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Monday, October 15
 

8:00am

Insider Threat Symposium Day 1
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Our Insider Threat Symposium will focus on the efforts to develop insider threat programs across government agencies and private sector industry in order to provide them with the information and resources needed to deter, detect, and mitigate insider threats.

Topics to be Covered at the 2018 Symposium
  • Successful communication strategies to obtain leadership and workforce buy-in for insider threat programs. 
  • Tackling the challenge of utilizing the most effective insider threat detection analytics to be paired properly with human resource and human capital management functions.
  • Utilizing big data analytics to understand models, triggers, and data sets as the first layer of protection against potential threats before turning it over to a human analyst.
  • Current technical gaps Government is tackling to combat insider threats and a look at how industry can offer assistance.
  • Conducting effective continuous evaluation benchmarks while factoring in limitations of privacy and civil liberties.
  • Understanding the latest advancements in the study of behavioral analysis and how it can be applied to predict and prevent an insider threat.

Monday October 15, 2018 8:00am - 4:45pm
Mary M. Gates Learning Center 701 N. Fairfax Street Alexandria, VA 22314

9:00am

General Assembly Workshop Credit
General Assembly is offering CyberWeek registrants a $25 credit for in-person workshops! Use the code DCCyberWeek2018 for $25 off in-person workshops.

Terms of the credit: The credit can only be applied to in-person workshops in DC, it cannot be used for any online classes or at classes at other General Assembly locations. The credit can only be applied to our one-off workshops and cannot be used toward our full or part-time courses. Valid for six months after CyberWeek and expires April 30, 2019.

Monday October 15, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

9:00am

Mindspace Office or Meeting Room Discount
Mindspace is offering CyberWeek registrants 30% off office spaces (starting with fixed desk options) and 10% off meeting room hours.

Monday October 15, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

10:00am

The State of Cyber Security in Local Government: Panel Discussion by National Association of Counties and Public Technology Institute
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Cyber security is a priority issue for America’s city and county governments. With government systems under constant attack, local governments are charged with creating strategies that secure their systems – while dealing with tight budget resources, trying to attract talented technical staff to work for government, and all too often an environment where cyber security is viewed as someone else’s responsibility.

Cyber security is everyone’s responsibility and the state of cyber security is in city and county government is strong!

To highlight the strategies that local governments are deploying and to more cyber safe, to highlight the resources that are available to local governments, and to provide an overview of leading practices, several government organizations and private sector partners are presenting the State of Cyber Security in Local Government: A Panel Discussion.

Speakers
AS

Alan Shark

Executive Director, Public Technology Institute


Monday October 15, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
National City/County Leadership Center 660 North Capitol Street, NW, First Floor Washington, DC 20001

10:00am

New Nature by Marpi at ARTECHOUSE
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Save 10% off admission with promo code: cyberweek2018

Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
 
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.

Monday October 15, 2018 10:00am - 10:00pm
ARTECHOUSE 1238 Maryland Avenue SW Washington, DC 20024

12:30pm

Tech Bootcamp for Lawyers & Policymakers
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED.

The National Security Institute at George Mason University presents “Tech Bootcamp for Lawyers and Policymakers”.  This educational experience provides early to mid-career lawyers interested in technology a basic primer on everything from hardware to hacking.  The event kicks off with a lunch and opening remarks from the National Security Institute.  We will then transition to hands-on instruction from NSI’s technology experts including: Bryson Bort, CEO and Founder of SCYTHE, Michael Ehrlich, Chief Technology Officer for IronNet, and Amyn Gilani, Chief Technologist at Booz Allen Hamilton.  Legal analysis will be provided by Adam Golodner, Senior Counsel at Arnold & Porter. Topics will cover the basics of what a computer is, how the internet works, encryption, artificial intelligence, and more.  Lunch is provided but space is limited so register today!

Speakers
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Bryson Bort

Chairman of GRIMM, Founder and CEO of SCYTHE
Bryson is the Founder and CEO of SCYTHE and Chairman of GRIMM. Prior to launching SCYTHE and GRIMM, Bryson led an elite research & development (R&D) division that directly contributed towards National Security priorities and interest. Prior to that he developed an enterprise R&D program... Read More →
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Michael Ehrlich

Chief Technology Officer, IronNet Cybersecurity
Dr. Michael Ehrlich is the Chief Technology Officer at IronNet Cybersecurity.  He brings over 20 years of experience in offensive and defensive cybersecurity operations, cybersecurity-related public policy, and engineering design and integration to IronNet.  Before joining IronNet... Read More →
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Amyn Gilani

Chief Technologist, Booz Allen Hamilton
Amyn Gilani is a Chief Technologist at Booz Allen Hamilton where he manages capture efforts and provides expertise to federal and commercial clients focusing on incident response, red teaming, threat hunting, and cybersecurity operations engineering. Amyn also supports clients in... Read More →
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Adam Golodner

Senior Counsel, Global Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Adam Golodner is a Senior Counsel in the Global Cybersecurity and Privacy practice of Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, focusing on global cyber issues relating to policy, litigation, governance, and transactions. Adam has a unique career spanning more than 25 years of leadership... Read More →


Monday October 15, 2018 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Steptoe and Johnson 8th Floor 1330 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, DC 20036

6:00pm

DC CyberWeek Opening Party
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

CyberScoop will kick off DC CyberWeek with a networking event that brings together hundreds of cybersecurity decision makers, influencers and practitioners in the nation's capital. DC CyberWeek attendees, hosts and sponsors will join government executives and decision makers to launch the week-long festival of cybersecurity networking and learning events.

Monday October 15, 2018 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Gensler, Washington, DC 2020 K Street NW Washington, DC 20006
 
Tuesday, October 16
 

8:00am

Cyber Resilience Summit: The Crossroads of Modernization and Cybersecurity
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The Cyber Resilience Summit is organized by the Consortium for IT Software Quality and IT Acquisition Advisory Council at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington. Federal IT leaders and the IT/cyber standards community meet to discuss policy, priorities and plans for modernizing and securing government IT, building momentum from the “forcing functions” of the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA), Executive Order 1300 for Cybersecurity, and Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act. The program introduces standards and best practices for measuring risk and quality in IT-intensive programs from the standpoint of productivity, software assurance, overall quality and system/mission risk. Admission is complimentary for government employees and elected officials. An industry pass is $250 for the day, including lunch.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:00am - 3:30pm
Army Navy Country Club 1700 Army Navy Drive Arlington, VA 22202

8:00am

6th Big Data for Intelligence Symposium Day 1
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The 2018 Big Data for Intelligence Symposium brings together those in the IC, military, academia, and industry to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities surrounding Big Data Analytics. By effectively and efficiently taking on the vast amounts of disparate data collected from various government sources, the IC and DoD can proactively enhance decision-making. With the advancing of innovative predictive analytic technologies, it allows the Warfighter to have a more decisive advantage at the tactical edge.

There are massive quantities of data collected each and every day, with the potential to be turned into relevant, timely, and “actionable data.” When actionable data can be exploited and turned into actionable intelligence for those in the IC and on the battlefield, the nation can form more accurate, mission-critical decisions. These data-driven decisions are important to enable every organization’s mission.


Speakers
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Paul Cote

Structured Data Analysis Advocate, NSA
CP

Christopher Page

Command Information Officer, Office of Naval Intelligence
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Kenneth E. Bray, SES

Acting Associate Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, HQAF
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Eileen M. Vidrine, SES

Section Chief, Enterprise Data Analytics, FBI
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Joseph Mitchell, SES

Command Information Officer, Office of Naval Intelligence


Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
American Institute of Architects Headquarters 1735 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006

8:15am

Security & Democracy: A discussion about tech and government collaboration on election security
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Security and Democracy: a discussion about tech and government collaboration on election security. Join TheBridge, Synack, Microsoft and Cloudflare during DC CyberWeek for a discussion about election security and the technology solutions companies are providing for campaigns and government at no additional cost, in the collaborative effort to help secure our elections and voting processes. What’s next? What are the challenges? And more.

