Join MeriTalk’s Cyber Security Exchange to discuss challenges and best practices with more than 100 of your fellow government cyber security peers across agencies at the first annual Cyber Security Brainstorm on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C – register today.
This half-day forum features opening remarks from Earl Crane, director for Federal Cybersecurity Policy, White House and Roberta Stempfley, acting assistant secretary and deputy assistant secretary, DHS.
Following our morning addresses, join executive panel sessions on Continuous Monitoring, Mobile Security, and Cyber Threats, as well as an awards program recognizing top performing cyber projects across government.
The brainstorm will begin with a keynote speech and morning remarks from:
Director for Federal Cybersecurity Policy
National Security Staff
Roberta "Bobbie" Stempfley
Acting Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary
Office of Cybersecurity and Communications
National Protections and Programs Directorate
Department of Homeland Security
For more information on our morning keynote and address, click here.
This session will discuss the concept of continuous monitoring and how this dynamic process could be the foundation for improved security across all agencies. It will also cover the support for continuous monitoring, how we measure its success, and how we can efficiently share information across agencies.
Chief Information Security Officer
Department of Homeland Security Headquarters
Chief Information Security Officer
Department of Energy
Dr. Ron Ross
Senior Computer Scientist
National Institute of Standards and Technology
For more information on the speaker faculty in our Continuous Monitoring session, click here
This session will discuss work productivity, security management, and policies for mobile devices. It will also address how Federal agencies can safely merge useful devices into their daily procedures, while preventing loss of data and attacks, and the benefits of managing the data vs. managing the device.
Dr. Mark Althouse
Senior Mobility Technical Director
National Security Agency
Major Linus J. Barloon II
Chief of Cyber Operations Division in the J3 Directorate and Cyberspace Officer for the White House Communications Agency
U.S. Air Force
DISA Chief Mobility Engineer
CTO Mobility Lead/Interdisciplinary-Sys Engineer
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
For more information on our speaker faculty in our Mobile Security Session, click here
This session will discuss the impact of cyber threats at all levels of government and how we are preparing our cyber arsenal and buildling defenses for intrusions. It will also highlight what we do with all the information and knowledge about possible risks, while being sure we don't overlook the real vulnerabilities.
Paul Christman [
Rear Admiral Robert E. Day, Jr.
Assistant Commandant for C4IT &
Director CG Cyber Command
U.S. Coast Guard
Michael E. Krieger
Deputy Chief Information Officer/G-6
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy
Department of Defense
For more information on our speaker faculty in our Cyber Threats session, click here
Cyber Confidence Awards to be announced July 24 at the Cyber Security Brainstorm - click here to see judges and categories.
Registration is complimentary for government; industry rates apply (click here to register)
Cyber Security Brainstorm
Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
The Newseum in Washington D.C.
555 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
For more information, visit www.meritalk.com/cybersecuritybrainstorm or contact Lisa Futterman at email@example.com or (703) 883-9000 ext. 163.
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