Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Is Your Insider Threat Program Up to Speed?

Start Date: 3/13/2018 7:30 AM EDT
End Date: 3/13/2018 10:00 AM EDT

Venue Name: Valo Park (formerly known as TEGNA/Gannett)

Location:
7950 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA  United States  22102

Organization Name: SECAF

Contact:
Julia Nelson
Email: info@secaf.org
Phone: 703-574-1117

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Member Forum: Is Your Insider Threat Program Up to Speed? 

FOR SECAF MEMBERS ONLY


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Valo Park (formerly known as TEGNA/Gannett)
7950 Jones Branch Dr, McLean, VA 22102

7:30 - 10:00am

On May 18, 2016, the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence issued NISPOM Change 2, which requires cleared contractors to establish and implement insider threat programs.  These programs must be consistent with Executive Order 13587 and the National Insider Threat Policy and Minimum Standards for Executive Branch Insider Threat Programs.  
 
Led by key figures in government Insider Threat policy and program offices, this panel will discuss the evolving development of insider threat programs within both government and contractor entities.  Panelists will explore the current framework of requirements, technologies, and processes being employed, as well as opportunities for small businesses to support innovations in this growing industry in the public sector.  
 
Moderator:  Rear Admiral (retired) David Simpson - Principal, Deep Water Point, FCC, DISA

Speakers:

  • Jacqueline Atiles - Department of State, Insider Threat Program Director
  • Michael Seage - Director, DoD Insider Threat Management Analysis Center (DITMAC)
  • Randy Trzeciak - currently holds a dual appointment between Heinz College and the CERT Program of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University

David Simpson has influenced National Defense and Homeland Security policy and provided cutting edge Information, Communications Technology and Cybersecurity solutions for over thirty years. Currently leading Pelorus Consulting Services, specializing in public safety, telecommunications, and Cybersecurity. He is also a Professor at Virginia Tech, integrating Cybersecurity Risk studies into Pamplin College of Business graduate degree programs. He previously served as Chief of the Federal Communications Commission’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau from 2013 to 2017. As Bureau Chief, he oversaw public safety, homeland security, emergency management, cybersecurity, and disaster preparedness activities for over 30,000 commercial companies in the telecommunications sector. He worked with public and private partners and through the rulemaking process to ensure that our nation's networks are accessible, reliable, resilient, and secure, ready to meet the public safety needs of Americans during emergencies.

Admiral Simpson served as the vice director of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) from 2011 to 2013. In that capacity, he helped lead an organization responsible for planning, developing and providing interoperable global communications for the Defense community. He also served as a senior delegate to the 2012 ITU World Radio Telecommunications Conference and to the World Conference on International Telecom (WCIT).

From 2009 through 2010, as Director for Communications and Information Services for U.S. Forces Iraq in Baghdad, he synchronized strategic and operational-level communications for U.S. Forces and assisted the Government of Iraq in building capacity for the information and communications technology sector. Simpson’s extensive career includes assignments with responsibility for networks, IT, and crisis communications for afloat and other deployed forces in the United States, Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America.

Simpson is a native of Burbank, California and a 1982 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He earned a master's degree in systems technology from the Naval Postgraduate School. Recipient of the Navy's Copernicus Award, Federal Computing Weekly's FED 100 Award and the Next Generation 911 Institute's 2017 Government Leader Award.

Jacqueline Atiles is the Insider Threat Program Director for the Department of State.  Ms. Atiles began her Civil Servant career as a 2003 Presidential Management Fellow, and has served the Bureau of Diplomatic Security in the following roles: Staff Assistant, Special Assistant, and Operations Coordinator for the Directorate of Security Infrastructure. In 2015, Ms. Atiles was recognized for her work on insider threat and honored as the Robert Bannerman Diplomatic Security Civil Servant of the Year.  Ms. Atiles holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, and a Juris Doctorate Degree from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University. She was Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review. Additionally, she is admitted to the bars of Illinois and the 7th Circuit.

Michael P. Seage is the Director, Defense Insider Threat Management and Analysis Center (DITMAC), Defense Security Service. Prior to this he served as the Chief, Counterintelligence Division and Insider Threat on the U.S. Army staff. He served thirty years on active duty and in the Reserves, culminating with his final assignment as Director, Intelligence Analysis and Production at U.S. Special Operations Command. He served multiple tours in the European, African, Latin American and Pacific Theaters. He deployed four times to Afghanistan, served in Operation Desert Storm and in Somalia. He served as the Chief, CI and Human Intelligence in Europe and South Korea at the joint and service levels. He also served as a senior CI staff officer with the Counterintelligence Field Activity and the Defense Intelligence Agency.

Randy Trzeciak is Technical Manager of CERT’s Enterprise Threat and Vulnerability Management Team and the Director of the CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute. Randy has over 27 years’ experience in a wide-range of topics including: insider threat, cybersecurity, software engineering, project management, information security, and database design, development, and maintenance.  In addition to his role with CERT, he also has a dual appointment as Program Director for the Masters of Science in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM) program and CERT professor at Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College, Graduate School of Information Systems and Management.   Randy holds an MS in Management from the University of Maryland and a BS in Management Information Systems and a BA in Business Administration from Geneva College.

Don't miss networking opportunities before and after the presentation.  Our speakers will be available for a brief one-on-one immediately before and/or following the event!

Cost:  $35 Register by March 8
$45 After March 8
Attire:  Business

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