"Is your A&D Company part of the
$500B yearly CYBER loss?"
President & CEO, ISC8
Stan Stahl, Ph.D.
President; Information Systems Security Association -
Los Angeles Chapter
President; Citadel Information Group
The panel will address cybersecurity challenges throughout the supply chain, challenges facing both integrators and suppliers. It will address the burden of doing business with multiple primes, each with their own standards, formats, guidelines and flowdown requirements. The panel will look at unique challenges faced by companies with classified and export-controlled work. Particular focus will be paid to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and incentives for companies that adopt it. The panelists will also provide best practices for information security management and other measures to ensure better awareness of human factors that can create vulnerability. Attendees should leave with a sense of how they can secure their own village in order to maintain best relations with customers.
After the initial panel presentationts there will be extensive opportunity for Q&A.
As president and chief executive officer of ISC8, Bill Joll is leading the company in its new mission to develop its extensive R&D technologies into commercial products addressing cyber security threats for the government and private enterprise markets globally. Joll joined ISC8 in 2010 with the goal of developing ISC8 into the leading provider of both cyber security solutions ideal for detecting nation state targeted attacks also known as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and Big Data Analytics for incident response and forensic investigations.
Joll has a long history of managing both large ($1 billion) and small (less than $100 million) companies. Before joining ISC8, Joll was president of Velocitude, an early stage mobile web services platform company. Prior to Velocitude as president and chief executive officer of On2 Technologies (advanced video compression technologies) he led the company to three consecutive years of 100% revenue growth. Prior to On2, Joll served as vice president of marketing for Real Networks, one of the first companies to focus on the management and sharing of digital media.
Joll has served as president and chief executive officer of a number of other start-ups, including Maple Optical Systems, and Threshold Networks, in addition to 18 years at Nortel Networks, during which he held numerous executive positions.
Larry advises clients on compliance matters related to U.S. export controls. He regularly represents clients before the Department of Commerce on matters involving the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the Department of State on matters involving the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Department of the Treasury on matters involving the embargoes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Larry counsels clients on regulatory issues associated with foreign investment in the United States, including reviews by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), foreign ownership, control and influence (FOCI) mitigation plans under the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) and export control due diligence in mergers and acquisitions. Larry also regularly drafts compliance programs regarding the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and trains clients in FCPA compliance obligations.
When & Where
The Aerospace & Defense Forum
The Aerospace & Defense Forum is a global aerospace and defense leadership community of over 1200 with six chapters providing opportunities for sharing of information, current events, and analysis, mutual support and encouragement, partnering, innovation, and performance breakthroughs.