INSA Spring Symposium: Managing the Evolving Cyber Landscape
A strong, secure digital infrastructure is the backbone of U.S. political, economic, and societal strength. However, as new vulnerabilities are revealed and new cyber threats emerge, cybersecurity has become synonymous with national security. At the Tuesday, April 16 INSA Spring Symposium, Managing the Evolving Cyber Landscape, senior government, industry, and academic experts will examine the pressing issues at the nexus of cyber and national security.
Senior Director for Cybersecurity, National Security Council and Federal Chief Information Security Officer
Topic: Implementing the National and DOD Cyber Strategies
Executive Assistant Director of the Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Panel: Do we need a Digital Geneva Convention?
- BGen Dennis Crall, USMC, Deputy Principal Cyber Advisor, Office of the Secretary of Defense
- Amb. Robert Strayer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Cyber and International Communications Policy, U.S. Department of State
- Angela McKay, Senior Director for Cybersecurity Policy & Strategy, Microsoft
- Dr. Catherine Lotrionte, Brent Scowcroft Scholar, Atlantic Council
- Moderator – Robert Litt, Of Counsel, Morrison Foerster
Panel: Cyber R&D – Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computing, and National Security
- Dr. Stacey Dixon, Director, IARPA
- Joan Hoffmann, Member of Defense Science Board Task Force on Applications of Quantum Technologies; Program Manager, John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
- Peggy Styer, Managing Partner, Razor’s Edge Ventures
- Moderator – John Fant, Vice President of Space, Intelligence and Cyber, Peraton
Panel: Maximizing the Value of Cyber Threat Intelligence
- Tonya Ugoretz, Deputy Assistant Director for Intelligence, FBI Cyber Division
- A.J. Nash, Global Head of Cyber Intelligence, Symantec
- James Katavalos, Senior Vice President, Citi Cyber Intelligence Center, Citigroup
- Jared Ettinger, Cyber Intelligence Researcher at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
- Moderator – Fran Moore, Director for Intelligence, Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC)
Panel: National Security Implications of 5G Implementation
- Bill Evanina, Director, National Counterintelligence and Security Center, ODNI
- John Costello, Director, Office of Strategy, Policy, and Plans, DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
- Dr. James Lewis, Director, Technology Policy Program, Center for Strategy and International Studies
- John Nagengast, Executive Director for Strategic Initiatives, AT&T
Additional speakers to be announced.
NRECA/INSA Conference Center
4301 Wilson Blvd | Arlington, Virginia 22203
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