CyberCon 2019



The past year has shown that some of the greatest threats that government may face will not come from other countries, but entities unburdened by borders or rule of law. CyberCon 2019 will bring together military, government and civilian agency leadership to look beyond the threat of these adversaries to the changes they must make to win the wars of the future. How can government agencies win the fight today and best prepare to be secure tomorrow?

Panel Topics

  • Cybersecurity supply chain risks
  • Enhancing the government’s cyber workforce
  • Mission Critical: What do agencies need today?
  • Assessing the human threat
  • What have we learned from international cyber events

Speaker and Presenter Information


Keynotes

 

David Luber
Executive Director, U.S. Cyber Command

 

John (Jack) W. Wilmer,
Deputy Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity and the Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Defense

 

 

Panelists

 

 

PANEL: 

CYBERSECURITY SUPPLY CHAIN RISKS 

 

Katie E. Arrington,
Chief Information Security Officer, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Department of Defense

 

Michele Iversen,
Director, Operations and Assessments, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense

 

Jon Boyens,
Acting Deputy Chief of the Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

Dan Smith,
Vice President, Homeland Security Division, Mission Solutions and Services Group, ManTech

Mark Pomerleau, (Moderator)

 

PANEL:

ENHANCING THE GOVERNMENT’S CYBER WORKFORCE

 

Jason Gray,
Chief Information Officer, Department of Education

 

Gary Washington,
Chief Information Officer, Department of Agriculture

 

Sean Plankey,
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Cybersecurity, Energry Security, and Emergency response

 

Rick Wagner,
President, Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions Group, Mantech

 

 

PANEL:

MISSION CRITICAL: WHAT DO AGENCIES NEED TODAY?

 

Maj. Gen. Thomas Murphy,
Director, Protecting Critical Technology Task Force, Office of the Secretary of Defense

 

José Arrieta,
Chief Information Officer, Department of Health and Human Services

 

Richard Naylor,
Senior Cyber Advisor and Deputy Director for CounterIntelligence (Cyber), Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA)

 

Joe Faraone,
Director,Federal Advisory Services Cybersecurity Practice, KPMG

 

 

PANEL:

ASSSESSING THE HUMAN THREAT

 

Dr. Brian Hermann,
Chief, Enterprise Services Development Division and Unified Capabilities Portfolio Manager, DISA

 

 

PANEL:

ATTACKS ABROAD: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED FROM INTERNATIONAL CYBER EVENTS 

 

Bill Lawrence,
Vice President and Chief Security Officer, North American Electric Reliability Corporation

 

Josh Burgess,
Technical Lead Threat Intelligence Advisor, CrowdStrike

 

 

PANEL: 
UNDERSTANDING THE “DEFEND FORWARD/PERSISTENT ENGAGEMENT” STRATEGY FOR CYBER WARFARE

 

Brandon Valeriano,
Chair of Armed Politics, Marine Corps University

 

Bob Ferrell,
Vice President of Public Sector Strategy, World Wide Technology

 

Expected Number of Attendees

300

Relevant Government Agencies

Air Force, Army, Navy & Marine Corps, DOD & Military, Dept of Commerce, Dept of Energy, Dept of Health & Human Services, Dept of Homeland Security, USPS, NASA, Coast Guard, Federal Government

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When
Tue, Nov 12, 2019, 7:30am - 5:00pm ET


Exhibit Dates
Tue, Nov 12, 2019


Where
Renaissance Arlington Capital View
2800 South Potomac Avenue
Arlington, VA 22202
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Website
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Event Sponsors

CrowdStrike, Envistacom, KPMG, ManTech, RedSeal, World Wide Technology


Organizer
Fifth Domain
Defense News, C4ISRNET


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