San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Government Technology & Services Coalition
& the InfraGard National Capital
Region Members Alliance
Focus on Public Private Sector Collaboration
Join GTSC and the InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance for a cyber program focused on the threats to the public and private sector. gram. Since Executive Order 13636 and PPD-21 were issued in February 2013, there has been a renewed focus on the challenges of security the nation's digital infrastructure. Most admit and understand that our cyber security relies on a strong and vital collaboration between industry and government -- whether that be the industry protecting our critical infrastructure or industry that provides the underpinning of our economy. Legislators on Capitol Hill are trying to determine how to streamline authorities and responsibilities and law enforcement and other agencies in the Federal government are grappling with preventing and mitigating the impacts of this threat. This session will discuss DHS' role in cyber security, how the private sector and Federal partners are communicating, what threats are at the forefront from cyber hackers, hostile nation states etc. and how we see future collaboration improving to fight these threats and protect our economy and infrastructure.
Keynote: Dr. Phyllis Schneck, Deputy Under Secretary for Cyber Security, NPPD, DHS
Dr. Phyllis Schneck, McAfee's former CTO and vice president of the global public sector, has been named deputy under secretary of cyber security for the National Protection and Programs Directorate at DHS. Join us to hear her priorities for cyber at NPPD!
Denise Anderson, National Council of Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs); Vice President, Financial Services-ISAC
Noel Due, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI - HQ, Cyber Division, Operation Clean Slate
Brian Finch, Partner, Global Security, Dickstein Shapiro LLP
John Harmon, Partner, Tactical Network Solutions
John Lainhart, CGEIT, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CIPP/G, CIPP/US Partner, Cybersecurity & Privacy, US Public Sector, IBM Global Business Services
James Mulvenon, Vice President, Defense Group Inc., Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis
Vipul Sharma, Vice President & CTO, Civil Government & Healthcare IT solutions, L-3 STRATIS
Trent Teyema, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI WFO, Criminal Division - Cyber Branch
Glenn Wood, Vice President, Technology, InfraGard Board & Co-Chair, Cyber SIG
About the InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance
The InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (INCRMA) consists of a growing membership of professionals who are creating a more resilient critical infrastructure in the Washington, DC metro area. These include defense industrial base, information technology, water supply systems, electrical energy, emergency services, law enforcement, health systems, transportation, banking, and telecommunications. Our membership is voluntary yet exclusive and is comprised of individuals from both the public and private sector. The main goal of INCRMA is to promote ongoing communication, education, and community outreach between the public and private sectors and the FBI. In doing so, information is shared, relationships are strengthened, and vital assets are protected. To learn more, visit us at www.infragard.org.
The National Geographic Museum is located a few blocks from the Farragut North Metro on the Metro’s Red Line. Make a left out of the L Street exit, walk one block, and make a left on 17th Street. The Museum will be on your right. Alternatively, take the Blue or Orange Lines to Farragut West. Make a right out of the Metro, turn left on 17th Street, walk two blocks, and the Museum is on the right. Visit the Metro website for more station information.
Metered parking is available on M, 17th, and 16th Streets (please check meter carefully for hours of operation). Nearby parking garages are located on 17th Street between M and L Streets.
When & Where
Government Technology & Services Coalition
The Government Technology & Services Coalition (GTSC) is a non-profit, non-partisan association of innovative, agile small and mid-size company CEOs that create, develop, and implement solutions for the Federal homeland and national security sector (DHS, DOD, ODNI, DOJ and DOS). These companies founded the Coalition to band together to confront their short and long-term challenges in the Federal market.
The GTSC’s mission is to provide exceptional advocacy, capacity building, partnership opportunities and marketing in the federal security space for small and mid-sized companies. To accomplish this we promote better dialogue with Congress and the Administration, provide clarification and representation on essential business issues, and work on behalf of the members on legislative and executive action that can impact their success. The GTSC was formed to give small and mid-sized companies access to an A-list of advocacy, advice and services. We build the relationships, alert our members to adverse activity and carry their voice to the nation’s decision makers.
CANCELLATION POLICY: We do not issue refunds or cancellations, however, we do accept substitutes if the orginal registrant cannot attend. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, it is sometimes necessary to postpone, cancel or change our meeting speakers, times or venues. GTSC makes every effort possible to assure that advertised speakers materialize, and we do not advertise speakers that have not confirmed with us. When events must be postponed please be assured that we constantly work to reschedule and that some agencies are more cooperative than others. In practice this means that all events are subject to change without notice, however we make every effort to let our members and community know of these changes as soon as feasible.
Thank you for working with us and understanding our constraints.
Government Technology & Services Coalition
2961 A Hunter Mill Road, Suite 617
Oakton, VA 22124