Moderators
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Matthew Rhoades

Managing Director of Cybersecurity & Technology Program, Aspen Institute

Speakers
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Ethan Chumley

Microsoft, Senior Security Strategist, Defending Democracy Program
JK

Jay Kaplan

CEO and Co-Founder, Synack
AS

Alissa Starzak

Head of Policy, Cloudflare


Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:15am - 9:45am
Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center 901 K Street NW Washington, DC 20001

8:15am

Insider Threat Symposium Day 2
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Our Insider Threat Symposium will focus on the efforts to develop insider threat programs across government agencies and private sector industry in order to provide them with the information and resources needed to deter, detect, and mitigate insider threats.

Topics to be Covered at the 2018 Symposium
  • Successful communication strategies to obtain leadership and workforce buy-in for insider threat programs.
  • Tackling the challenge of utilizing the most effective insider threat detection analytics to be paired properly with human resource and human capital management functions.
  • Utilizing big data analytics to understand models, triggers, and data sets as the first layer of protection against potential threats before turning it over to a human analyst.
  • Current technical gaps Government is tackling to combat insider threats and a look at how industry can offer assistance.
  • Conducting effective continuous evaluation benchmarks while factoring in limitations of privacy and civil liberties.
  • Understanding the latest advancements in the study of behavioral analysis and how it can be applied to predict and prevent an insider threat.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:15am - 4:45pm
Mary M. Gates Learning Center 701 N. Fairfax Street Alexandria, VA 22314

8:30am

RedSeal Cyber Hunt Experience (Morning session)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join RedSeal on October 16th at The Carnegie Science Institute from for a free advanced workshop for members and leaders of Cyber Hunt and Incident Response Teams.  

At this event, you will refine Risk & Vulnerability Assessment, Cyber Hunt, and Incident Response skills in a realistic scenario.

At the completion of the session, you will have learned how to:
  • Easily identify devices on the network that pose the most risk to the enterprise 
  • Identify devices across the enterprise that have network access and exploitable vulnerabilities
  • Quickly visualize where aggressors can pivot following system compromise
  • Coordinate with other teams to enhance digital resilience

Speakers
AG

Aaron Gosney

Senior RedSeal Consulting Engineer, RedSeal
DL

Dave Lundgren

Senior RedSeal Consulting Engineer, RedSeal


Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:30am - 11:00am
Carnegie Science Institute, Room 125 1530 P Street NW Washington, DC 20005

8:45am

How Hackers Get You! Social Engineering Tactics and Ways to Combat Them
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Crafty hackers are scooping up your digital crumbs for criminal purposes. Social engineering can expose your employer’s or your sensitive data, and lead to costly ransomware demands. Learn how to recognize phishing attempts, see real examples of social engineering, and get tips on how to close the door on cyber thieves.

Agenda
8:45 AM – Event check-in and networking
9:00 AM – Presentation on social engineering
9:45 AM – Q&A
10:00 AM – Event adjourns

The event is located just a few blocks from the Silver Spring Metro station, and there is a parking garage across the street as well.

Speakers
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Will Durkee

CISSP, TSC Advantage
Will Durkee is the Director of Security Solutions at enterprise security firm TSC Advantage, and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Will advises businesses of all sizes on how to view cyber risk across the organization, create cybersecurity strategy, and... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am
Silver Spring Civic Building - Colesville Room 1 Veterans Place Silver Spring, MD 20910

9:00am

The God Complex: Temptations of the Forbidden Fruit in the Digital Garden
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Let's explore the principles, policies and technologies that shape the current data privacy landscape. A framework is presented to make sense of CCPA, GDPR and PbD and their respective limitations when good intentions collide with reality and the temptations of our inner God Complex. We've been proverbially kicked out of the Digital Garden of Eden. How did we get here? What can be done about it? Has regulation sprinted so far ahead of realistic technology? There are many technological hurdles to overcome to get us to the promised land of ubiquitous encryption. If it’s possible, what would it look like? We will introduce Natural Data Privacy™, the digital expression of privacy in nature. We will discuss the technology’s data structures, integrated dynamic systems and emergent characteristics which may surprise you for its self-evident familiarity, novelty and simple complexity.  Come on over, grab a donut and a cup o' Joe.

Speakers
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Yoon Auh

Founder, NUTS Technologies
After successful careers as a trading systems developer on Wall Street and then as head trader at some of the largest financial firms, he was frustrated with the primitive never changing approaches to data management and security for his own personal digital needs. For the last 6... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 9:00am - 11:00am
DLA Piper Building 500 8th Street Washington, DC 20004

9:00am

Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (#OSDFCon) Day 1
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The 9th Annual Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (OSDFCon) will be held October 16-18, 2018 in Herndon, VA. This event allows attendees to learn about new software and meet the developers.

Workshops: A series of 3-hour in-depth workshops (to be announced in July)
Conference: A full-day of 35-minute talks focused exclusively on open source digital forensics tools (**free for government attendees**)
Training: A full-day Autopsy training

Tuesday October 16, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm
The Westin Washington Dulles 2520 Wasser Terrace Herndon, VA 20171

9:00am

General Assembly Workshop Credit
General Assembly is offering CyberWeek registrants a $25 credit for in-person workshops! Use the code DCCyberWeek2018 for $25 off in-person workshops.

Terms of the credit: The credit can only be applied to in-person workshops in DC, it cannot be used for any online classes or at classes at other General Assembly locations. The credit can only be applied to our one-off workshops and cannot be used toward our full or part-time courses. Valid for six months after CyberWeek and expires April 30, 2019.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

9:00am

Mindspace Office or Meeting Room Discount
Mindspace is offering CyberWeek registrants 30% off office spaces (starting with fixed desk options) and 10% off meeting room hours.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

10:00am

TECHEXPO Polygraph-only Hiring Event
Polygraph clearance REQUIRED. TECHEXPO Top Secret is the Nation's premiere producer of professional job fairs, primarily for those with an active Security Clearance and, or Cyber Security industry experience. TechExpoUSA.com is one of country's leading online career centers where leading defense contractors, technology companies, consulting firms and numerous agencies of the US Government can recruit and hire these experienced professionals along with Transitioning Military and Veterans. IMPORTANT: one or several specific types of clearances are required for this event. If your profile does not meet the requirement, you will not be able to register for the event. We invite you to make sure your profile is updated before you register.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 10:00am - 3:00pm
BWI Marriott 1743 West Nursery Road Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090

10:00am

Canada's Quantum Valley: An Integrated Pathway to the High-Tech Future
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Mike Lazaridis, co-founder of Blackberry, leading IT visionary, and mastermind of Canada’s Quantum Valley, will provide keynote remarks for the conference. Quantum Valley is both a geographic location clustered around the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and a high-tech ecosystem where academics, incubators, investors, and industry work closely to develop and commercialize quantum technology, as well as educate the private sector and government. The event will explore the “best practices” of Canada’s Quantum Valley in order to derive lessons that the U.S. can apply to its own quantum sector.

In addition, it will highlight avenues for collaboration between the U.S. and Canada—a key goal of the Quantum Alliance Initiative. Mr. Lazaridis’ keynote address will be followed by a panel discussion, with time at the end for audience Q&A. Panelists will speak to the unique ways Canada has developed to incubate, foster, and commercialize quantum technologies from basic scientific research to launching start-ups—ways that highlight a close collaboration between academic, industry, and investment organizations. Panelists will also discuss the successful policies, such as those toward intellectual property, that have allowed Quantum Valley to flourish, in addition to the sustained support of the Canadian government.

Speakers
ML

Mike Lazaridis

Co-founder, Blackberry


Tuesday October 16, 2018 10:00am - 6:30pm
Hudson Institute 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20004

10:00am

New Nature by Marpi at ARTECHOUSE
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Save 10% off admission with promo code: cyberweek2018

Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
 
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 10:00am - 10:00pm
ARTECHOUSE 1238 Maryland Avenue SW Washington, DC 20024

11:00am

NIST Lunch, Learn, and Listen!
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED.

