Digital Innovation Summit

June 9-11 Hosted by Harvard Extension School

Join the Harvard Extension School June 9–11 for its first annual Digital Innovation Summit, a three-day exploration of digital transformation and innovation. The Digital Innovation Summit will bring industry leaders, professionals, and our academic community together to learn how COVID-19 has accelerated the need for digital transformation. We’ll explore the challenges businesses face as they continue their digital transformation plans in the post-COVID era.

The symposium features 2 to 3 sessions each day, including:

  • A panel debate on the downside of transformation
  • Expert-led presentation on digital transformation topics like cybersecurity, data science, artificial intelligence, and model risks (2-3 sessions each day)
  • A networking session where you can connect with industry experts and fellow attendees working or pursuing studies in the digital/cybersecurity space

Host and Moderator: Bruce Huang, Director of Information Technology Programs, Harvard Extension School

Featured Speakers:

  • David Cass, Vice President for Cyber & IT Risk at Federal Reserve Bank of New York Supervision Group
  • Tom Corcoran, Head of Cybersecurity, Farmers Insurance
  • Daniel Garrie, Co-founder of Law and Forensics; Neutral with JAMS; CISO and Partner at ZEK
  • Heather Hinton, Chief Information Security Officer, RingCentral
  • Hakan Gogtas, Global Head of Model Risk Management at American Express
  • Vaibhav Puranik, Senior Vice President of Engineering, GumGum
  • Brian Subirana, Director of the MIT Auto-ID lab, Director of the MIT and Accenture Convergence Initiative for Industry and Technology, Research Scientist at MIT
  • Vasudevan Swamidurai, Vice President of Engineering, McKesson

This event is free and open to the public. Register here.