SAP NS2's Mark Testoni to Speak at Cambridge Cyber Summit

Mark Testoni
Mark Testoni

Mark Testoni, president and CEO of SAP National Security Services, will deliver a speech at the one-day Cambridge Cyber Summit, Delawareonline.com reported Wednesday.

Jeff Mordock writes the cybersecurity conference will be held on Oct. 5 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will cover various topics such as cyber attacks, privacy, cyber countermeasures and public-private collaboration.

Other speakers at the event include Starnes Walker, founding director of the University of Delaware’s Cybersecurity Initiative; Etay Maor, security adviser at IBM; and Rajesh De, former general counsel to the National Security Agency, the report said.

Testoni, an inductee into Executive Mosaic's Wash100 for 2016, discussed in a recent interview with CNBC the potential role of open-source platforms and data digitization in law enforcement and intelligence operations.

CNBC, the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Program, CNBC MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab are partnering to help host the Cambridge Cyber Summit.

Register here.

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