Join us at the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), a part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), for collaborative discussions with industry experts, informative presentations, and networking opportunities. Come get a quick overview of what the NCCoE does, see some live demos, hear from our experts, and enjoy lunch alongside subject matter experts from NIST. You’ll hear about the NCCoE’s work in areas such as: data integrity, IoT, identity and access management, privacy, and health IT cybersecurity topics. You will also have an opportunity to inspire discussion, learn, shape the future direction of NIST publications, and share your feedback directly with cybersecurity influencers. Students, in particular, are encouraged to attend! Parking is FREE next to our building.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 11:00am - 1:30pm
NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence 9700 Great Seneca Highway Rockville, MD 20850

11:30am

Zero Day Con: Hacking Democracy
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The digital domain has radically increased democracy’s already vulnerable surface area. The same platforms and networks that allow us to communicate instantaneously, provide transparency in government & military and pursue global efficiencies in business are being exploited by criminals and spies, and enable the spread of misinformation. This simultaneously erodes our competitive advantages, trust in information and the reliance in our banks, corporations and governments. Join Zero Day Con and Strategic Cyber Ventures on October 16thin Washington, D.C. to examine the path forward in reducing our attack surface, managing risk, regaining control of our networks and data, and restoring trust in our cyber-powered global democratic institutions. Zero Day Con Washington DC will be comprised of interactive learning sessions, keynotes and panel discussions, and will feature an area designated for technology companies to demo and share their latest innovations, products and services.

Speakers
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LTG Bob Ashley

Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency
DC

Dick Clarke

CEO, Good Harbor Security
MD

Michael Daniel

Cyber Czar to President Obama
JH

John Hultquist

Director, Intelligence Analysis, FireEye
JL

Jeff Lunglhofer, MD

CISO, BNY Mellon
AM

Adam Meyers

VP, Intelligence, Crowdstrike
JN

Jake Norwood

Director, Cyber Intelligence Group, Citigroup
HT

Hank Thomas

CEO & Co-Founder, Strategic Cyber Ventures


Tuesday October 16, 2018 11:30am - 8:00pm
Carnegie Institution for Science 1530 P Street NW Washington, DC 20005

12:00pm

RedSeal Cyber Hunt Experience (Afternoon session)
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join RedSeal on October 16th at The Carnegie Science Institute from for a free advanced workshop for members and leaders of Cyber Hunt and Incident Response Teams.  

At this event, you will refine Risk & Vulnerability Assessment, Cyber Hunt, and Incident Response skills in a realistic scenario.

At the completion of the session, you will have learned how to:
  • Easily identify devices on the network that pose the most risk to the enterprise 
  • Identify devices across the enterprise that have network access and exploitable vulnerabilities
  • Quickly visualize where aggressors can pivot following system compromise
  • Coordinate with other teams to enhance digital resilience

Speakers
AG

Aaron Gosney

Senior RedSeal Consulting Engineer, RedSeal
DL

Dave Lundgren

Senior RedSeal Consulting Engineer, RedSeal


Tuesday October 16, 2018 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Carnegie Science Institute, Room 125 1530 P Street NW Washington, DC 20005

3:00pm

Collaborating on Election Security - A Washington Cyber Roundtable Event
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

Go beyond the election security headlines and buzzwords for a candid conversation between stakeholders and their allies in industry. 
 
The government panel will discuss vulnerabilities, preventative and corrective actions and the role of industry in moving the securing this critical infrastructure. 
 
Our goal with this event is to provide an array of perspectives on the issue to ensure the discourse is constructive and enlightening not only for attendees, but also our speakers. 
 
Speakers will include representatives from DHS, state and local governments and Cyber Command who are focused on the National Guard’s role in election security.
 

Tuesday October 16, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Maggiano's Little Italy Tysons 2001 International Drive McLean, VA 22102

3:00pm

The DC CyberWeek Cyber Security Career Expo and Cocktail Reception
Limited Capacity filling up

TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Career Fair 3:00pm-7:00pm
A cocktail reception will be offered in the final hour.

Participate in this niche opportunity to meet face to face with hiring managers during DC CyberWeek!

All jobs require US citizenship and a minimum 2 years of industry experience on top of a degree. Some jobs require an active clearance. An active clearance is not required to attend.

100s of jobs!

For more information on the employers attending, requirements for job opportunities and directions please visit: http://www.expoexpertsllc.com/

Tuesday October 16, 2018 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Washington Marriott at Metro Center, Grand Ballroom 775 12th St. NW Washington, DC 20005

3:30pm

Cyber Women on Capitol Hill: EWF - Women's Cybersecurity Leadership Symposium
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join us on Capitol Hill to celebrate DC CyberWeek, champion women's leadership and learn how to have a voice with Congressional Members and Staff.  We will host a FireSide chat with cybersecurity industry and government women leaders, engage in open forum Q&A, participate in professional round table discussions on women's cybersecurity roles in Washington, D.C. and collaborate in dynamic networking to meet inspiring Washington, D.C. women.

Agenda:
  • Welcome: Senator Gillibrand's Office
  • Introduction: Sally Kenyon Grant, Executive Women's Forum
  • Cybersecurity Fireside Chat with Industry and Government "Empowering Women's Leadership - Our Amazing Leadership Moments!"
  • Q&A Women's Leadership in Washington, D.C.
    • Nicole DiResta, Senior Vice President in Technology at Cassidy & Associates
  • Roundtable Discussions with Industry and Government Cybersecurity Professionals
  • Closing: Senate Homeland Security Committee Closing Remarks (***Committee Speaker TBA/pending)
  • U.S. Capitol Steps Photograph - We will march from the Senate Russell Office Building to the east side of the U.S. Capitol for an official DC Cyber Week leadership women's photograph!   ***5:30 p.m. - we will take our "Cyber Women on Capitol Hill" DC Cyber Week photo in front of the U.S. Capitol facing First Street, SE
Directions:  
Please arrive at the Senate Russell Office Building by 3:00 p.m. to enter through security.  Thank you.

Moderators
TR

Trish Rimo

Vice President & Cybersecurity Practice Lead, Raffetto Herman Strategic Communications

Speakers
DD

Donna Davis

Senior Principal Systems Engineer, Symantec
ND

Nicole DiResta

Senior Vice President in Technology, Cassidy & Associates
SK

Sally Kenyon Grant

Executive Women's Forum
AW

Anna Wheeler

Vice President of Public Sector, Qualys
TW

Tina Williams-Koroma

Cybersecurity Academic Innovation Officer, USM/National Cybersecurity FFRDC


Tuesday October 16, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Russell Senate Office Building: Room 325 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20002

4:30pm

Election Security Town Hall: Looking Ahead to 2020
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join ForeScout and W2 Communications for a candid, nonpartisan conversation about election security imperatives, progress and challenges as we near the midterms and look at what will be necessary to maintain voters' trust and confidence heading in to 2020.

Moderators
SW

Sean W. Kelley

Former CISO of the EPA, Host of Cyber Chat

Speakers
SG

Susannah Goodman

Director of Election Security, Common Cause
SR

Shawn Rodriguez

Regional Vice President, US State, Local, and Education, ForeScout Technologies
CW

Chris Wlaschin

Vice President of Systems Security, Election Systems & Software


Tuesday October 16, 2018 4:30pm - 5:30pm
MXDC 600 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20005

5:30pm

CYBERTACOS
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, W2 Communications is bringing CYBERTACOS back to Washington DC to coincide with CyberScoop’s CyberWeek in the midst of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Register today and join us for networking, food and drinks. This event is a great opportunity to mingle with members of the local cybersecurity and broader IT community, including executives from vendors, end-users, analysts, media, integrators/contractors, associations and more!

Born out of a conversation with cyber reporters at the RSA Conference in 2016, CYBERTACOS has grown into a series of events, previously held in Austin, Washington DC, Northern Virginia and San Francisco. These events typically attract about 200-300 cyber professionals from reporters to engineers to top executives. It’s our chance to come together as a community over our shared love of Mexican fare.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 5:30pm - 8:30pm
MXDC 600 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20005

6:00pm

Careers in Cyber Security
Limited Capacity filling up

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST EMAIL CONTACTGOODHARBOR@GMAIL.COM WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: Name; Graduate program you are pursuing or from which you recently graduated (i.e. Masters in International Affairs, Masters in Public Policy); University; Year of expected graduation; and, Graduate school email address. Seating is limited, and people who send this information will be notified whether they have been successfully registered for the event.

This panel discussion on Careers in Cyber Security is designed for students (or recent graduates) of graduate programs in international affairs, public policy, or cyber security.

