Stephanie Helm joined the MassCyberCenter at MassTech in September 2018. A career U.S. Navy officer, she brings to the role deep expertise developed in her senior leadership roles. As Director of the MassCyberCenter, Stephanie is focused on enhancing conditions for economic growth through outreach to the cybersecurity ecosystem in Massachusetts while fostering cybersecurity resiliency within the Commonwealth.
Max Fathy is the Ecosystem Program Manager at the MassCyberCenter at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MassTech). He is responsible for supporting the MassCyberCenter’s workforce development efforts, including the Cybersecurity Training and Education Working Group and the Cybersecurity Mentorship Program, and building stronger relationships with the private sector cybersecurity community.
Meg Speranza is the Resiliency Program Manager at the MassCyberCenter at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. She is responsible for improving the collaboration, transparency, and effectiveness of the Massachusetts cybersecurity ecosystem in order to foster ‘cyber resiliency’ across the Commonwealth’s key institutions and systems, including municipalities, businesses, critical infrastructure, and non-profit organizations.