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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
 
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
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


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

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

8:45am

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
WD

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
YA

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

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

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
LB

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

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

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
 
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

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

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

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

6:30pm

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
 
Thursday, October 18
 

5:30pm

The Secure IoT Solution-Protecting IT and OT
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT,  YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.
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

6:00pm

Cybersecurity in the Public Sector
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

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
AS

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
ME

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 →
BS

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
JC

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 →
JF

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 →
TW

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
 
Friday, October 19
 

8:00am

Insider Threat Symposium & Expo
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, YOU MUST RSVP SEPARATELY.

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
 

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