Lumu joins forces with Bruce Schneier, Lane Bess, and special guests for this virtual Illumination Summit, where we will discuss how speed and accuracy in response make all the difference in tennis, as well as in cybersecurity.
Renowned Security Technologist and Best-Selling Author
Dubbed a “ Security Guru” by The Economist, best-selling author, public figure with a monthly readership of 250,000, Bruce Schneier joins the Illumination Summit to discuss the pervasive false sense of security.
Founder and CEO of Lumu
Ricardo is a cybersecurity entrepreneur, who has dedicated much of his career to understanding the online attacks that put organizations at risk, designing innovative solutions, and building talented teams whose mission is to make the network safer for all.
Lane Bess, Former CEO Palo Alto Networks, Former Zscaler COO, Current Cyberinvestor
Former CEO of Palo Alto Networks, former Zscaler COO, Lane Bess is Principal and Founder of Bess Ventures and Advisory.
CIO, Greenhill & Co.
John Shaffer is avid sports fan and skier. John is the CIO for Greenhill, a global financial firm based in New York. He is a cybersecurity fanatic and maintains a progressive security platform.
Tennis Fan/Principal at Kismet Communications
Rob is an avid tennis fan and principal of Kismet Communications, a PR technology consulting firm focused on helping disruptive technology companies find creative ways to reach their audience.
VP of Global Sales
David Sylvester is a bioengineer turned cybersecurity expert who has spent the last several years partnering with organizations to solve complex cybersecurity problems in a practical way.
Customer Engagement Specialist
Crystle-Day is a world-traveler, California native who currently helps organizations understand the value of detecting compromises intentionally and continuously.
The Virtual Illumination Summit is an event that explores similarities and differences between the cybersecurity world and real life. In this event, successful people share their insights into strategy, preparation, adversary visibility, and some relevant anecdotes.
Given the global situation caused by the pandemic, this event is virtual and hosted via Zoom.
The Illumination Summit was designed to be a free event.
Yes, we have space for only 3000 attendants.
For the July 16th, Illumination Summit, there are no sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in sponsoring future sessions, please contact us at [email protected].
The event is 1.5 hours.
Yes, upon registration and after the event, we will send the recording to the registered email.
The event will be streamed via YouTube Live. Nonetheless, attendants must be registered to receive the streaming link 10 minutes prior the event starts.
You can send an email to [email protected] with your question.