Former US president Bill Clinton will participate in a virtual session at the Financial Times’ Cyber Resilience Summit on 23 September.

The 42nd President of the United States will share his thoughts on cyber security, exploring how it's critical that government, enterprises and society work together to protect and deter cybercrime. He will feature alongside a line-up of CEOs, board members, government officials and cyber security experts from world leading firms.

Public and private institutions around the world are facing increasing risk of cyber attack, 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 event will address cyber security from a strategic rather than as opposed to a technical perspective. Question topics will include: Are leaders equipped to face these challenges? How can business, regulators and government collaborate on policy responses? And how will relations between Russia and the West impact the cyber risk landscape?

Other confirmed speakers include: Mitchell Scherr, CEO, Assured Cyber Protection, Lorena Boix Alonso, Director Digital Trust and Cybersecurity, European Commission, Pascal Steichen, Chair, European Cybersecurity Competence Centre and Rupert Lee Brown, CEO, Caxton and more.

View the agenda and full list of speakers.

The Financial Times is offering complementary press passes to members of the media who wish to attend its Cyber Resilience Summit, 21-23 September 2022. Register for a digital press pass here. In-person attendance by media is limited due to capacity at Beau-Rivage Palace, Lausanne, Switzerland - contact to request an in-person pass.


For more information, on to enquire about press access, please contact:

Catherine Goacher, Financial Times | 

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