CyberScape: Data and Automation Security

CyberScape: Data and Automation Security

 
Data and Automation Security
Data and Automation Security
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AI can transform the way government captures and uses data. But federal agencies are still sitting on hoards of data that can provide immense value for helping to detect and thwart critical cybersecurity threats. This event will consider new strategies for capitalizing on data in the constant and everpresent need to keep systems secure quickly. 

Date
October 6, 2022
Time
11:00 am
Where
Virtual event
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Data and Automation Security

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Hear from Tony Plater, Acting CISO, Department of the Navy, on how federal agencies are using new technologies to improve productivity and efficiency while detecting new security threats and improving existing security responses. The keynote will discuss the best strategies for leveraging security data to strengthen federal cyber postures. 

Rob Thorne, CISO, ICE, discusses how automation tools can help cyber defenders improve incident response times. Learning from leaders how agencies are using automation and machine learning tools to process security data more quickly to improve risk analysis, learn from past incidents and prepare for future ones.

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

Michael Hoffman, President, GovCIO Media & Research

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Fireside Chat: Leveraging Data for Better Cybersecurity 

Federal agencies are using new technologies to improve productivity and efficiency while detecting new security threats and improving existing security responses. The keynote will discuss the best strategies for leveraging security data to strengthen federal cyber postures. 

  • Tony Plater, Acting CISO, Department of the Navy
  • Moderator: Kate Macri, Deputy Editor, GovCIO Media & Research
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Fireside Chat: Risk Analysis and Incident Response 

Automation tools can help cyber defenders improve incident response times. Learning from leaders how agencies are using automation and machine learning tools to process security data more quickly to improve risk analysis, learn from past incidents and prepare for future ones.

  • Rob Thorne, CISO, ICE
  • Moderator: Nikki Henderson, Staff Writer/Researcher, GovCIO Media & Research
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Closing Remarks

Michael Hoffman, President, GovCIO Media & Research

Featuring

 
Acting CISO, Department of the Navy

Rob Thorne is the Chief Information Security Officer for United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). His responsibilities include overall information security of the ICE IT enterprise, including protecting systems, networks, user access and ensuring ICE systems meet federal security mandates. He leads the ICE Security Operations Center and oversees the tactical and strategic approach for managing system risks through the ICE continuous monitoring program. In addition, Rob works closely with mission partners in support of the use of new technologies such as artificial intelligence and secure communications.  

Prior to joining ICE, Rob worked in leadership positions at several companies including Knowledge Consulting Group, Hewlett Packard (HP), and Electronic Data Systems (EDS). Notable is his time as the Director of the Federal Risk Management and Compliance Practice at HP where he supported and led a team of security and privacy consultants providing clients with information security risk and compliance assessments, privacy and security program management, security authorization services, security policy review and remediation, and security documentation and development.

Rob holds a Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University, a Master of Science degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University as well as professional credentials in security management.  He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

CISO, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

Michael Hoffman, President, GovCIO Media & Research

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Fireside Chat: Leveraging Data for Better Cybersecurity 

Federal agencies are using new technologies to improve productivity and efficiency while detecting new security threats and improving existing security responses. The keynote will discuss the best strategies for leveraging security data to strengthen federal cyber postures. 

  • Tony Plater, Acting CISO, Department of the Navy
  • Moderator: Kate Macri, Deputy Editor, GovCIO Media & Research
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Fireside Chat: Risk Analysis and Incident Response 

Automation tools can help cyber defenders improve incident response times. Learning from leaders how agencies are using automation and machine learning tools to process security data more quickly to improve risk analysis, learn from past incidents and prepare for future ones.

  • Rob Thorne, CISO, ICE
  • Moderator: Nikki Henderson, Staff Writer/Researcher, GovCIO Media & Research
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Closing Remarks

Michael Hoffman, President, GovCIO Media & Research

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