What do careers in cyber security look like across the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors? What technical knowledge is required to succeed? What can graduate students do to land the right opportunity?

The panel consists of experts with over five decades of collective experience across the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors: Dr. Michael Mylrea, senior manager for Cybersecurity and Blockchain lead at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Natasha Cohen, Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America Foundation; Dr. Katherine Gronberg, vice president for Government Affairs at cybersecurity company ForeScout Technologies Inc.; and, moderating the panel, Emilian Papadopoulos, president of D.C.-based advisory firm Good Harbor Security Risk Management.

The session will include time for Q&A and an opportunity to network with the panelists and other students.

Moderators
EP

Emilian Papadopoulos

President, Good Harbor Security Risk Management
Emilian Papadopoulos (moderator) is president of Good Harbor Security Risk Management, a boutique cyber security advisory firm based in Washington D.C. Emilian advises Boards, CEOs, and government leaders on managing cyber risk. He has helped clients across sectors including energy, insurance, law, technology, defense, and manufacturing, among others. Emilian’s exp... Read More →

Speakers
NC

Natasha Cohen

Fellow, Cybersecurity Initiative, New America
Natasha Cohen is a fellow in New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative, where she focuses on State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) cybersecurity policy issues. She has published on best practices in SLTT cybersecurity governance, national and state compliance and regulation, and economic deve... Read More →
KG

Katherine Gronberg

Vice President for Government Affairs, ForeScout Technologies Inc.
Dr. Katherine Gronberg is Vice President for Government Affairs at ForeScout Technologies Inc., a publicly traded technology company providing industry-leading continuous monitoring and risk mitigation offerings, real-time visibility, incident response orchestration, and network access control for traditi... Read More →
MM

Michael Mylrea

Senior Manager for Cybersecurity and Blockchain Lead, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Dr. Michael Mylrea is a Senior Manager for Cybersecurity and Blockchain lead at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory with over 18 years experience working on cyber security, energy, technology and national security issues. Dr. Mylrea launched and led a successful cybersecurity company and has hel... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Georgetown University 3700 O Street NW Washington, DC 20057

6:30pm

How to Make your Own Fake News
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Have you ever seen something on the web that you wished you could change? Maybe the color scheme or the layout of a website, or even the content. Join Flatiron School to look under the hood of websites you visit every day — and learn how to make changes to those websites (at least on your own computer) using the tools of a web developer! Bring a laptop and a friend and we'll provide some snacks and drinks.

Tuesday October 16, 2018 6:30pm - 8:00pm
WeWork White House 1440 G Street NW Washington, DC 20005

6:30pm

Blockchain Happy Hour
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Let’s hang out, talk blockchain, and have some drinks. Meet others who are as passionate about crypto as you are. Ethereum, Bitcoin, DAGs, decentralization, alt-coins, and blockchain’s impact on society. We love talking about this are interested to hear what you have to say. Whether you’re new to the space or have been involved for years, an investor or developer, come learn a bit that’ll get you excited about the future!

Organized by Brendan Sturm

Tuesday October 16, 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Blackjack 1612 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20009

6:30pm

ISSA-DC: Weaponized Information, crafting reality, and targeting the world's most exploitable information systems
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Some believe 'cyberspace' is an operational environment that involves aspects of the physical, informational, and cognitive. In recent years, we have seen how these environments can be targeted, attacked, and/or exploited for nefarious purposes by adversaries ranging from criminals to foreign nations. Although some argue this represents a new form of warfare, it actually has its roots deep in history and simply is the latest example of adversaries using all available tools to achieve their goals.

From social media, so-called 'fake news', partisan echo chambers, marketing, disinformation, and good old fashioned hacking, this talk discusses the three-dimensional construct of cyberspace and how technology helps blur the lines between the digital and physical. In particular, we will discuss how adversaries, both foreign and domestic, can use these constructs in combination to disrupt the social fabric of both userdom and citizenry to influence political, commercial and/or cybersecurity outcomes. After all, the human mind is the most complicated information system in the world -- but sadly one of the most exploitable ones, too.

Speakers
DR

Dr. Richard Forno

Assistant Director, UMBC Center for Cybersecurity
Dr. Richard Forno is a Senior Lecturer in the UMBC Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, where he directs the UMBC Graduate Cybersecurity Program, serves as the Assistant Director of UMBC's Center for Cybersecurity, and is an Affiliate of the Stanford Law School's... Read More →


Tuesday October 16, 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for American Progress 1333 H Street NW 10th Floor Washington, DC 20005

7:00pm

George Mason University Cybersecurity Innovation Forum
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join us for a series of short presentations by cybersecurity technology innovators from throughout the region. Presentations will be followed by plenty of opportunity for discussion and discovery.
 
The focus of the evening will be on innovations that address current and evolving challenges and have had a real, measurable impact.
 
Some speakers include:
 
Rick Tiene, Vice President, Government and Critical Infrastructure, Mission Secure
 
Roger Kim, Co-founder, Safe Cloud Box
 
Jim Jones, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Digital Forensics and Cyber Analysis, George Mason University
 
Sponsored by the Center for Assurance Research and Engineering, CARE at the Volgenau School of Engineering and the Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative at the School of Business. Presenting Partner is Accenture.
 
More details about directions and parking can be found at the bottom of this post (highly recommended for first-time comers). Please mark the date. As usual, this event is free (parking does require payment). Light refreshments will be provided.
 
As with previous events, the Forum will consist of a series of 15-20 minute case study presentations by cybersecurity experts and technology innovators followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. The focus of the meetings is on cybersecurity innovation including innovation rationale and motivation, technology, metrics, and lessons learned.
 
Follow us on Twitter @MasonCyber for more up-to-date discussions on cybersecurity and innovation.

Speakers
RK

Roger Kim

Co-founder, Safe Cloud Box
JJ

Jim Jones, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Digital Forensics and Cyber Analysis, George Mason University
RT

Rick Tiene

Vice President, Government and Critical Infrastructure, Mission Secure


Tuesday October 16, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm
George Mason University Fairfax Campus - Research Hall 10401 York River Road Fairfax, VA 22030
 
Wednesday, October 17
 

8:00am

6th Big Data for Intelligence Symposium Day 2
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The 2018 Big Data for Intelligence Symposium brings together those in the IC, military, academia, and industry to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities surrounding Big Data Analytics. By effectively and efficiently taking on the vast amounts of disparate data collected from various government sources, the IC and DoD can proactively enhance decision-making. With the advancing of innovative predictive analytic technologies, it allows the Warfighter to have a more decisive advantage at the tactical edge.

There are massive quantities of data collected each and every day, with the potential to be turned into relevant, timely, and “actionable data.” When actionable data can be exploited and turned into actionable intelligence for those in the IC and on the battlefield, the nation can form more accurate, mission-critical decisions. These data-driven decisions are important to enable every organization’s mission.

Speakers
PC

Paul Cote

Structured Data Analysis Advocate, NSA
CP

Christopher Page

Command Information Officer, Office of Naval Intelligence
KE

Kenneth E. Bray, SES

Acting Associate Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, HQAF
EM

Eileen M. Vidrine, SES

Section Chief, Enterprise Data Analytics, FBI
JM

Joseph Mitchell, SES

Command Information Officer, Office of Naval Intelligence


Wednesday October 17, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
American Institute of Architects Headquarters 1735 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006

8:00am

Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (#OSDFCon) Day 2
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The 9th Annual Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (OSDFCon) will be held October 16-18, 2018 in Herndon, VA. This event allows attendees to learn about new software and meet the developers.

Workshops: A series of 3-hour in-depth workshops (to be announced in July)
Conference: A full-day of 35-minute talks focused exclusively on open source digital forensics tools (**free for government attendees**)
Training: A full-day Autopsy training

Wednesday October 17, 2018 8:00am - 7:30pm
The Westin Washington Dulles 2520 Wasser Terrace Herndon, VA 20171

9:00am

Combatting Cybercrime through Collaboration
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

As part of the National Cyber Awareness Month campaign and specifically the DC Cyber Week activities, the Washington Metro Electronic Crimes Task Force (WMECTF) will hold our next event on October 17th at the Eaton Hotel in downtown Washington DC. Our theme is Combatting Cyber Crime through Collaboration and our itinerary includes industry leading speakers and panelists who will help inform you and provide guidance to become safer and more secure online.
 
