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Theater 1:  Engage and Innovate
Location:  Exhibit Hall, front of 300 aisle
 

Session I, 8:15a.m. - 9:15a.m., Wednesday, 26 June

Cyber 101
(1 CEU - CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, CASP and 1 GIAC CMU)

Audio

Speaker:

Mr. Dominic A. Cussatt (confirmed)

Deputy Director Cybersecurity Policy

Office of the Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity

Department of Defense

Mr. Mark Nehmer (confirmed)

Division Chief

Risk Management/C4 Analysis & Strategy

U.S. Cyber Command

Synopsis: Presentation will focus on strategic updates to key DoD Cybersecurity policies and how they relate to new and updated Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) and National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) issuances and policies that enable the CYBERCOM mission. Presenters  will discuss how these policy updates are likely to affect DoD IT professionals’ every day activities and what will be expected of everyone going forward. 

 

Session II, 10:50a.m. - 11:50a.m., Wednesday, 26 June

Cyber Workforce

Presentation

Audio

Speaker:

Ms. Stephanie Keith (confirmed)

Risk Management Oversight Division, DIAP

Office of the Deputy CIO

Department of Defense

Synopsis: TBD

 

Session III, 1:15p.m. - 2:15p.m., Wednesday, 26 June

Pushing the Legal Barrier: How Far Can We Go Given the Present Infrastructure?

Audio

Moderator:

Ms. Christina Ayiotis, Esq. (confirmed)

Adjunct Faculty

George Washington University

Interview with Federal News Radio

Panelists:

Mr. Randy V. Sabett, J.D., CISSP (confirmed)

Counsel

ZwillGen PLLC

Mr. Stewart A. Baker, Esq. (confirmed)

Partner

Steptoe & Johnson LLP

Major Peter T. Beaudette, USAF (confirmed)

Chief, Operations Law

U.S. Cyber Command

Mr. Trent R. Teyema (confirmed)

Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Cyber Branch FBI Washington Field Office

U.S. Department of Justice

 

Synopsis: Will the law ever catch up with either technological change or the threat? Explore the complex, global, legal environment that lawyers navigate with this world class panel of practitioners and thought leaders.  

 

Attend this panel and learn about the:

  • State of "active defense" use by the U.S. Military and selected government contractors
  • State of "active defense" use by the private sector
  • Pending legislation that enables the private sector to move beyond passive defense
  • Privacy concerns that result from continuous monitoring of employees and networks (both in the public and private sectors)
 Be a part of the conversation shaping this new era of collaboration in a murky legal landscape.
 

Session IV, 8:30a.m. - 9:30a.m., Thursday, 27 June

Cyber Awareness and Education: Focus on the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE)

Presentation

Audio

Moderator:

Ms. Kathleen Cowles (confirmed)

Principal

Deep Water Point

Panelists:

Dr. Robert D. Childs (confirmed)

Chancellor, iCollege and

Deputy President for Cyber and Information

National Defense University

Ms. Kristina Dorville (confirmed)

Director of Cyber Awareness Programs, Stakeholder Engagement and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience (SECIR) Division

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Ms. Peggy Maxson (confirmed)

Director, National Cybersecurity Education Strategy

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Dr. Ernest McDuffie (confirmed)

Lead, National Initiatives for Cybersecurity Education

NIST

Mr. Marcus Sachs (confirmed)

Vice President for National Security Policy

Verizon

 

Synopsis: Since 2010, NICE, a White House Initiative led by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), partnering with over 20 Federal departments and agencies, and working with industry and academia throughout the nation, has worked on ways to create cybersecurity awareness and build a strong, competent, robust cybersecurity workforce throughout the nation.  In August 2012, NICE published the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework, a common lexicon for defining a cybersecurity professional, a foundation for all activities that promote the building of a cybersecurity workforce.  In February 2013, DHS went live with the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Studies (NICCS) portal.  A comprehensive implementation tool for the NICE initiative, the one-stop-shop public facing website for cybersecurity careers and studies.  Learn how this initiative and the tools of the initiative are supporting your work and how you can support one of the nation’s most pressing needs, by being part of this nationwide growth.

 

Session V, 11:45a.m. - 12:45p.m., Thursday, 27 June

Risk Analysis in an Era of BYOD

Audio

Moderator:

COL Scott Lathrop, USA, Ph.D. (confirmed)

U.S. Cyber Command

Panelists:

Mr. Curtis Arnold (confirmed)

Chief, Sustaining Base

Network Assurance Branch

U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL)

LTC Matthew Dunlop, USA, Ph. D. (confirmed)

U. S.  Army Cyber Command

Mr. Mark Nehmer (confirmed)

Division Chief

Risk Management/C4 Analysis & Strategy

U.S. Cyber Command

LTC Douglas E. Smalls, Army (confirmed)
Deputy Program Manager
DoD Mobility Enterprise

Zach Yarmolovich (confirmed)
Chief, Cybersecurity Strategy, Counterintelligence,

Defense Security Service

Synopsis: This panel will review mobile computing in the context of its unique performance, functionality, and security limitations when compared to typical static computing devices (e.g. desktop, laptop, or server). We will then explore mobile computing variants, such as wearable computing, which make policy discussions such as bring your own device (BYOD) rather interesting. The panel will conclude discussing how the uniqueness associated with mobile computing affects policy and risk management decisions.