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How Can Silicon Valley Protect the Most Vulnerable?

Join us for a panel discussion and networking session on how Silicon Valley institutions can help the most vulnerable protect themselves in cyberspace.

Small organizations such as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial government organizations (SLTTs) and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) struggle to protect themselves and their beneficiaries in cyberspace. On the other side, startups and technology companies have unique expertise that can help them respond to some of the key challenges these organizations face.

Ultimately, our common safe future physically and in cyberspace depends on our ability to protect everyone. To this end, numerous public, private, academic and civil society actors are stepping up to offer protection to the most vulnerable.

Join us on Tuesday, August 16 at Pier 17 and meet the innovators and leaders from the Bay area and beyond who are working literally on the frontline of cyber peace.

They will introduce us to their “give-back” programs and share their insights about key trends shaping the future of cyberspace and cyber peace. We will then host a networking session where you will discover how you too can play a role towards a safe cyberspace.

Speakers: Adam Rosenzweig, OKTA for Good; Adrien Ogee, CyperPeace Institute; Ann Cleaveland, UC Berkeley; Michael Makstman, City and County of San Francisco; Yannick Heiniger, swissnex, San Francisco

Tuesday, 08/16/22

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swissnex San Francisco

The Embarcadero
Pier 17, Suite 800
San Francisco, CA 94111

Website: Click to Visit