RSA Conference 2018

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Speaking Sessions

Evidence-Based Security: The New Top Five Controls
Tuesday, April 17—3:30PM-4:15PM
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Most cybersecurity professionals know the CIS Top Five Critical Security Controls. Yet, the evidence that they are effective is slim. Using data on cyber-incidents, researchers looked at the attack paths used by adversaries and determined what controls could have disrupted these attack paths. The result is a new set of critical controls that organizations should implement on a priority basis.

 

Speaker:

Todd Inskeep—Director, Booz Allen Hamilton

 

Privacy as a Stakeholder: How to Get a Seat at the Table
Wednesday, April 18—8:00AM-8:45AM
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Should the privacy officer be involved in the development of your insider threat program? Should the communications department reach to the privacy office when they receive a media inquiry regarding an employee who was arrested over the weekend? Should the IT department have a privacy subject matter expert review the requirements for a new IT system they are planning to procure? Yes, yes and yes!

 

Speakers:

Liz Tribelli—Senior Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton

Chris Marsalis—Senior Privacy Program Manager, Tennesee Valley Authority

Learning from the Three-Ring Circus of NotPetya
Wednesday, April 18—9:15AM-10:00AM & Friday, April 20—11:30AM-12:15PM
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Several recent cyberattacks are characterized by something new: collateral damage. Older viruses like Melissa and I Love You, and even WannaCry had broad impact. NotPetya created significant impact for companies who weren’t directly impacted. Hear about the experiences of one CISO and company during the early days of NotPetya—and how those lessons apply to future attacks.

 

Speaker:

Todd Inskeep—Director, Booz Allen Hamilton

What Time Is It? How Manipulating “Now” Can Crash Our World
Wednesday, April 18—1:45PM-2:30PM
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Timing and synchronization technologies are an important component of next generation infrastructure such as 5G and connected vehicle deployments. Stricter sync requirements put these technologies at risk of becoming dependent on GPS for their timing. This talk will explore how protection and integrity of synchronization mechanisms will become a cost of doing business across any connected industry.

 

Speaker: 

Michael Calabro—Senior Lead Engineer, Booz Allen Hamilton

Cyber-Litigation 2018: Recent Cyber-Cases in Federal Courts and Agencies (Panel)
Thursday, April 19—9:15AM-10:00AM
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The lead briefer for DoD’s annual two-day update of key cases and appeals on cybersecurity and other IT/IP issues will provide functional rapid-fire summaries of critical aspects of these court and regulatory decisions impacting companies in the cybersecurity sector. No prior legal expertise required. Attendees will learn actionable issues and findings of recent—sometimes unpublished—cases.

 

Panelists:

Richard Aldrich—Cybersecurity Policy & Compliance Analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton

Professor Steve Black—Associate Dean for Strategy & Innovation, Texas Tech University School of Law

 

Moderator:

Julie Bowen—Senior Vice President and General Counsel, The MITRE Corporation

 

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