The Secret Service started its first ECTF in New York nearly 20 years ago with the purpose of bringing together experts from private industry, academia and law enforcement with the goal of working with our partners to educate and prevent cybercrime. The Washington Metro ECTF continues this effort and invites you to join us and our primary sponsor, Capital One, as we spend a full day hearing from experts and sharing experiences that will better prepare us for the challenges that lay ahead.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 9:00am - 2:00pm
Eaton Hotel 1201 K Street NW Washington, DC 20005

9:00am

General Assembly Workshop Credit
General Assembly is offering CyberWeek registrants a $25 credit for in-person workshops! Use the code DCCyberWeek2018 for $25 off in-person workshops.

Terms of the credit: The credit can only be applied to in-person workshops in DC, it cannot be used for any online classes or at classes at other General Assembly locations. The credit can only be applied to our one-off workshops and cannot be used toward our full or part-time courses. Valid for six months after CyberWeek and expires April 30, 2019.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

9:00am

Mindspace Office or Meeting Room Discount
Mindspace is offering CyberWeek registrants 30% off office spaces (starting with fixed desk options) and 10% off meeting room hours.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

10:00am

New Nature by Marpi at ARTECHOUSE
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Save 10% off admission with promo code: cyberweek2018

Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
 
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 10:00am - 10:00pm
ARTECHOUSE 1238 Maryland Avenue SW Washington, DC 20024

10:30am

The Tech Summit
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Tech policy issues cut across state, federal and international boundaries as well as help steer public sector markets and sales strategies. That’s why this year we’re bringing together executives, directors and managers from across government affairs, public policy and public sector sales and business development to converge at this two-day must-attend event of the year where policy meets innovation. We’ll explore future innovation and trends, plan for the upcoming year and spend time networking with industry leaders, peers and policy makers.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 10:30am - 6:00pm
Gaylord National Harbor 201 Waterfront Street National Harbor, MD 20745

11:30am

Active Cyber Defense vs. Hacking Back: A Discussion on Lawful and Strategic Approaches to a Digital Breach
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

A rapid escalation in cyberattacks and the weaponization of digital information have disrupted virtually every major corporation and left executives scrambling to find the appropriate response. A key element in this debate, and one currently being heard on Capitol Hill, is whether companies should have the right to retaliate against their cyber assailants, and to what extent they can and should. While the controversial “hacking back” argument has been well debated in the industry, an emerging concept known as “Active Defense” is rapidly gaining focus as a way for the private sector to take proactive measures to detect, disrupt and respond to adversaries, within the confines of the law.
 
APCO Worldwide is convening a roundtable of leading cyber security experts on Oct. 17 during CyberWeek to discuss this dynamic and the risk posed to international commerce by a rising tide of digital threat actors. Our experts will explore the need for an aggressive “active defense” – one that both safeguards a company’s operations while underpinning the drive for a more secure Internet.


Wednesday October 17, 2018 11:30am - 1:30pm
1299 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW 1299 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

11:30am

CyberArk Lunch Seminar
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

We'll be sharing best practices from our experience working post-breach with enterprises involved in the largest recent attacks and from thousands of privileged account security deployments. 
Join our Lunch series and learn:
  • Tools, technique, and methods used by attackers to steal sensitive data, takeover network and cloud instances by gaining access to privileged credentials
  • How you reduce privileged security risk while meeting audit and compliance requirements such as PCI, NERC, HIPAA, GDPR
  • How to address a variety of privileged security use cases such as securing vendor and 3rd party access, managing service accounts, and removing admin rights on workstations without operational impacts
  • How to get started with a privileged account security program that integrates easily with your existing on-premises and cloud infrastructure, SaaS applications, and security and IT management tools
  • Key questions to ask to improve the security of applications built using DevOps methodologies

Wednesday October 17, 2018 11:30am - 3:30pm
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse 724 9th Street NW Washington, DC 20001

12:00pm

Cyber Threat Intelligence Lunch & Learn
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT.

Join IBM and ESVA to find out how cyber threats are increasing in frequency and severity, while online actors are increasing in sophistication. In a rapidly maturing cyber-crime market, attack tools and tactics are increasing in availability.
 
Relying on rule and policy-based solutions alone, analysts face a barrage of alerts resulting in alert fatigue. Security analysts struggle to find the signal in the noise and the real danger from the false positives.
 
Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn how to handle your advanced adversaries in cyberspace!

Speakers
JR

Jeremy Rodgers

i2 Federal Technical Team Lead, IBM


Wednesday October 17, 2018 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Holiday Inn Washington-Capitol - Congressional Room 550 C Street SW Washington, DC 20024

1:30pm

Special Showing of "Sneakers"
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

West End Cinema, in association with DC CyberWeek, presents the 1992 classic  "Sneakers," featuring Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Ben Kingsley and more. Redford stars as the head of a team of renegade hackers who are blackmailed by the government to carry out a mission. More than 25 years after its release, the film is still considered a clever and prescient look at hacker culture.

Theatre Entrance On 23rd Street Next To Kaiser Permanente.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 1:30pm - 4:00pm
West End Cinema 3201 M Street NW Washington, DC 20037

3:00pm

Reducing the Cyber Risk to Cities
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The National Governors Association (NGA) and New America's Cybersecurity Initiative team up to present a panel to discuss how states and their affiliates are working to use the resources at their disposal to assist local governments in reducing cyber risk.

Cyber threats are targeting every level of government in the United States, from the city level up. Recent events in large cities such as Atlanta, Baltimore, and San Francisco, and small cities such as Beatrice, Valdez, and Matanuska-Susitna Borough have highlighted this threat to local governments.

Although cities are building up their own resiliency efforts, there are important ways that states and their affiliates can aid in those efforts. Hear from a panel of experts to understand what initiatives are being launched now, which have been successful already, and suggestions for what more can be done in the future.

Moderators
IW

Ian Wallace

Director of New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative, New America

Speakers
NC

Natasha Cohen

Cybersecurity Policy Fellow, New America
JM

Jacob M. Finn

Policy Manager for Cybersecurity, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles
MG

Michael Garcia

Senior Policy Analyst, NGA
KJ

Karen Jackson

Former Virginia Secretary of Technology


Wednesday October 17, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
New America 740 15th St NW #900 Washington, D.C. 20005

3:00pm

Israeli Cybersecurity Innovators Panel
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

Discussion of some of the latest cybersecurity technologies and a panel discussion on how Israeli cybersecurity is helping keep western democracies and the world safe.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Washington DC Economic Partnership 1495 F Street NW Washington, DC 20004

4:15pm

Protecting Power and US Critical Infrastructure: Strategic Objectives and Practical Measures
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The security of US critical infrastructure is vital to the nation’s security, prosperity, and well-being. We live in an era of constant advances in the sophistication of attack technology and the emergence of evidence of more destructive attacks and bolder nation-state actions resulting in unprecedented access to power grid operations. Despite renewed concerns about the threat and the risks associated with potential disruptions, the threat clearly outpaces our ability to secure the infrastructure.
 
Join us as we convene a group of experts to address recent threat trends, how can the US and its partners and allies devise strategies to create resilient critical infrastructure systems, what lessons can be learned from previous attacks, and what is the role of the private sector, cybersecurity professionals, and the government in this ongoing fight?
A reception will follow the event.

Moderators
KJ

Kiara Jordan

Director, Cyber Statecraft Initiative, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, Atlantic Council

Speakers
JC

John Costello

Director, Strategy, Policy, and Plans, National Protection and programs Directorate, US Department of Homeland Security
MK

Michael K. Daly

Chief Technology Officer, Cybersecurity and Special Missions; Raytheon
EF

Emily Frye

Director, National Protection and Response Division, MITRE Corporation
BP

Barry Pavel

Senior Vice President, Arnold Kanter Chair and Director, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, Atlantic Council
SS

Suzanne Spaulding

Senior Adviser, Homeland Security Program and International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies


Wednesday October 17, 2018 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Atlantic Council 1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20005

4:30pm

Special Showing of "Sneakers"
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

West End Cinema, in association with DC CyberWeek, presents the 1992 classic  "Sneakers," featuring Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Ben Kingsley and more. Redford stars as the head of a team of renegade hackers who are blackmailed by the government to carry out a mission. More than 25 years after its release, the film is still considered a clever and prescient look at hacker culture.

