Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award winner, Mick Ebeling is a film/ television/ commercial producer, philanthropist, technology trailblazer, author, ENTREPRENEUR and public speaker. Ebeling is CEO of Not Impossible, an organization that develops creative solutions to address real-world problems.
Not Impossible Labs was founded on Mick’s firm belief that nothing is impossible. With no technical background in ocular recognition technology, Ebeling created Not Impossible’s first project: The Eyewriter. An open source, low-cost, DIY device, The Eyewriter enables individuals with paralysis to communicate and create art using only the movement of their eyes. Time Magazine named The Eyewriter one of the “Top 50 Inventions of 2010,” and the device is now part of MoMA’s permanent collection.
Not Impossible’s latest endeavor, Project Daniel, now celebrates it’s 2 year anniversary. The subject of Intel’s “Look Inside” campaign, Project Daniel enabled Ebeling to fly to Sudan to 3-D-print prosthetic limbs and fit them for children of the war-torn region. He then left the equipment behind with trained locals to continue his work, thus creating the world’s first 3-D printing prosthetic lab and training facility. Arms are printed within hours and cost $100. Time Magazine said, “It’s hard to imagine any other device doing more to make the world a better place.”
Art Coviello is Executive Vice President, EMC Corporation and Executive Chairman, RSA, The Security Division of EMC. Art is responsible for RSA’s strategy and overall operations as it delivers EMC’s global vision of information-centric security. He was Chief Executive Officer of RSA Security, Inc. prior to its acquisition by EMC in 2006. He joined RSA in 1995 and has been a driving force in its rapid growth since that time. His expertise and influence have made him a recognized leader in the industry. He is frequently a featured presenter at conferences and forums around the world, and he plays key roles in several national cyber-security initiatives. He is based at RSA headquarters in Bedford, Massachusetts and reports to Pat Gelsinger, President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products. Art has more than 30 years of strategic, operating, and financial management experience in technology companies. In addition, he currently serves on the Board of Directors at EnerNOC, a leader in demand response systems for energy conservation, and AtHoc, a leading provider of enterprise-class network-based mass notification systems for the security, life safety, and defense sectors. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Massachusetts.
Ryan Stramrood is the quintessential average joe. He owns and runs a successful sales operation, is a single dad, and faces all the challenges of the daily grind. But by distinct contrast, Ryan is also one of SA’s Top Extreme Adventurers and Ice Swimmers. A dip into Ryan Stramrood’s swimming CV is impressive, and cold: he has already completed 101 Robben Island-to-mainland crossings and swam solo across the notorious English Channel. With a team of South Africans, he swam the first official “Ice Mile” in -1°C water in Antarctica, completed the world’s first swim around the southernmost tip of South America – Cape Horn – and, again with some extreme friends, was the first, South African male to swim from Europe to Africa across the Gibraltar Strait.
Mimecast’s first annual user conference bringing IT and Security Professionals together to make the world a more resilient place.
Monday October 28-30, 2019. Pre-conference certification will be available on Sunday Oct. 27 and Monday Oct. 28th.
The Hyatt Regency Dallas, 300 Reunion Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75207 United States
Technical and business level contacts looking to bolster their cyber resilience strategy.
No. The Cyber Resilience Summit is open to all Mimecast Customers, Partners and Prospects.
$995 USD for a complete summit pass.
Multiple full and half day certification courses will be offered prior to the Cyber Resilience Summit on either Sunday, October 27, 2019 and/or Monday, October 28, 2019. Space is limited and offered on a first come basis, so make sure to add a certification course or two to your registration today.
We are crafting more than 50 sessions with customer input, expert insights and threat intelligence predictions ideally suited for various audiences.
Yes, there will be time built into the agenda for networking with peers, Mimecast experts and our ecosystem of technology alliance partners who we’ve invited to the summit.
Contact the Cyber Resilience Summit event team: CRSummit@smithbucklin.com
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