Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan

Interdisciplinary Consortium for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, (IC)3

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Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS) fills a critical need for leaders and managers of cybersecurity. Our activities are highlighted in our research, in the news, in our newsletters, and at our events.

We are currently accepting applications for a full-time research position at CAMS

"We found new ways to solve challenging problems;

Timely and advanced research from (IC)3 has given us critical insights into issues that are existential threats to our industry” − Andrew Stanley, CAMS member and CISO of Mars, Incorporated

Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan's Executive Education Program

We are delighted to share with you that Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan’s acclaimed Executive Education programs are available for you and your colleagues!  A two-day program will teach non-cybersecurity executives the basics they need to know to help your organization be more cyber-resiliant. And the 6-week online program is perfect for non-cybersecurity leaders who want to understand basic concepts of cybersecurity leadership from their own desk.   For more information, please visit MIT’s executive education website or sign up today.

What Every Manager Should Know About Cybersecurity with Stuart Madnick

The actual impact of cyber attacks continues to increase with the number of data records stolen doubling between 2018 and 2019 to over 13 billion data records. Although it is tempting to view this as a technical issue left to the folks in the Information Technology (IT) departments, it turns out that 70-80% of all cyber attacks are aided by insiders (usually unintentionally.) In this session, Professor Madnick will attempt to separate myths from facts and identify various types of cyber threats and consequences. This will help managers to better understand the true scope of cyber threats and how they can take an active leadership role in addressing cybersecurity. Register here. 

Save the Date for our Fall Member's Workshop

Date: November 5, 2020. Conference is by Invitation Only Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan and Cybersecurity@CSAIL Members will receive Registration info from their MIT contact. If you are not a member of either of these groups, consider joining Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan.  Members receive invitations to our events, access to our latest research, and more.

Thank you to all who Attended the Spring Workshop

CAMS Spring Members’ Online Workshop, March 25, 2020| Agenda | CAMS members and invited guests only.

Past Events

2020

CAMS Webinar: Discuss Research with Our Researchers, April 30, 2020 | Agenda

CAMS’  Friday Research Meeting on Cybersecurity During COVID-19 | Summary

CAMS Spring Online Workshop, March 25, 2020 | Agenda

CAMS Webinar: Discuss Research with Our Researchers, February 6, 2020 | Agenda

2019

CAMS Spring Workshop, April 29, 2019 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Summer Conference, July 23-24, 2019 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

Cams Fall Workshop, October 18, 2019 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

2018

CAMS Fall Workshop, October 24, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Annual Conference, July 16-17, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Spring Workshop, April 4, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

2017

CAMS Fall Workshop, October 18, 2017 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Annual Conference, July 10-11, 2017 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Spring Workshop, April 4-5, 2017 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

2016

CAMS Fall Workshop, September 27-28, 2016 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

CAMS Annual Conference, July 11-12, 2016 on the MIT Campus | Agenda

Annual Conference Pictures!

CAMS Work Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Issue: May 29, 2018 • US Edition • CAMS Founding Director Stuart Madnick published an article in the Wall Street Journal featuring the research done by CAMS researchers Keri Pearlson and Keman Huang on building a cybersecurity culture.

Sloan Magazine Feature

Magazine Issue: Summer 2017 • Vol 58 • No. 7 In a recent issue of the MIT Sloan Magazine, the work of CAMS is made mention of in the Dean’s opening letter.

 

Why Join Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan?

Benefit from usable research! Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS), formerly (IC)3, is focusing MIT’s uniquely qualified interdisciplinary faculty and researchers on the fundamental principles of cyberspace, cybercrime, & cybersecurity applied to critical infrastructure. Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan is a confidential academic forum in which leaders and managers can benefit from the experiences of CSO/CISOs across multiple sectors.

Community

Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan

Contact Us

Professor Stuart Madnick, Director, smadnick@mit.edu
Dr. Michael Siegel, Director, msiegel@mit.edu
Dr. Keri Pearlson, Executive Director, kerip@mit.edu

 

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