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ATARC 2022 Zero Trust Summit

August 9, 2022, 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM ET | Marriott Marquis, Washington DC

6.0 CPE Credits Available for this Event***

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7:30 AM

Registration   |    Breakfast

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8:30 AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Tom Suder

Tom Suder

Founder / CEO, ATARC

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8:30 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing

Sean Connelly

Sean Connelly

TIC Program Manager & Senior Cybersecurity Architect, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (invited)

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9:00 AM

Visionary Panel: Using Emerging Technologies to Strengthen Zero Trust Security

Emerging Technologies are evolving at a faster pace than ever before, especially as agencies aim to implement Zero Trust Security. Throughout the adoption and integration of Zero Trust principles into any cybersecurity strategy comes with many challenges and questions. Agencies must turn to emerging technologies to help with the adoption and integration process of Zero Trust.

Tune into this panel to hear from topic experts on the importance of emerging technologies while agencies are in the process of adopting and implementing Zero Trust Principles. In what ways do emerging technologies help this process? What best practices do these topic experts recommend when agencies are using emerging technologies to adopt and implement Zero Trust principles.

Jeffrey Anouilh

Jeffrey Anouilh

Chief Information Security Officer, Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, Executive Office of the President (invited)

Andrea D. Simpson

Andrea D. Simpson

Chief Information Security Officer, Information Technology, Office of the Managing Director, Federal Communications Commission (invited)

Ralph H. Mosios

Ralph H. Mosios

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Technology and Information Management, Office of the Chief Operating Officer, Federal Housing Finance Agency (invited)

Ryan A. Higgins

Ryan A. Higgins

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary, United States Department of Commerce (invited)

Andrew An-Chuan Chiang

Andrew An-Chuan Chiang

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Management, Office of Inspector General, United States Department of the Interior (invited)

Moderator: Jory Heckman

Moderator: Jory Heckman

Reporter, Federal News Network

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9:45 AM

Emerging Technology Tech Talk

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10:00 AM

Visionary Panel: Government Guidance on Zero Trust

To help Federal agencies convert their networks, systems and devices to a Zero Trust Security architecture, the White House has issued three new draft guidance documents. The documents, including the Federal Zero Trust Strategy from the Office of Management and Budget, and the Zero Trust Maturity Model and Cloud Security Technical Reference Architecture from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, are meant to provide agencies with a roadmap and resources required to sustain a multiyear push towards Zero Trust.

Listen in as topic experts dive into the Guidance, as well as the importance behind them. How will these guidance documents affect Zero Trust Security? Do these roadmaps present any challenges? How can agencies best leverage the guidance documents for successful security architecture implementation? 

Donna Bennett

Donna Bennett

Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Department of State (invited)

Gina Fisk

Gina Fisk

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Information Management, Office of Science, United States Department of Energy (invited)

Jonathan Feibus

Jonathan Feibus

Chief Information Security Officer and Deputy Director, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (invited)

Sandranette Moses

Sandranette Moses

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Information Technology, Economic Development Administration, United States Department of Commerce (invited)

Stephen Haselhorst

Stephen Haselhorst

Zero Trust Program Manager/Lead, Office of the Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Karim Said

Karim Said

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Headquarters Services, Office of Strategic Infrastructure, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (invited)

Moderator: Dave Nyczepir

Moderator: Dave Nyczepir

Tech Reporter, FedScoop

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10:45 AM

Emerging Technology Showcase

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11:00 AM

Visionary Panel: The Future of Zero Trust in the Federal Government

As the workforce has had to transition to teleworking, the importance of Zero Trust Security has skyrocketed. Zero Trust has become an enabler of the remote workforce and beyond. Zero Trust is better equipped to perform, and therefore better suited for aiding organizations maintaining a hybrid working model. This panel will focus on Zero Trust and how we need to be thinking differently about security, risk, and governance.