Theatre Entrance On 23rd Street Next To Kaiser Permanente.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 4:30pm - 7:00pm
West End Cinema 3201 M Street NW Washington, DC 20037

4:30pm

CyberTunity 2.0 Showcase
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The CyberSocialClub, Crowell & Moring, the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), and MACH37 are teaming up to showcase a select group of cybersecurity companies, investors, and strategic partners for our second annual Cybertunity Showcase and Networking Event during DC Cyber Week.

This year, we are expanding our program to include a panel of pioneering CEOs and leading Investors to talk about market trends and industry shifts. Panels will be followed by a series of flash presentations from some of the hottest companies-to-watch in cybersecurity. Join us for an exciting evening delving into the latest developments in the Mid-Atlantic Cyber and Tech market. Network and meet with disruptive startups, influential investors, and other strategic partners.

Keynote speakers, panelists, and companies will be announced soon.

Agenda:
4:30 PM Networking
5:00 PM Opening Remarks
5:20 PM Investor and CEO Panel on the “Emerging Cyber & Tech Market”
6:25 PM Keynote
7:00 PM Showcase

Wednesday October 17, 2018 4:30pm - 8:30pm
Crowell Moring 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004

5:00pm

HID Global + Yubico Govies Appreciation Happy Hour
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join HID Global and Yubico to get a sneak preview of our new integration that is about to make your life much easier. We’ll talk the latest in security, network with peers and enjoy hors d'oeuvres and drinks. Secure a spot to test drive our multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions at our Govies Appreciation Event.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Maddy's Bar & Grille 1726 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, DC 20009

5:00pm

Delta Risk Happy Hour
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Delta Risk is hosting a networking and happy hour social in The Lounge at the1010 N. Glebe Rd building they share in Arlington. Free food, free drinks, and a chance to talk about cyber security topics ranging from incident response best practices to finding top talent with our respective teams of cyber security professionals. Oh, and did we mention there will be food? This is a prime opportunity to network with other cyber security leaders and influencers in the greater D.C. region. Join us for a night of good fun and good company!

Wednesday October 17, 2018 5:00pm - 8:00pm
The Lounge, 7th Floor 1010 N. Glebe Rd. Arlington, VA 22201

5:30pm

Emerging Cyber Tech Reception and Demo Day presented by Dcode
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join the Dcode community for an evening of live music, wine, beer, and hors d'oeuvres. Hear from seven of the most innovative companies in cyber security today and network with government and industry leaders.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Dcode 2055 L Street NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20036

5:30pm

Neo Cybersecurity Network and Learn Happy Hour: Cyber Defined Software and Cloud Security and Virtualization
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

This networking “social hour” event, hosted by NeoSystems and CMA, featuring a reception by the Capital Grille, includes presentations from industry-leading disrupters in the software space who will discuss trending Software Defined Security (SDS), a security model that is implemented, controlled and managed strictly by software, and provide an update on Cloud Security and Virtualization.
  • The SDS presentation will cover a highly adapted, policy-driven and governed security practice, where most of the security controls such as intrusion detection, network segmentation and access controls are automated and monitored through software.
  • The Cloud Security and Virtualization presentation will cover recent developments in software defined networking (SDN) that show great potential to virtualize data networks in the same way that operating systems have been virtualized, will speak to trends and will speak to how these industry developments will shape the future for government contracting in the cloud.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm

6:00pm

The Inside Scoop: Cybersecurity Career Convos & Cones
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join DC Cyber Careers on Wednesday, October 17 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm for a fun networking and informational Meetup event, "The Inside Scoop: Cybersecurity Career Convos & Cones." We're bringing you an awesome group of cybersecurity professionals with a variety of backgrounds and roles, to give you the inside scoop on what life is like as a SOC Manager at IBM, a Security Engineer at MITRE, a Cyber Risk Analyst at AIG, and more! These fireside chat interviews will be casual and open, and you'll have the opportunity to ask questions and even meet-and-greet with our speakers. YES, this event will involve ice cream :) P.S. Our friends in the cybersecurity recruiting group at TEKsystems will be present as well, so be sure to say hello to them! This free, inclusive event is open to anyone who is currently in cybersecurity AND anyone looking to join the industry.

Speakers
SF

Sophia Fadli

Founder, BSidesNoVA
KN

Katie Nickels

Lead Cyber Security Engineer, MITRE
MR

Miranda Ritchie

Senior SOC Operations Manager, IBM
PW

Philip Wang

IT Security Engineer Consultant, Quick Beam Convergence Technologies


Wednesday October 17, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Social Tables 1325 G Street NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, DC 20005

6:00pm

Innovation & Integration: An Evening with Cybersecurity Experts at Georgetown University SCS
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

The Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, M.P.S. in Technology Management and M.P.S. in Applied Intelligence program cordially invite you to an evening of discussion and simulation on Cybersecurity. Please join us to hear from faculty members Adam Firestone and Chuck Brooks among others!

Speakers
DA

Dimitri Alperovitch

Co-Founder & CTO, CrowdStrike
CB

Chuck Brooks

Principal Market Growth Strategist -- Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies, General Dynamics
AF

Adam Firestone

Editor In Chief, United States Cybersecurity Magazine, Chief Engineering Officer, Secure Channels, Inc.
JK

Joseph Klimavicz

Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Chief Information Officer, Department of Justice


Wednesday October 17, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies Auditorium 640 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20818

6:00pm

Create Connect DC: Innovator's happy hour lounge and workforce development/networking event
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

This after-conference event will connect job seekers, entrepreneurs, and industry professionals to support recruiting and network in a fun, creative space. Our goal is to connect local talent with opportunities for employment, coaching, and collaboration.

Our event will put a spin on the traditional tech networking event with a DJ, live pitch competitions, speed networking, and fun hands-on interactive experiences with electronic music instruments, photo installs, and retro video games. We are focusing our efforts to attract participants from under-represented communities in the technology industry here in the DC area and link them with companies, investors, and media.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 6:00pm - 8:30pm
1776 1133 15th Street NW 12th Floor Washington, DC 20005

6:30pm

ISSA-DC: Cyber Career Panel - Getting Hired in Cyber
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

A panel of cybersecurity recruiters will share their tips and advice for successfully getting job in cyber. They will discuss the current hiring landscape, networking strategies, the importance of gaining the right qualifications (certifications, training, and education), building your professional experience, developing your resume, and preparing for interviews. Learn how to stand out from the crowd!

Moderators
ES

Elena Steinke

Director, National Board Member, Women's Society of Cyberjutsu
MBA | CISSP | Security+ | C|EH | Threat Intelligence Analyst Cybersecurity Strategic & Tactical Architect, Geek, Cybersecurity Enthusiast, and its Champion of Diversity

Speakers
LT

Leslie Taylor

Senior Cleared Talent Recruiter for Cybersecurity & Emergency Management, ICFS


Wednesday October 17, 2018 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Center for American Progress 1333 H Street NW 10th Floor Washington, DC 20005

7:00pm

An Ethical Technology RAP Session (The Poetry of Progress?)!
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

We live in a world that is becoming increasingly digital and "cyberized"!  But what does it mean to enter a new dimension of lifestyle that's changing our self-expression, revamping the legal issues, and "protecting ourselves" in an increasingly digitized, dangerous and deceptively intelligent world?  This session introduces the implications and realities of cyberspace, cyberlaw, and cyber security in walking the corridors of life through a new lens.  We will discuss the matters, from a daily experiences and practical point of view, with an eye towards short- and long-term implications for our society and succeeding generations. You don't want to miss it!

Agenda:

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Presentation - Rev. Samuel Nixon, Jr. Global Educator and Developer, Member, Black Data Processing Associates and Black Alumni of MIT (BAMIT), Founder, humble1, LLC

Questions and Answers

Follow-Up Activities

Closing Remarks


Wednesday October 17, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm
The Microsoft Store Presentation Room, Fashion Centre at Pentagon City 1100 South Hayes St Arlington, VA 22202

7:30pm

Special Showing of "Sneakers"
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

West End Cinema, in association with DC CyberWeek, presents the 1992 classic  "Sneakers," featuring Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Ben Kingsley and more. Redford stars as the head of a team of renegade hackers who are blackmailed by the government to carry out a mission. More than 25 years after its release, the film is still considered a clever and prescient look at hacker culture.

