CAMS Members Only Event
Our next event is a virtual research update on December 8th, 2022.
JOIN US FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL CAMS CYBERSECURITY INNOVATION SYMPOSIUM!
2023 | In-person full day event | May 11, 2023
The cybersecurity innovations that protect us today may not be sufficient to keep us secure in five years. This conference seeks to answer the question of what technology, policy, and organizational innovations we need in five years to be secure. There is no better place than the MIT Sloan School of Management to discuss the latest thinking in cybersecurity leadership and management. Please join us for this inaugural cybersecurity symposium. Join us in an intimate setting to explore the biggest cybersecurity threats and solutions we expect to face in the next five years.
Informal CAMS Research Team Meeting:
The CAMS research community meets almost every Friday from 11:30-12:30 EST. The topics vary each week. If you are interested in participating or attending, please contact CAMS directors for more information.
Executive Education Programs
Cybersecurity Leadership for Non-Technical Executive: CAMS and Sloan Exec Ed have partnered together to offer a 3-day program on on cybersecurity for business executives who want to understand key issues in managing cybersecurity in the enterprise. This is an immersive live virtual program that connects you directly with MIT Sloan faculty for structured curriculum offering the same rigor and impact as our on-campus programs.| Dates TBA | Sloan Executive Program Brochure
Cybersecurity for Managers: A Playbook is a self-paced online program that brings you together with MIT Sloan faculty in a flexible format that meets your schedule, allowing you to learn on a timeline that works for you. | December 8, 2022 | Information Here. CAMS Members receive a 15% discount. Visit our Members Only page for the code.
(MIT) xPro Professional Certificate in Cybersecurity is a 24-week, intensive online professional cybersecurity certificate program. This course focuses on the defensive and offensive aspects of cybersecurity. It also includes personalized feedback, insights from guest speakers, and coaching mentorship. Participants create a capstone project. This program is for career launchers, career builders, and career switchers. |November 30, 2022 | Information Here.
Cybersecurity Governance for the Board of Directors is a live-online format professional certificate cybersecurity program. Board members face a significant challenge in fulfilling their fiduciary responsibilities in the over site of cybersecurity and data privacy risk. This course will inform board members of basic cybersecurity concepts, risks, frameworks, and approaches. It will guide participants how to assess whether management appropriately comprehends related threats, has an appropriate cyber strategy, and can measure its effectiveness. | Nov. 30- Dec 2, 2022 | Information Here.
CAMS Members Event 2022 Calendar
Please hold these days for 2022 Members Only events (all are virtual except where noted):
|Jan: No Meeting||May 5 (11-noon Eastern):
Virtual Watercooler Event
|Sept. 1 (11:00-12:30 Eastern):
Virtual Watercooler Event
|Feb 3 (11-12:30 Eastern) Log4J: What is it and what are we doing about it?||June 1/2:
First Annual CAMS Cybersecurity Innovation Symposium (CCIS) (in Person event at MIT)
|Oct 7: No Meeting|
|Mar 3 (11-12:30 Eastern):
Discuss Research with our Researchers: Cybersecurity Risks in International Trade
|July: No Meeting||Nov. 2/3: (Time TBD)
CAMS in-person Workshop
|April 7 (10a-2pm Eastern):
CAMS Spring Workshop (Virtual): Building Cyber resilient Organizations
|Aug 4 (11:00am-12:30pm Eastern):
Discuss Research with Our Researcher: Regulatory Impediments
|Dec. 8 (11-12:30 Eastern):
Discuss Research with the Researchers: Virtual Update
CAMS Members Event 2023 Calendar
Please hold these days for 2023 Members Only events:
|Feb. 2 (11-12:30 Eastern) Discuss Research with our Researchers||June 1 (11-12:30) Discuss Research with our Researchers||Nov. 3 (Time TBD):
CAMS Fall Workshop (In-person event)
|May 11 Second Annual CAMS Cybersecurity Innovation Symposium (In Person Event at MIT)||Sep. 7 (11-12:30 Eastern) Discuss Research with our Researchers||Dec. 2 (11-12:30 Eastern) Discuss Research with our Researchers|
Here is a link to hotels and parking information near the Sloan School of Management (100 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02142):
CAMS November Workshop on Cyber Resilience: On campus November 2+3, 2022
CAMS September Members Meeting: Roundtables: Informal Discussions at the Virtual Water Cooler: Cybersecurity concerns working with SME’s in the Supply Chain: September 1, 2022
CAMS August Members Meeting: Navigating Cybersecurity Regulations: August 4, 2022
Cybersecurity Innovation Symposium (CCIS) : What innovations in technology, policy, and organizations will we need to be secure five years from now?: June 2, 2022
CAMS May Members Meeting: Roundtables: Informal Discussions at the Virtual Watercooler: May 5, 2022
CAMS April Members Half-Day Meeting: Building Cyber Resilient Organizations: April 7, 2022
CAMS March Members Meeting: Cybersecurity in International Trade: March 3, 2022
CAMS February Members Meeting: Log4j and Relevant CAMS Research : February 3, 2022
CAMS December Members Meeting: Roundtables: Informal Discussions at the Virtual Watercooler: December 2, 2021
CAMS Member Webinar Series: Discuss Research with our Researchers: A Cyber Risk Management Dashboard: November 4, 2021
CAMS October Members Meeting: Keynote on Data Governance with speaker Michael Stonebraker: October 7, 2021
CAMS September Members Meeting: CAMS Discuss Research with our Researchers: Compliance and Cybersecurity: Sep. 2, 2021
CAMS August Members Meeting: CAMS breakout discussions on Post Pandemic Priorities: August 5, 2021
CAMS June Members Meeting: CAMS Managing the cybersecurity of AI: June 3, 2021
CAMS May Members Meeting: VC Funded Innovations: May 6, 2021
CAMS April Members Meeting: Where Security Leadership Matters: A Discussion with Chris Krebs: April 1, 2021