Listen in as topic experts explore the current status of Zero Trust, ways to strengthen Zero Trust, as well as what is in store for Zero Trust in the future. Where do these topic experts think Zero Trust can improve on? What best strategies will help improve on these issues?

Wenchun Jiang

Wenchun Jiang

Chief Information Security Officer, Information Technology Division, Office of the Staff Director, United States of America Federal Election Commission (invited)

Zachary Brown

Zachary Brown

Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (invited)

Angela Pompey

Angela Pompey

Chief Information Security Officer, Bureau of Labor Statistics (invited)

Togai Andrews

Togai Andrews

Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Information Officer Directorate, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, United States Department of the Treasury (invited)

Angel Phaneuf

Angel Phaneuf

Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Army Software Factory, U.S. Army Futures Command, United States Department of the Army (invited)

Moderator: Jason Miller

Moderator: Jason Miller

Executive Editor, Federal News Network

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11:45AM

Lunch   |   Emerging Technology Showcase

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12:45 PM

Visionary Keynote

Christopher J. DeRusha

Christopher J. DeRusha

Federal Chief Information Security Officer, Office of E-Government and Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President (invited)

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1:00 PM

Emerging Technology Tech Talk

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1:15 PM

Visionary Panel: Zero Trust and the Federal Identity-Centric Security Roadmap

In today’s digital world, identity is the new perimeter. To meet the access and usability demands of modern users, agencies are moving towards a more robust and comprehensive security posture that’s centered around the Zero Trust principle of “never trust, always verify.” This requires agencies to ensure the RIGHT people have access to the RIGHT data, at the RIGHT time, only when needed or contextual parameters are met. 

Tune into this panel to hear from topic experts as they explore how the Federal Identity-Centric Security Roadmap fits in with the advancement of Zero Trust Security. What does the concept of never trust, always verify mean? What are some best practices for verifying users in your network? What challenges have these topic experts experienced as they incorporate Zero Trust within their Federal Identity-Centric Security Roadmap? What solutions have these topic experts come up with? 

Dr. Greg Edwards

Dr. Greg Edwards

Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency (invited)

Jeremy Hyland

Jeremy Hyland

Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Department of Treasury (invited)

Kenneth W. Bible

Kenneth W. Bible

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, United States Department of Homeland Security (invited)

Garth A. White

Garth A. White

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Under Secretary, Science and Technology Directorate, United States Department of Homeland Security (invited)

Beau Houser

Beau Houser

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Information Security, United States Bureau of the Census, United States Department of Commerce (invited)

Moderator: Lamar Johnson

Moderator: Lamar Johnson

Tech Reporter, MeriTalk

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2:00 PM

Emerging Technology Showcase

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2:15 PM

Panel: ATARC Zero Trust Lab Experience

Through a unique collaboration between government and industry, since October of 2021 the ATARC Zero Trust Lab has operated as a showcase of technical architectures and hardware and software solutions to address the Zero Trust use cases as defined by CISA. This hardware and software evaluation environment aimed to create a unique space for Federal agencies to better assess software products. This automated, flexible demonstration platform aimed to enhance the ability to evaluate true cost of ownership by providing transparency into the products deployment process and multi-cloud capabilities.

Hear from the Lab participants and Federal agencies representatives about their experience in presenting or viewing available Zero Trust architecture solutions.

Gerald Caron

Gerald Caron

Assistant Inspector General/Chief Information Officer, Office of Management and Policy, Office of Inspector General, United States Department of Health and Human Services

Amy Hamilton

Amy Hamilton

Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Policy and Programs, Office of Cybersecurity and CISO, Office of the Chief Information Officer, United States Department of Energy (invited)

James L. Saunders

James L. Saunders

Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, United States Office of Personnel Management (invited)

Ross Foard

Ross Foard

ICAM Subject Matter Expert, Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, United States Department of Homeland Security (invited)

Moderator: Tom Suder

Moderator: Tom Suder

Founder/CEO, ATARC

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