International Information Sharing Conference Day 2 Highlights
We are officially two weeks away from the inaugural International Information Sharing Conference (IISC) taking place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. October 31-November 1, 2017. Register today!
The conference itself will convene practitioners from small and midsize businesses to multi-national corporations, and from information sharing newcomers to well-established cybersecurity organizations—all in effort to grow the community, share best practices, hear from senior government officials, and introduce the latest in services and platforms to help organizations elevate security around the globe. Click here for a complete conference agenda.
Day two of the IISC is set to be just as action-packed as the first day of this unique event, which concludes National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Highlights include a presentation from Rick Lipsey, Deputy Director of the Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO SO), on The Evolution of the Information Sharing Community, followed by a “must not miss” talk from Dr. Greg White, Executive Director of the ISAO SO, about Trust within the Information Sharing Ecosystem. The afternoon sessions kick off with a keynote lunch from invited congressmen for a discourse on policy and cybersecurity information sharing.
Remember, there is NO COST for Government employees or Press to register for the event, and we’re offering discounts to all Academia and Students interested in attending the conference. Click here to register for the conference and to view a full agenda of speakers.
Attendees will choose from three afternoon sessions in each time slot:
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
The Benefits of Information Sharing moderated by David Turetsky, Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security & Cybersecurity, The University at Albany
Panelists include, Tom Duffy, Center for Internet Security; Robert Sheldon, CrowdStrike; and Carlos Kizzee, Defense Security Information Exchange (DSIE).
The Importance of Analysis in Building a National Cybersecurity Information Sharing Ecosystem presented by Bruce Bakis, MITRE; and Edward Wang, MITRE.
Integrating International Data Silos presented by William “Billy” Sokol, MarkLogic
2:45 PM – 3:45 PM
Lessons Learned in Starting an ISAO moderated by Natalie Sjelin, Director of Support, Information Sharing and Analysis Organization Standards Organization (ISAO SO)
Panelists include, Gene Fredriksen, National Credit Union ISAO; and Rachel Nyswander Thomas, Trustworthy Accountability Group.
Sharing Cybersecurity Analytics presented by John Wunder, MITRE
International Collaboration Opportunities presented by Stuart Murdoch, Surevine
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Managing Diversity Challenges in Cross-Sector Sharing moderated by Rich Struse, Chair, OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence Technical Committee
Panelists include, Jeff Brancato, Northeast Ohio Cyber Consortium; Michael Figueroa, Advanced Cyber Security Center; and Michael Semmens, National Cyber Exchange.
How to Launch a Cross-Sector Intelligence Exchange moderated by Paul Kurtz, TruSTAR Technology
Panelists include, Jeff Schmidt, Columbus Collaboratory; and Suzy Squier, Retail Cyber Intelligence Center (R-CISC)
The State and Local Information Sharing Experience moderated by John Gilligan, Center for Internet Security
Panelists include, Nick Sturgeon, Security Operation Center Director (formerly of the IN-ISAC), Pondurance.
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All speakers are subject to change.