CAMS Member Webinar Series: Is the SolarWinds Incident a Game Changer for Cybersecurity Management? | Small Group Discussions: March 4, 2021
CAMS Members Webinar Series: Discuss Research with our Researchers: Developing a Cyber Range for Simulating Attack Scenarios: Example Applied to Industrial Networks: February 4, 2021
CAMS Members Webinar Series: Discuss Research with our Researchers: Supply Chains as Predictors of Cyber Incidents: Dec 3, 2020
CAMS November Members Workshop: Cybersecurity and Social Media: November 5, 2020
CAMS Members Webinar Series: Discuss Research with Our Researchers: Building Secure Products and Services | Examining Control Failures in the Equifax Cybersecurity Incident: October 20, 2020
CAMS Peer to Peer Discussion Event | Cybersecurity Priorities: September 30, 2020
MIT Sloan CIO Digital Learning Series: Dr. Keri Pearlson: July 15, 2020 | Agenda
CAMS Members Webinar Series: Discuss Research with Our Researchers: SCRAM: Cyber Risk Aggregation and Management: June 30, 2020
What Every Manager Should Know About Cybersecurity: A Webinar with MIT Sloan Prof. Stuart Madnick: May 26, 2020
Spring 2020 Member’s Only Webinar: Discuss Research with our Researchers | A New Way to Approach Cyber Risk Management: The Cyber Risk Cube: April 30, 2020
Special Friday Research Team Meeting Discussion on Cybersecurity During Covid-19, March 27, 2020| Meeting Summary| Department of Homeland Security Slide Deck | BCG Slide Deck | BCG report: Managing The Cyber Risks of Remote Work
CAMS Spring Members’ Online Workshop, Cybersecurity in the Cloud: March 25, 2020
CAMS Members Webinar Series: Discuss Research with Our Researchers, February 6, 2020 | Building a Culture of Cybersecurity (with Dr. Keri Pearlson and Dr. Keman Huang) | CAMS members and invited guests only. Contact CAMS directors for more information.
CAMS Fall Members’ Workshop, October 18, 2019 |Agenda | CAMS members and invited guests only. The topic of this workshop was Harmonizing Cybersecurity and Compliance. At our summer conference, we learned that most organizations have rules and regulations that must be followed to be in compliance, and sometimes those conflict with cybersecurity needs. Being in compliance does not guarantee cybersecurity; there are many examples of organizations in compliance that have still experienced a breach. the CAMS Fall Members’ Workshop included updates on this research, a table-top discussion on compliance/cybersecurity issues, a keynote by Professor Catherine Tucker, and updates/discussions on many other projects underway at CAMS.
2019 MIT CDOIQ Symposium, July 31 – August 2, 2019 | Agenda
CAMS Summer Annual Conference, July 23-24, 2019 | Agenda |
MITCIO 2019, May 22, 2019 | Agenda | Attend the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. Connect with MIT academics, leading CIOs, senior executives, industry experts, and peers for a day of learning and engaging. Leave prepared to lead a smarter enterprise.
CAMS Spring Members’ Workshop,April 29, 2019 | Agenda | The theme for this workshop is Evaluating Tradeoffs in Cyber Management. Our interactive sessions will feature a panel discussion on our theme, a keynote session (speaker to be announced), and research updates on several of our current projects including trust networks, cyber norms in international financial systems, assisting employees in cyber resilience: a case study of OT environments, and more. As always, we will have a reception after the workshop with posters on our latest work. You will want to join us for the latest thinking on cyber management and leadership and to reconnect with thought leaders in our field. Registration is open for members/partners only. Contact CAMS Executive Director, Dr. Keri Pearlson (email@example.com), for more information. (If you are not a member and want to join so you can attend our events, please reach out to Dr. Pearlson.)
Cybersecurity Insight by CAMS with Kaspersky Lab, January 22 – 25, 2019 on the MIT Campus | Agenda | Registration
This is an IAP Non-Credit Activity offered to the MIT Community. The Independent Activities Period (IAP) is a special four week term at MIT that runs from the first week of January until the end of the month. More information about this course can be found on the IAP website.
AI and the Future of Work. November 8, 2018 | futureofwork.mit.edu | MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) and Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) are joining forces to host the 2nd annual AI and the Future of Work Congress. CAMS Members and Partners are invited to attend at a special discounted rate. Use code MITguest20 to save 20% on tickets. Early registration pricing is available through September 30.
Securing the Enterprise: A Cybersecurity Conference (a program from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL)). October 31, 2018 on the MIT Campus | securingtheenterprise.csail.mit.edu/ | Early registration pricing is available through September 30, 2018.
Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS) 2018 Fall Workshop: Cybersecurity for the Non-Technical Executive Preview, October 24, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda | Registration is open for members/partners only. Contact CAMS Executive Director, Keri Pearlson, for more information.
Leading and Managing in a Cyber Crisis: CAMS Spring 2018 Workshop, April 4, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda
Think Security by CAMS with Kaspersky Lab, January 23 – 26, 2018 on the MIT Campus | Agenda | Press Release
This was an IAP Non-Credit Activity offered to the MIT Community. The Independent Activities Period (IAP) is a special four week term at MIT that runs from the first week of January until the end of the month. More information about this course can be found on the IAP website.
CAMS Spring Workshop, April 4-5, 2017 on the MIT Campus | Agenda
CAMS Fall Workshop, September 27-28, 2016 on the MIT Campus | Agenda
CAMS Annual Conference, July 11-12, 2016 on the MIT Campus | Agenda
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.