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"Is your A&D Company part of the $500B CYBER Loss?" OC Chapter Mtg

The Aerospace & Defense Forum

Thursday, August 1, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (PDT)

Costa Mesa, CA

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"Is your A&D Company part of the  

 

$500B yearly CYBER loss?"

 

 

Panelists:

 

Bill Joll

President & CEO, ISC8

 

Stan Stahl, Ph.D.

President; Information Systems Security Association -

Los Angeles Chapter

President; Citadel Information Group

 
James Simmons
Director of Business Technology, Verify
   
Nelson Dong
Partner, Dorsey & Whitney
 
Moderator: Larry Ward 
Partner, Dorsey & Whitney

We live in a world where almost everything can be paid for electronically and where most of our communications with others are done electronically.  We also live in a world where there are persistent and sophisticated efforts by foreign companies (and foreign governments) to hack into U.S. corporate information technology systems.  The U.S. Government and its prime contractors are placing ever greater restrictions on what contractors and suppliers must do to protect information shared by and with the Government and those primes.  Aerospace and defense companies must work constantly to ensure their customers information is protected, that their own employees do not accidentally - or intentionally - divulge trade secrets and other intellectual property and that they meet the strict standards to work with the Government.

 

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.  

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Our Panelists 

 

 

Our Panelists

 

 

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. 

 

Joll holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba and is a co-author of a cyber security patent.

 

 

 

Dr. Stan Stahl is President of Citadel Information Group, an information security management services firm. Stahl is also President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association and is the architect of its Community Outreach Program to encourage collaboration between Los Angeles business and community leaders, technical IT professionals and the information security community. A pioneer in the field of information security, Stan began his career securing teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arsenal.  Dr. Stahl earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from The University of Michigan and spent nearly 15 years teaching university mathematics. He was recently appointed to the Industry Advisory Board of the Information Technology Program at the Viterbi School of Engineering at USC.
   

As the Director of the Business Technology at Verify, James Simmons is responsible for the organization's technology infrastructure and strategy, online supply chain management systems, and information/cyber security programs.  Prior to his role with Verify, he spent several years running the Information Management department of the U.S. Army's MRAP program in the Middle East, and over the past ten years has worked for some of the largest prime integrators in the U.S. market including Northrop Grumman, Boeing, and SAIC.  As the national focus on cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection has grown, James has become increasingly involved in this space, consulting with customers on cyber risks associated with their global supply chains and representing the issues and challenges of supply chain cybersecurity in the ongoing development of industry standards and frameworks. 

 

 
Nelson Dong is a Seattle-based partner in the international law firm of Dorsey & Whitney LLP and heads its National Security Law Group.  He is a technology lawyer and focuses particularly on export control, embargo and national or homeland security-related matters such as clearances before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and security clearances for defense contractors.  He is a current member of the President's Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration (PECSEA), the nation's highest advisory body on U.S. export control policy.  He was also a White House Fellow and U.S. Department of Justice official in the Carter Administration with substantial responsibilities for international and national security matters, and he later served as a federal prosecutor for white collar crime and international matters at the U.S. Attorney's office in Boston. He has served as a trustee of Stanford University.  In his law practice, he regularly advises both private and public universities, other research institutions, engineering societies and corporations across the nation on export control and national security matters

Larry Ward is a partner in the Corporate Group of Dorsey & Whitney. Larry concentrates his practice on U.S. export control matters, licensing and franchise and distribution law.

 

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. 
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Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Thursday, August 1, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (PDT)


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