Approximately 40 top cybersecurity executives and investors gathered in Boston on October 10 for an engaging Cybersecurity Meet-Up reception and discussion, co-sponsored by Slone Partners Cybersecurity and Glasswing Ventures.
Slone Partners Cybersecurity President Mike Mosunic and Glasswing Ventures Founder and Managing Partner Rick Grinnell led a lively discussion about recruiting trends in the Boston cybersecurity ecosystem and the ways in which generative artificial intelligence (AI) could disrupt the cybersecurity industry in both positive and negative ways over both the short- and long-term.
Event attendees included executives and investors from several Boston-area companies including 1011 Ventures, .406 Ventures, Allure Security, authentiAI, Bessemer Venture Partners, Black Kite, Boldstart Ventures, Ceritas, Cisco, Data Point Capital, DeNexus Inc., Devo, dtonomy Inc., Energy Impact Partners, Flux, Glasswing Ventures, Hopara, Inrupt, J2Ventures, Jit, Nametag Inc., Noetic Cyber, NuHarbor Security, Oort (now part of Cisco), runZero, Schneider Electric, ThreatX. Tola Capital, and Trillbit.
In addition to Mosunic, other Slone Partners executives in attendance at the event included Founder and Chairman Adam Slone, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner Leslie Loveless, and Chief Operating Officer and Partner Chrystie Chapman.