The Future Directions of Cyber Security and Risk Management

SPEAKERS:
Honorable Theresa Grafenstine, Inspector General, United States House of Representatives
Dr. Ronald Ross, Senior Fellow, NIST

Join Dr. Ron Ross, Senior Computer Scientist and Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Honorable Theresa Grafenstine, the Inspector General of the U.S. House of Representatives as they lead an informal discussion on the future directions of cyber security and risk management within the federal government. Ms. Grafenstine will pose a series of probing questions to Dr. Ross ranging from security issues in cloud and mobile computing, the unified information security framework developed by NIST, The Department of Defense, and the Intelligence Community, the new privacy controls being incorporated into NIST’s special publication, insider threats, industrial control system security, the role of enterprise architecture in helping to secure organizations, and some of the cutting-edge standards and guidelines on the horizon that will help achieve increased levels of security and privacy in federal information systems. This interactive session involves a high level of audience participation in what promises to be a high-spirited discussion on many of the hot button cyber security and risk management issues of the day.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the future directions of cyber security and risk management within the federal government.
  • Obtain a more in-depth perspective about the unified information security framework being developed by NIST, DoD, and the Intelligence Community, and the role of enterprise architecture in helping to ensure federal agencies are more secure.

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