When it comes to cybersecurity, 250 heads are better than one. The first annual Global Cyber Innovation Summit will be held in Baltimore in early May 2019, and those constituting the invite-only crowd might find themselves rubbing shoulders with an 18-member advisory council consisting of former government officials, chief information security officers and policy experts to boot.

The summit joins an expanding list of other similarly-themed panels like the Paris Internet Governance Forum that have popped up in the last decade as cybersecurity has been informally reclassified from an IT headache to a matter of serious enterprise risk.

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