Theatre Entrance On 23rd Street Next To Kaiser Permanente.

Wednesday October 17, 2018 7:30pm - 10:00pm
West End Cinema 3201 M Street NW Washington, DC 20037
 
Thursday, October 18
 

7:30am

CYBERTALKS
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY

CyberTalks is a TED-like conference bringing together top cybersecurity chiefs and 1,000 of the most influential cyber leaders from government and the tech industry for one day to identify ways to tackle unprecedented security challenges and discuss cybersecurity priorities, trends and innovations.

Thursday October 18, 2018 7:30am - 2:00pm
Andrew Mellon Auditorium 1301 Constitution Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20240

9:00am

General Assembly Workshop Credit
General Assembly is offering CyberWeek registrants a $25 credit for in-person workshops! Use the code DCCyberWeek2018 for $25 off in-person workshops.

Terms of the credit: The credit can only be applied to in-person workshops in DC, it cannot be used for any online classes or at classes at other General Assembly locations. The credit can only be applied to our one-off workshops and cannot be used toward our full or part-time courses. Valid for six months after CyberWeek and expires April 30, 2019.

Thursday October 18, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

9:00am

Mindspace Office or Meeting Room Discount
Mindspace is offering CyberWeek registrants 30% off office spaces (starting with fixed desk options) and 10% off meeting room hours.

Thursday October 18, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

2:00pm

New Nature by Marpi at ARTECHOUSE
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Save 10% off admission with promo code: cyberweek2018

Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
 
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.

Thursday October 18, 2018 2:00pm - 2:15pm
ARTECHOUSE 1238 Maryland Avenue SW Washington, DC 20024

2:00pm

Blu Ventures Cyber Week Happy Hour
Limited Capacity seats available

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Join Blu Ventures's portfolio companies, investors, and friends for a happy hour to celebrate CyberWeek 2018! Drinks will be provided. We hope to see you there!

Thursday October 18, 2018 2:00pm - 4:00pm
America Tap House 1811 Library St Reston, VA 20190

2:00pm

IBM X-Force Command Cyber Tactical Operations Center (C-TOC) Tour and Demonstration
The IBM Cyber Tactical Operations Center (C-TOC) a first-of-its-kind in cybersecurity. Modeled after Tactical Operations Centers used by the military, this 18-wheeler will travel the world running preparedness scenarios with clients and also educate consumers and professionals on cybersecurity best practices.

Ahead of the mid-term Elections, as one of the first training exercises, IBM will bring the C-TOC to the National Mall. The attendees will be given an inside look in how hackers operate, see how easily their electronic devices are targets, and get a chance to build a phishing website.

The C-TOC will be on the National Mall between Madison and Jefferson Drives SW at 7th Street SW. 

Thursday October 18, 2018 2:00pm - 5:00pm
National Mall - 7th and Madison

4:00pm

Developing a National Cyber Strategy
Limited Capacity seats available

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Please join us for a discussion on evolving cyber threats and developing a National Cyber Strategy. During the event, attendees will hear from Mr. Basil Parker, Senior Advisor to the Director for IT & Cyber Workforce Development, Office of Personnel Management. The presentation will be followed by a networking happy hour to connect with leading cyber professionals to discuss cybersecurity trends and strategies, and of course enjoy an evening of complimentary food and drinks! Please RSVP using the link above or directly via email to events@sprymethods.com.

Thursday October 18, 2018 4:00pm - 7:00pm
The Board Room 925 N Garfield St Arlington, VA 22201

5:30pm

The Secure IoT Solution-Protecting IT and OT
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Secure IoT is a Managed Security Service that protects all Operational Technologies (OT) in an enterprise to ensure their safe operations without compromise. With Secure IoT Managed Service, your systems and devices become invisible to hackers while remaining operational and accessible only to authorized users. Our solution isolates, contains, and protects all OT regardless of manufacturer, age, operating system, or protocol. The Secure IoT solution can be deployed without changes to existing network architectures or equipment, protecting entire buildings and enterprises quickly, inexpensively, and with no special training or certifications. Your organization benefits from a dramatically reduced attack surface, as well as a reduction in the expenses associated with the purchase and management of IP addresses, Certificates, and Access Control Lists (ACLs).

Thursday October 18, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Vornado Conference Center Vornado Conference Center, 1225 S Clark Street, Arlington, VA 22202

5:45pm

UK Embassy & Dept. for International Trade - Cyber & Craft Beer Event
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An Evening of Cyber & Craft Beer
 
The UK Department for International Trade (DIT), in partnership with Silobreaker, is excited to be hosting an evening filled with great food and craft beer on Thursday, October 18th in conjunction with DC Cyber Week.
 
This event is being held in recognition of the special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom across the intelligence and cyber sectors. Please join us at the National Union Building, DC for a night of networking, a presentation by Silobreaker and its US partner Flashpoint, complimentary food and of course some local craft beer!

Thursday October 18, 2018 5:45pm - 11:00pm
National Union Building 916 F Street NW Washington, DC 20004

6:00pm

Sweat for a Tech Cause: Women in Tech - Karma Climb
Limited Capacity seats available

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Join The Women in Tech Campaign, DC Fem Tech and Tech, Rebalanced for a fundraiser fitness event benefiting Black Girls Code DC. Come sweat for a cause with fellow techies at DC's first and only Versaclimber boutique fitness studio called PULSE House of Fitness. The event is a $10 and all proceeds go to Black Girls Code DC.

Class begins at 6:15 and goes until 6:45pm with time for networking following.


Thursday October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 6:45pm
PULSE House of Fitness 1401 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC 20005

6:00pm

Cybersecurity in the Public Sector
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Adoption of cloud based networking and data analytics in the public sector has been slower with respect to the private sector. However the change is inevitable. Public sector and government organizations around the globe have to migrate to cloud and adopt modern technologies. During this move, cyber security is one of the most important aspects to pay extreme attention to. The panelists in this event will discuss important cyber security measures that need to be taken by public sector and governmental organizations. Panelists will also share their experience on cyber security in financial sector.


Moderators
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Alkan Soysal

Chair of Information Sciences & Technology Programs, BAU International University
Alkan Soysal is the Chair of Information Sciences and Technology Programs at the BAU International University. Dr. Soysal received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, in 2006 and 2008, respectively. Since 2008, he... Read More →

Speakers
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Melike Etem

Melike Etem is an IT risk management and cybersecurity visionary who thrives in fast-paced, innovative environments with intelligent minds. She has a proven track record of over ten years of experience in leading teams to establish enterprise risk functions across a range of companies... Read More →
ZF

Zhiwei Fu

Zhiwei Fu is a seasoned cybersecurity and risk management executive with proven ability to establish and lead successful cybersecurity, governance, compliance and risk management programs in both public and private sector. An expert in cyber security and business intelligence, machine... Read More →
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Burak Sahin

Manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Burak Sahin is a technologist with over 20 years of experience in research & development, technology strategy, software development management and enterprise architecture.At Deloitte Advisory, he has supported numerous clients in the federal and commercial cyber risk space, including... Read More →


Thursday October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
BAU International University 1510 H Street NW, 3rd floor K-L-M Washington, DC 20005

6:00pm

Cybersecurity Career Convos: How to Start a Cybersecurity Company and What you Need to Learn to Get There with SecureSet, Mach37 and the Center for Innovative Technology
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

Wondering what it takes to launch a cybersecurity company?  Come learn from the experts.  Executives from SecureSet, MACH37 and the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) will share their insights and answer your questions on the knowledge, skills, and advancement it takes to build a cyber product, be accepted into the nation's top cybersecurity accelerator and catch the interest of venture capitalists.  Want to get in on the real experience?  Join us in this special event where we bring three of the brightest minds in the Cybersecurity and Company Building industries along with the Mach37 Fall Cohort to discuss the process and steps needed to build your own Cybersecurity company.

