csx-brainstorm-2015
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hantman
General Manager
MeriTalk
verton
Executive Editor
MeriTalk
jasinski
Vice President
Federal Business Development and Supply Chain
Fortinet
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Allison Tsiumis
Allison Tsiumis Keynote
Section Chief
Cyber Intelligence Section
Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Rapid info sharing is critical to effective cyber security – and the need for trusted threat intelligence is greater than ever. From prosecuting criminals to stopping a data hack to sharing threat indicators across levels of jurisdiction – cyber intelligence has become a key element in government’s increasingly robust cyber posture. How can agencies leverage […] […]

Tom Burke
Tom Burke Moderator
Business Unit Executive
IBM Federal Security
Col Gregory Breazile
Director
C2/Cyber & Electronic Warfare Integration Division (CEWID)
United States Marine Corps
Shaun Cavanaugh
Chief
Cyber Branch
U.S. Nuclear Command and Control System Support Staff (NSS)
Brad Nix
Deputy Director
US-CERT
Department of Homeland Security
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Blind spots need to be checked constantly when driving. But as cyber programs and technologies evolve quickly across Federal agencies, checking the rear view mirror isn’t always easy. Vulnerabilities abound and it’s a major challenge to keep agencies continuously responsive to threats, incidents, end-user errors, and other potential data spills. How are analytics helping agencies […] […]

Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman Moderator
Vice President of Strategy
Tenable
Emery Csulak
Chief Information Security Officer/Senior Privacy Official
Information Security and Privacy Group (ISPG)
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Jeff Eisensmith
Chief Information Security Officer
Department of Homeland Security
Michael Sandell
Chief, Vulnerability Assessments Branch
Cyber Services Division, Services Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency
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As agencies see changes in cyber monitoring and reporting approaches, challenges still remain to mitigating insider threats – both malicious and unintentional. With minimum standards for insider threat programs part of recent mandates, and new guidance and a government-wide program expected to deploy over the coming months, the balance between security and access is tough […] […]

Peter Romness
Peter Romness Moderator
Cyber Security Solutions Lead
U.S. Public Sector
Cisco
Joseph W. Kirschbaum
Director
Defense Capabilities and Management
U.S. Government Accountability Office
Steven Mcintosh
Insider Threat Program Coordinator
Defense Intelligence Agency
Stephen Smith
Insider Threat Program Coordinator
Department of State
Michael C. Theis
Chief Counterintelligence Expert
CERT Insider Threat Center, Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
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Government agencies are becoming all too familiar with cyber threats, attackers, hackers, back doors, breaches, and other vulnerabilities – but not all have implemented security controls essential for reducing cyber threats. Addressing cybersecurity threats seems daunting, time consuming, and expensive – yet with each new attack, governments lose information and citizens lose trust. Implementing security […] […]

ron ross
Ron Ross Moderator
Information Technology Laboratory
Computer Security Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology
paul christman
Vice President
Dell Software Federal
ryan-gillis
Vice President
Cybersecurity Strategy and Global Policy
Palo Alto Networks
webster mudge
Sr. Director of Technology Solutions
Cloudera
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Anil Karmel
Anil Karmel Introduction
Chief Executive Officer
C2 Labs Inc
Vint Cerf
Vint Cerf Keynote
VP and Chief Internet Evangelist
Google
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End of Cyber Security Brainstorm Please join us on the 8th floor at 1:45 p.m. for the NIST Cloud Security Working Group. This event is complimentary to all attendees […]

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The Internet was designed to foster collaboration across multiple private networks, providing a low security barrier to entry for new hosts that wanted to connect and share information. With threats emerging via multiple vectors coupled with the explosion of pervasive computing created by the Internet of Things, we reached a technical inflection point that calls […] […]

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Chris Inglis
Deputy Director (Ret.)
National Security Agency
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Vint Cerf
VP and Chief Internet Evangelist
Google
Chris Inglis
Deputy Director (Ret.)
National Security Agency
Darryl Peek
IT Specialist
Department of Homeland Security
ron ross
Information Technology Laboratory
Computer Security Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology
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Harold Booth
NVD Project Lead
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Anil Karmel
Chief Executive Officer
C2 Labs Inc
Event Details
When
Where
Knight Conference Center at the Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
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