1st Annual Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit
- Science & Technology
- Apella, Event Space At Alexandria Center, New York NY
GEN Keith Alexander, Commander, USCYBERCOM and
Director, NSA Confirms as Keynote
GEN Keith Alexander, Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, Director of the NSA, and Chief of the Central Security Service has confirmed to keynote at Billington CyberSecurity's 4th Annual Cybersecurity Summit on Sept. 25, 2013 at the National Press Club in Wash., D.C.
GEN Keith B. Alexander
Commander, U.S. Cyber Command,
Director, National Security Agency,
Chief, Central Security Service (confirmed)
He will join a world class group of confirmed speakers including:
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The 4th Annual Cybersecurity Summit is the must attend cybersecurity summit of the Fall of 2013. In its three years, this summit has become the leading, independent, executive-level cybersecurity forum, drawing together a cross-section of Federal, military and industry leaders engaging in a intimate dialogue about the cyber threats facing our nation, and how the contracting community can partner with Federal decision-makers.
7:00 am – 8:00 am
Continental Breakfast, Registration and Networking
8:00 am – 8:10 am
Thomas K. Billington, Host, 4th Annual Billington Cybersecurity Summit
8:10 am – 9:10 am
General Keith B. Alexander, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command, Director, NSA, and Chief, Central Security Service (confirmed)
In this exclusive address, Gen. Keith Alexander, the leader of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, will chart the future priorities in cybersecurity and the emerging security threats. General Alexander has served as NSA Director since 2005 – longer than any NSA Director in history – and has been Commander of U.S. Cyber Command since 2010.
9:10 – 9:55 am
The Cyber Threat Landscape and Critical Infrastructure
* Moderator: Robert Bigman, President, 2BSecure (Former CISO, CIA)
* Dr. Edward G. Amoroso, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, AT&T Services, Inc. (confirmed)
*William Nelson, President and CEO, Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (confirmed);
* Charles Blauner, Global Head of Information Security, Citi (confirmed);
* Stuart Wagner, CISSP, CISM, Director, IT Security & Compliance Enterprise Products (a $42.5 billion oil and gas company)
With over 85% of critical infrastructure residing in the private sector, with Saudi Aramco cyber attack disabling 30,000 hard drives and the DDos attacks against US banks, widespread concern surrounds the cyber threats facing critical infrastructure in the U.S. What are the specific threats facing some of the most critical infrastructure? How are the threats and threat actors evolving post Snowden and Bradley Manning? What needs do critical infrastructure have that can be supplied by innovative cybersecurity products and services providers? In this enlightening panel, senior executives at four critical CI sectors will describe the threat landscape in their sectors: telecom, defense, oil and gas and finance.
9:55 – 10:15 am
10:15 – 10:40 am
Dr. Patrick Gallagher, Director, NIST, Under Secretary for Standards & Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce (confirmed)
In October, the month after the 4th Annual Cybersecurity Summit, NIST is scheduled to release a draft of its cybersecurity framework—a series of voluntary standards, best practices and guidelines aimed at reducing cybersecurity risks for critical infrastructure. Presidential Executive Order 13636 tasked NIST, which Dr. Patrick Gallagher leads, to develop this new cybersecurity framework. This puts Dr. Gallagher, who leads NIST, in the very center of shaping the future of cybersecurity in our country. Come hear him chart the future.
10:40 – 11:25
Cyber Information Sharing Within Government
Moderator: John Jolly, Vice President and General Manager, Cyber Systems, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (confirmed)
* Larry Zelvin, Director, National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, Department of Homeland Security (confirmed);
* Joseph Demarest, Assistant Director, Cyber Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation (confirmed);
* Anne Neuberger, Director, Commercial Solutions Center, National Security Agency/CSS (confirmed)
Information sharing between DHS, NSA and the FBI is crucially important for the cybersecurity of our country. Yet it is little understood. Attend this dynamic panel of government information sharing experts as they unveil how information sharing works, and what future needs they have. Hear from the Director of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC), the Assistant Director of the Cyber Divsision of the FBI (who oversees 600 employees dedicated to national security and criminal computer intrusions), and the Director of the NSA/CSS Commercial Solutions Center (NCSC) in a session moderated by a top cybersecurity Federal contractor. (The Chatham House Rule applies to this session.)
11:25 – 11:50 am
Debora A. Plunkett, Director, Information Assurance Directorate, National Security Agency (confirmed)
Ms. Plunkett oversees the Information Assurance (IA) Directorate at the NSA, which is the focal point for cybersecurity, cryptography, and information systems security for all national security systems. Specific responsibilities include research and development activities to generate IA techniques and solutions, ensuring the availability of IA products and solutions and understanding the threat to and vulnerability of national security systems.
