Washington, DC, April 12, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Establishing and maintaining an effective and efficient insider threat program requires a multitude of capabilities working in tandem to tackle a human problem of malicious or non-malicious intent towards causing some level of harm to an organization; from effective program management and employee buy-in and training to employing the most efficient technical tool sets. There is no one singular solution, and yet all pieces of an insider threat program are as relevant as the next.
For this iteration, the topic areas will include:
1. Leadership considerations and perspectives towards implementing an effective insider threat program: tackling the ethical and workplace cultural challenges.
2. How to define, decide and deliver the core data for a continuous evaluation program: what does that look like from a programmatic viewpoint?
3. What external data sets are providing meaningful context for effective CE? Are there data sets proving effective as indicators and stressors? How do you establish a historical baseline for analysis?
4. What is the legal perspective towards accessing and monitoring various data sets? What’s currently acceptable, and where is the line towards privacy concerns and policy limitations?
5. Future considerations towards what open source data could/should be included in any continuous evaluation and monitoring process? Considerations towards ethical, technical and legal challenges.
ITA Executive Committee Member Mr. Jonathan McDonald, Executive Vice President, TransUnion will serve as Chairman with TransUnion senior leaders moderating their two panels during the morning.
Several speakers include:
- Mr. David M. Lowy, SES, Deputy Director of Security, Special Program Oversight and Information Protection, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (pending final approval)
- Mr. John Tigmo, Jr, SES, Deputy Director, Office of Security, Office of the Secretary, U. S. Department of Commerce
- Mr. Brian Dunbar, Assistant Director, Special Security Directorate, National Counterintelligence and Security Center, ODNI
- Mr. Michael Seage, Director, DoD Insider Threat Management Analysis Center (DITMAC)
- Mr. Timothy P. Murphy, President, Thomson Reuters Special Services, LLC (TRSS), former Deputy Director, FBI (Ret.) and ITA Executive Committee Member
- Ms. Sabeena R. Khanna, Director, Office of Insider Threat Program, Department of Energy
- Ms. Amy Apostol, Special Counsel, National Background Investigations Bureau
- Mr. Scott Mathews, Senior Privacy Advisor, Intelligence, DHS
- Mr. Brian Young, Senior Counsel, National Security Team Lead, Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties (OPCL), Department of Justice
The Summit is open to any U.S. citizen who is a stakeholder in preventing, detecting and mitigating insider threats. Seating is limited in order to allow for actionable discussion and dialogue amongst speaker and attendees, seating will be limited.
Registration is almost full. Register now to reserve your seat. Active military, government and State personnel attend complimentary.
Anyone interested in participating can visit Insider Threat Alliance’s website at https://insiderthreatalliance.org/events/ or contact Monica McKenzie at email@example.com, 1.917.435.1266.
Summit is closed to press / No recordings