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RSA Federal Summit Presented by ATARC

March 26, 2019 AgendaRegister

Continuing the tremendous momentum of the RSA Conference in San Francisco, ATARC will present the first annual RSA Federal Summit on March 26, 2019 at the Marriott Metro Center in Washington, D.C.

This educational, one-day event will feature hundreds of subject matter experts from the Federal Government discussing the latest tools, trends and techniques in Cybersecurity, including an outstanding program with over a dozen agency CISOs and security experts speaking and sitting on informative and interactive panels.

The event also includes the MITRE-ATARC Cybersecurity Collaboration Symposium, where government, academic and industry brainstorm and whiteboard a variety of security topics including CDM &; RMF: Complementary Roles in Agency Cybersecurity; Cybersecurity and Federal Data Protection; and Cybersecurity Threat Defense of the Future.

Grand Ballroom
Washington Marriott at Metro Center
775 12th St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
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5:00PM

RSA VIP Government-Only Reception 

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MARCH 26

Government Chair

Kevin Cox

Kevin Cox

DHS CDM Program Manager

Industry Chair

Joe Welsh

Joe Welsh

RSA RVP Public Sector Sales

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7:30AM

Registration and Opening of Cybersecurity Technology Showcase

Breakfast Sponsor

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8:00AM

Opening Remarks

Tom Suder

Tom Suder

ATARC Founder/President

Kevin Cox

Kevin Cox

DHS CDM Program Manager

Joe Welsh

Joe Welsh

RSA RVP Public Sector Sales

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8:30AM - 9:00AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing

Kevin Cox

Kevin Cox

DHS CDM Program Manager

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9:00AM - 10:00AM

Visionary Panel — Federal Cybersecurity Outlook for 2019

Cris Brown

Cris Brown

NRC Deputy CISO

Stacy Dawn

Stacy Dawn

EXIM CISO & CPO

Janet Vogel

Janet Vogel

HHS CISO

Jason Miller

Jason Miller

Federal News Network Executive Editor

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10:00AM - 10:30AM

Break in Cybersecurity Technology Showcase

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10:30AM - 11:30AM

Visionary Panel — Cybersecurity in the DoD and IC

Christopher Brown

Christopher Brown

NGA Deputy CISO

Frank Konieczny

Frank Konieczny

Air Force CTO

Aaron Boyd

Aaron Boyd

Nextgov Senior Editor for Technology and Events

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11:30AM - 1:15PM

Lunch / Break in Cybersecurity Technology Showcase

Lunch Sponsor

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1:15PM - 1:55PM

Fed Times Fireside Chat

Ron Ross

Ron Ross

NIST Fellow

Jill Aitoro

Jill Aitoro

Federal Times Executive Editor

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1:55PM - 2:00PM

Logistics for MITRE-ATARC Cybersecurity Collaboration Symposium

Mari Spina

Mari Spina

MITRE Cybersecurity Engineer

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2:00PM - 4:00PM

Visionary Panel and Collaboration Session 1 — CDM & RMF: Complementary Roles in Agency Cybersecurity

The DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program is a dynamic approach to fortifying the cybersecurity of government networks and systems, while the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) provides organizations with a holistic, risk-based approach to categorizing information and information systems, selecting and implementing appropriate security controls for an information system, assessing the effectiveness of the security controls (initially and via continuous monitoring), and authorizing the information system to operate. This panel and subsequent collaboration session will discuss the synergies between the two programs as well as other related cybersecurity policy and programs.

Kevin Cox

Kevin Cox

DHS CDM Program Manager

Christopher Lavergne

Christopher Lavergne

CGI Lead Integration Manager, CDM DEFEND Group C

Marshall Kuypers

Marshall Kuypers

Expanse Senior Director of Cyber Risk

Omar Rafik

Omar Rafik

Solarwinds Senior Sales Engineer

Scott Paul

Scott Paul

MITRE Network Security Engineer

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2:00PM - 4:00PM

Visionary Panel and Collaboration Session 2 — Cybersecurity and Federal Data Protection

As the amount of government data expands exponentially, how are Federal agencies protecting this crucial information from our adversaries? This panel and subsequent collaboration session will discuss the protection of key government data and examine the policies and procedures, as well as tools and techniques necessary to safeguard the systems and data of our country.

Michele Thomas

Michele Thomas

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration CISO

Stephen Kovac

Stephen Kovac

ZScaler Vice President of Global Government and Compliance

Anhad Singh

Anhad Singh

Dataguise Technical Lead / Enterprise Architect

Dr. Charles Li

Dr. Charles Li

Unisys Director of Cybersecurity Solutions and Artificial Intelligence

David Weitzel

David Weitzel

MITRE Policy & Standards Principal, Compliance Officer, National Cybersecurity FFRDC

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2:00PM - 4:00PM

Visionary Panel and Collaboration Session 3 — Cybersecurity Threat Defense of the Future

As our adversaries become more proficient in their cyber attacks, how will the Federal government protect the nation in the future? This panel and subsequent collaboration session will examine the tactics and technology required to safeguard the country and discuss the roadmap for future cybersecurity threat defense.

Matthew Scholl

Matthew Scholl

NIST Deputy Division Chief, Computer Security Division

Bobbie Stempfley

Bobbie Stempfley

Carnegie Mellon University Director, CERT Division, SEI

Joe Lin

Joe Lin

Expanse Senior Director, Technical and Professional Services

Dan Conrad

Dan Conrad

Quest Federal CTO

Lou Giglio

Lou Giglio

CheckPoint Director, US Defense and IC Sales

Chris Medina

Chris Medina

Proofpoint Federal Engineering Manager

Derek Weeks

Derek Weeks

Sonatype VP and DevOps Advocate

Merrick Watchorn

Merrick Watchorn

ManTech Sr. Executive Director

Don Faatz

Don Faatz

MITRE Cybersecurity Architect

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4:30PM - 6:00PM

RSA Networking Reception

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