11:50 – 1:00 pm
Sponsored by Northrop Grumman
1:00 - 1:30 pm
Michael Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and CybersecurityCoordinator, The White House (confirmed)
Mr. Michael Daniel leads the interagency development across the entire Federal government of national cybersecurity strategy and policy and he oversees the agencies’ implementation of those cybersecurity policies. Prior to coming to the National Security Staff, Mr. Daniel served for 17 years with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). From September 2001 to June 2012, he served as the Chief of the Intelligence Branch, National Security Division. Last month, Mr. Daniel in a White House blog cited 8 recommended cybersecurity incentives included cybersecurity insurance, grants, liability limitation, streamlined regulations and cybersecurity research.
1:30 – 2:20 pm
Cybersecurity and Continuous Monitoring
Moderator: Al Kinney, Director, Cybersecurity Capabilities, U.S. Public Sector, Hewlett Packard (confirmed)
* Jeffrey Eisensmith, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Homeland Security (confirmed);
* Dr. Ronald Ross, Fellow, National Institute of Standards & Technology (confirmed);
* Nicole Dean, Director of Cyber Programs, Raytheon (confirmed);
* Dr. Michael Papay, CISO, Northrop Grumman Information Systems (confirmed)
Continuous monitoring is fast replacing periodic certification of government information systems as the federal standard for information security, and DHS is planning to commit about $6 billion for continuous monitoring security tools to be used by federal, state and local agencies. In addition, by the end of this year, the OMB will update OMB Circular A-130, which was first crafted in 1980 to help agencies manage information resources, and will build on an earlier memo that encouraged agencies to develop continuous monitoring programs. Come hear government and industry leaders chart the future of continuous monitoring and what it portends for your organization.
2:20 – 3:05
Harnessing the Power of Big Data for Cybersecurity
Moderator: Anthony Di Bello, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Guidance Software (confirmed)
* Dr. Farnam Jahanian, Associate Director, Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering Directorates, National Science Foundation (confirmed);
* Adam Fuchs, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Sqrrl (confirmed);
* Paul Benda, Director, HSARPA, Office of Science & Technology, Department of Homeland Security (confirmed);
* Todd Myers, Lead Global Compute Architect, NGA (confirmed)
In a world of social media, mobility, web applications, and the Internet of things, the amount of data has exploded as the traditional cyber security model has eroded. Government and industry are finding highly unique ways to harness big data to improve effectiveness in cybersecurity. This panel will bring together top government officials from the Department of Homeland Security, the National Science Foundation and the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and industry experts. The Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA), the research and development arm within DHS’ Science and Technology Directorate, envisions leveraging the power of big data to identify more effectively individuals who may pose a security risk. Come hear the new frontiers of big data and cybersecurity.
3:05 – 3:25 pm
3:25 pm – 3:45 pm
EXCLUSIVE AND LIVE FROM MOSCOW: New, Major Cyber Threat to Be Announced
Eugene Kaspersky, CEO, Kaspersky Lab
Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a major, new cyber threat that is currently undergoing further analysis. In an electrifying address live from Moscow, Mr. Kaspersky plans to announce the new threat exclusively to attendees at the 4th Annual Cybersecurity Summit. Mr. Kaspersky runs the world’s largest privately held vendor of endpoint protection solutions operating in nearly 200 countries and territories and providing protection for over 300 million users worldwide. He will provide unique International perspectives.
3:45 pm – 4:35 pm
The New Breed: Next Generation Cybersecurity Technology Companies and Innovators
Moderator: Steve Bowsher, Executive Vice President and Managing Partner, In-Q-Tel (confirmed);
* Nathaniel C. “Nate” Fick, CEO, Endgame, Inc. (author One Bullet Away) (confirmed)
* Melanie Hildebrandt, Leader, Cybersecurity Practice, Palantir (confirmed)
Following Cisco’s $2.7 billion purchase of Sourcefire Inc., investor interest in cybersecurity has intensified. Where is the VC community looking for new investments in cybersecurity? What do leading edge cybersecurity “pure play” companies view as the latest threats and what tools and solutions are they developing? What’s the future of active defense? In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital arm, has invested in some of the country’s most cutting-edge cybersecurity products for use in the intelligence community and beyond. This panel of top executives explains the cutting-edge solutions most in demand among investors, customers and clients, the emerging cyber threats and critical insights you need to know about In-Q-Tel’s future investment strategies in cybersecurity.
4:35 – 5:05 pm
Roberta “Bobbie” Stempfley, Acting Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protections and Programs Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (confirmed)
Reach the primary cybersecurity decision-makers by sponsoring or exhibiting today for this summit today.
“The Summit was by farthe best cybersecurity conference that I have attended over the past four years. The range of speakers and panelists covered the most current information about threats, policy and approaches. The networking was exceptional.”
- Janice Mason, Trade Commissioner,
Canadian Embassy, on the 2012 Billington Cybersecurity Summit
Pictures from the 2012 Summit
Chris Inglis, Deputy Director, National Security Agency
Capacity Crowd, National Press Club
The National Press Club is located at 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045
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