Cyber Resilience Summit

Navigating Risk in a Digitally Connected World

21-23 September | Beau-Rivage Palace, Lausanne

We partnered up with Financial Times on the world's first Cyber Resilience Summit

Public and private institutions around the world are facing imminent risk of cyber assault threatening national security, critical assets and business continuity. Now, more than ever, building cyber resilience is an urgent priority for leaders in business and government.

The exclusive gathering will unite CEOs, board members, government and policymakers to discuss strategies for overcoming new cyber threats which continue to threaten economic prosperity, national security and individual freedoms.

Expert speakers will share crucial insights on what can be learnt from recent cyberattacks, emerging risks, and how leaders can better collaborate on a unified response to cyber threats.

How will the escalating crisis between Russia and the West impact the cyber risk landscape?

Are leaders equipped with the skills, knowledge and technology to steer their organisations through evolving risk landscape?

Emerging threats often are not reflected in outdated policy. How can business, regulators and government collaborate on new policy for a new age?

Bringing Together World Class Business Leaders & Speakers

Akshay Joshi

Head of Operations

World Economic Forum's Centre for Cyber Security

Alphonse Ibi Kouagou

Executive Director

World Bank Group

Pascal Steichen


European Cybersecurity Competence Centre

Klara Jordan

Chief Public Policy Officer

CyberPeace Institute

Mitchell Scherr

Chief Executive Officer

Assured Cyber Protection

Stephen Phipson

Chief Executive Officer

Make UK

Edite Ligere

Global Policy Advisor

One Crown Office Row

Nicole Perlroth


Former New York Times award-winning journalist and cyber security expert

The Venue

This event will be taking place at Beau-rivage Palace, Lausanne. 

The Beau-Rivage Palace is renowned for hosting critical world diplomacy talks, including negotiations led by US Secretary of State John Kerry on Iran’s nuclear programme in 2015. The hotel is the finest example of Switzerland’s excellent hospitality.

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The Digital Pass

  • Access to live-streamed sessions
  • Access to live Q&A and polls
  • Access to online networking and community area
  • Access to video on demand

Super Early Bird Pass (In-Person)

  • Access to in-person sessions and all in-person networking functions
  • Access to the gala dinner
  • Access to networking and community area
  • Access to live Q&A and polls

Delegate Packages

  • Multiple digital passes available for your team or organisation
  • Access to live talks
  • Access to live Q&A and polls
  • Access to video on demand
  • Volume-based pricing tiers