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March 18, 2015 | 10 on the Park, New York #FTcyber

The FT Cyber Security Summit USA 2015 will explore what is currently being done to protect businesses in cyberspace…and, more importantly, what more could be done. Following on from the inaugural FT Cyber Security Summit 2014 held in London, the USA conference will cover many of the same issues, but with a sharper focus on the threats facing businesses, especially those in critical national infrastructure industries such as financial services, energy and transportation.  [more]


Major General John Davis
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy
US Department of Defense

Valerie Abend
Senior Critical Infrastructure Officer, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, US Department of the Treasury
  Russell Fitzgibbons
EVP and Chief Risk Officer, The Clearing House; and Chairman, Financial Services Coordinating Council
    Denise Wood
Chief Information Security Officer, Chief IT Risk Officer
FedEx Corporation
  Graham Wright
Chief Information Security Officer & Global Head of Digital Risk and Security
National Grid
    Gillian Tett
US Managing Editor
Financial Times


  • Find out how to develop a robust, enterprise-wide security strategy that will protect your business from cyber risks
  • Discover why cyber security has changed from being an IT issue to a major business issue
  • Hear what senior US policymakers are doing to combat the threats to national security, government services, businesses and citizens
  • Network with information security experts from government agencies, critical infrastructure companies, software providers and other organizations
  • Learn how law enforcement officers are collaborating with businesses to prevent, detect, investigate and prosecute cyber criminals.
Plus, the Summit is also offering a Cybersecurity Masterclass Workshop that morning hosted by the New York Institute of Finance. This one-hour masterclass will give attendees an actionable framework for implementing a cybersecurity strategy at their companies. Click here to learn more.


To encourage an open exchange of ideas and frank discussion, some of the speeches and panel sessions will be held under the Chatham House Rule* and are clearly indicated as such on the agenda.

*When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity not the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.” Source: Chatham House.