September 4, 2019
7:30 - 8:30 AM
Registration and Opening
NIST is developing the Open Security Controls Assessment Language (OSCAL) which is a set of models expressed in standard notations, offering machine-readable representations of information pertaining to the publication, implementation, and assessment of security and privacy controls. By promoting transparency and interoperability along with rigorous validation of data in context, OSCAL formats provide a foundation for automation and machine assistance of many tasks and activities related to systems security. OSCAL is being developed through a collaborative approach with the public. It is designed to improve system security planning, assessment, and monitoring, with a technology that is both user- and developer-friendly.
Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing, NIST
5 Minute Q&A
Visionary Panel: Cloud Working Group Project Teams
This panel will explore recent developments in the cloud computing space and how to drive mature IT practices using cloud technology. In addition, all 8 Cloud & Infrastructure Working Group Project Teams will be discussed during this panel.
Director, Enterprise Network Management, Department of State
CTO, SBA (invited)
Associate Chief Information Officer for Enterprise Infrastructure and Operations, GSA (invited)
Cloud Computing Program Manager, NIST (invited)
Director, SyNeRGy Laboratory, Virginia Tech (invited)
Moderator: Pete Tseronis
Founder/CEO, Dots and Bridges (invited)