Speakers
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Jason Chen

CEO, President and Executive Director, MACH37
Jason Chen is the CEO, President and Executive Director of MACH37. He is a business strategist, entrepreneur, and early stage venture investor with more than 18 years of experience leading business planning and consulting engagements for entrepreneurs, small businesses, and multi-national... Read More →
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John Ferris

Director, Arlington Campus, SecureSet
Jon Ferris is a serial tech entrepreneur with experience in technology outsourcing, data science, and cybersecurity. His first company failed immediately - his second did well and still runs out of Seattle. He exited his third and then created his fourth, a cybersecurity education... Read More →
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Tom Weithman

Managing Director, CIT GAP Funds, Chief Investment Officer, MACH37
Tom serves as the Chief Investment Officer for MACH37 and Managing Director of the CIT GAP Funds. As a founder of MACH37, Weithman brings 12 years prior early stage and cybersecurity investment experience to his present role. Formed by Weithman in 2005, CIT GAP Funds has gained national... Read More →


Thursday October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
SPACES, Main Event Space 1101 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA 22209

6:00pm

5th Annual Women in Cyber Security Reception
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This annual networking event highlights and celebrates the value and successes of women in the cyber security industry. Leaders from the private sector, academia, and government from across the region and at varying points on the career spectrum can connect with one another to strengthen relationships and build new ones. The Reception also provides a forum for women seeking cyber security careers to connect with the technical and business professionals who are shaping the future of the industry.

The Women in Cyber Security Reception will again be held as an invitation-only event in order to ensure a mix of women with diverse backgrounds and at different career levels.

Thursday October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 9:00pm
International Spy Museum 429 L'Enfant Plaza SW Washington, DC 20024

6:00pm

NCSAM Downtown Happy Hour
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We invite you to join us for an evening of networking, food, music, and drinks in the heart of downtown Washington, D.C.  Enjoy the opportunity to meet and greet fellow Cyber Security professionals and enthusiasts during National Cyber Security Awareness Month. There will be raffle prizes awarded at the end of the happy hour event.

Conveniently located close to both the Farragut North & Farragut West Metro stations.

Thursday October 18, 2018 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Blackfinn AmeriPub Kammer Room 1620 I Street NW Washington, DC 20006
 
Friday, October 19
 

8:00am

Insider Threat Symposium & Expo
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The Insider Threat Symposium & Expo  was created in the wake of past and continued "Insider Threat Incidents" that have been very costly and damaging to the U.S. Government and businesses. The NITSIG has complied some "Eye Opening" reports, surveys and incidents that should be of concern to all CEO's and security professionals. The NITSIG has lined up some excellent speakers with "Hands On Experience", who are Insider Threat Risk Mitigation Subject Matter Experts, and work for the U.S. Government, Defense Contractors and private sector businesses, managing or supporting Insider Threat Programs.  (Speaker Info Below) The Insider Threat Symposium & Expo is a MUST ATTEND event for individuals working for the U.S. Government, State Governments, Department of Defense, Intelligence Community Agencies, Critical Infrastructure Providers, Defense Contractors, Airport / Aviation Security, Banking-Finance Industry, Health Care Industry, and other large and small businesses.

Friday October 19, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm
Johns Hopkins University - Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU-APL) Kossikoff Center 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel, MD 20723-6099

9:00am

Nonprofit Security Workshop with Tech Impact
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Security is at the forefront of nonprofit leaders’ concerns. All nonprofits are exposed to security threats that can lead to the loss of data, money and reputation. Tech Impact understands these threats and can help you assess your risks and mitigate potential losses.

Join Tech Impact's Infrastructure and Security team for a half day security seminar to lead you through the "Who, What, Where and Why" of combating security threats. Learn who the bad actors are, why they want your data and how you can arm your organization with that knowledge. We'll also discuss common attacks and types of solutions available to nonprofits to combat them (nonvendor specific).

You will take away an assessment detailing your organization's specific threats, prioritized next steps for securing your organization. This is a small-group event with real-world case studies and hands-on learning. Refreshments will be provided.

Friday October 19, 2018 9:00am - 1:00pm
Tech Impact 1710 Rhode Island Ave NW 8th Floor Washington, DC 20036

9:00am

General Assembly Workshop Credit
General Assembly is offering CyberWeek registrants a $25 credit for in-person workshops! Use the code DCCyberWeek2018 for $25 off in-person workshops.

Terms of the credit: The credit can only be applied to in-person workshops in DC, it cannot be used for any online classes or at classes at other General Assembly locations. The credit can only be applied to our one-off workshops and cannot be used toward our full or part-time courses. Valid for six months after CyberWeek and expires April 30, 2019.

Friday October 19, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

9:00am

Mindspace Office or Meeting Room Discount
Mindspace is offering CyberWeek registrants 30% off office spaces (starting with fixed desk options) and 10% off meeting room hours.

Friday October 19, 2018 9:00am - 9:00pm

10:00am

Creating a Cybersecurity "Energy Star" for our Connected Future
Limited Capacity filling up

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This roundtable discussion will focus on a working paper outlining how the United States might develop an “Energy Star” label for consumer-grade internet-of-things products. We’ll provide an advance copy of the draft paper to all participants and an opportunity for feedback during the roundtable.

We’ll discuss key areas from the paper, including technical elements to developing a certification process for a label, the potential role government (federal or state) could play, and possible incentives for encouraging stakeholders to implement a cybersecurity labeling program that benefits both consumers and the marketplace. (We’ll also provide snacks and coffee!)

The roundtable will operate under Chatham House Rule. We hope you’ll join the conversation.

Speakers
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Megan Stifel

Cybersecurity Policy Director, Public Knowledge
Previously, Megan was the Director for Cyber Policy in the National Security Division at the Department of Justice. She also served as counsel in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division at DOJ. She began her DOJ career as an attorney in the Office... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Public Knowledge Large Conference Room 1818 N Street NW Washington, DC 20036

10:00am

All Geopolitics is Local: How States are Responding to Cyber Threats in the Digital Age
Limited Capacity seats available

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Recent reporting indicates that sophisticated adversaries, including Russia and Iran, are taking steps to “prep the battlefield” for a potential large-scale cyberattack on the United States. In such an instance, it is state and local officials across the country—not federal leaders in Washington—who would be on the frontlines. Although cyberattacks occur in the digital realm, their effects manifest physically, requiring a physical response. In the case of a high consequence, widespread attack on critical infrastructure, state and local involvement would be critical to response and recovery activities. States across the country recognize their indispensable role, and are taking steps to train the National Guard, engage the private sector, and create disruption response plans to prepare for the worst.

Speakers
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Col. Kenneth Donnelly

Louisiana National Guard
CM

Chetrice Mosley

Cybersecurity Program Director, State of Indiana
MG

Maj. Gen. Michael Stone

Michigan National Guard


Friday October 19, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
The Wilson Center - Flom Auditorium 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004

10:00am

New Nature by Marpi at ARTECHOUSE
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Save 10% off admission with promo code: cyberweek2018

Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
 
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.

Friday October 19, 2018 10:00am - 10:00pm
ARTECHOUSE 1238 Maryland Avenue SW Washington, DC 20024

11:15am

AFCEA DC Cybersecurity Luncheon
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Our monthly programs draw between 250-300 senior officers and IT professionals from across the Department of Defense, armed services, intelligence and civilian agencies to discuss topics of interest to the DOD IT community, ranging from IT networks to mobility to cybersecurity to UAS/sensors. The goal of our monthly events is to foster better joint warfighting communication, share best practices and lessons learned, and identify mission-critical information technology issues affecting the Department of Defense and military community.

Friday October 19, 2018 11:15am - 1:45pm
Army Navy Club 1700 Army Navy Dr, Arlington, VA 22202

6:30pm

CyberSecurity Sip & Socialize
Limited Capacity seats available

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Come join us for DC Cybersecurity Happy Hour. NETWORK WITH OTHER CYBER SECURITY LEADERS & INFLUENCERS IN THE GREATER D.C. REGION. Door prizes raffled at the end of the Happy Hour. We look forward to seeing you.

Friday October 19, 2018 6:30pm - 9:30pm
1942DC 1942 9th Street NW Washington, DC 20001
 

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