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FISSEA’s 25th Annual Conference:
"A New Era in Cybersecurity Awareness, Training, and Education"

March 27 - 29, 2012

Presentations

Note: Most presentations are in PDF file format, there are six presentations that have been saved in the Powerpoint slide show (.ppsx) format and those links will be indicated by a ** before the title of presentation below.

TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012

8:45–9:00 am NIST Welcome –
Donna Dodson, Division Chief, Computer Security Division, and Deputy Cyber Security Advisor
Conference Welcome –
Patricia Toth, NIST, Conference Director

9:00–10:00 am Keynote Address: A New Era in Cybersecurity – What it Means for Practitioners. What it Means for Users -
VADM, Patricia Tracey, USN (ret), Vice President, Defense Industry & Development, HP Enterprise Services and
RADM Betsy Hight, USN (ret), Vice President, Cybersecurity Practice, HP Enterprise Services

10:15–11:00 am National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Update Panel –
Dr. Ernest McDuffie, Panel Chair, NIST;
   Rick Bauer, Cybersecurity Credentials Collaborative C3,
   Sheila McCoy, AFCEA;
   Chris Boyer, AT&T and NCSA

11:00–11:25 am The 21st Century Cybersecurity Workforce Framework
Margaret (Peggy) Maxson, Department of Homeland Security

11:25–11:45 am Customizing the Cybersecurity Workforce Framework for Federal Agencies -
Angela Guinn, Department of Veterans Affairs,
Keri Nusbaum, Department of Homeland Security,
Susan Hansche, Avaya Gov/Department of State

11:45–12:15 pm National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cybersecurity Workforce Inventory Program
Dr. Michael Koehler, Department of Homeland Security

1:15–1:45 pm Presentation of FISSEA Security Contest Winners and FISSEA Educator of the Year

  Track 1: The New Era
2:00-
2:25
pm
Leveraging Models from other Professions to Build a Holistic Cybersecurity Education Framework
Lance Hoffman, Ph.D., Costis Toregas, Ph.D.,
Diana Burley, Ph.D., The George Washington University
 
2:35-
3:00
pm
Entry-level Cyber Operations training development – Perspective of Cisco’s Job Task Analysis Process
James Risler, Learning@Cisco
 
3:15-
4:05
pm
Securing the Human: Building and Deploying an Effective Security Program –
Lance Spitzner, SANS
 
4:15-
4:40
pm
Social Media Security: Protecting Privacy
Srini Srinivasan, Texas A&M International University
 

 

  Track 2: Awareness, Training and Education
2:00-
2:25
pm
Retool Your Awareness Program to Target User Behavior
Shelly Tzoumas, U.S. House of Representatives and
Mike Murray, MAD Security
 
2:35-
3:00
pm
Impact of Security Awareness Training Components on Security Effectiveness
Karen Quagliata, Ph.D., University of Fairfax
 
3:15-
4:05
pm
 
Security: Don’t Forget The People!
Ronald Woerner, Bellevue University
 
4:15-
4:40
pm
K-12 Cybersecurity Education Programs –
Davina Pruitt-Mentle, ETPRO / CyberWatch
 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2012

8:45–9:00 am Welcome Day 2 Morning Announcements -
Announcers:
Track 1: Cheryl Seaman, NIH
Track 2: Gretchen Morris, DB Consulting/NASA

9:00–9:45 am Keynote Address: ** Use of Slogans, Images, and Characters in Federal Information Systems Security Education -
Neil E. Grunberg, Ph.D., Professor of Medical & Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU)

9:45–10:15 am Integrating NICE Framework, Assessment and Authorization, and Measurable Security Program Results
Dr. George Moore, Department of State

  Track 1: The New Era
10:40-
11:30
am
** Cyber Security, Compliance, Mobility, and Protecting Information
David Willson, Esq., Global Knowledge
 
11:35-
12:00
pm
Merger Mania: The Mash-up of Security Training at the Financial Management Service (FMS) and Bureau of the Public Debt (BPD)
David Kurtz, Treasury Department, Financial Management Service
 
1:30-
2:20
pm
Are We Heeding the Warning Signs? The Federal Cybersecurity Shortage and Skills Gap Panel
Marc Noble, (ISC)2 (moderator);
Corinne Cook, GIAC;
Ron Hale, ISACA;
Rick Bauer, CompTIA;
Dan Callahan, EC Council
 
2:40-
3:05
pm
Mitigating the Insider Threat: Building a Secure Workforce -
Tara Mahoutchian and Michael Gelles, Psy.D., Deloitte Consulting LLP
 
3:15-
4:05
pm
A "New" Paradigm; How Community Colleges are Meeting Cyber Workforce Training Needs –
Carrie Leary, Dr. Margaret Leary, and Costis Toregas, Ph.D., CyberWatch
 
4:15-
4:40
pm
** Smart Phone Security and Privacy: What Should We Teach our Users and How?
Dr. Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University/ Wombat Security Technologies, Inc.
 

 

  Track 2: Awareness, Training and Education
10:40-
11:30
am
Bringing Innovation to Security Training
Lance Kelson, Department of Interior and
Shari Hanscomb, DOI
 
11:35-
12:00
pm
USSTRATCOM Cyberspace Training Initiative User Awareness Pilot Program
Tim Kemper, USSTRATCOM
(To be presented by Liz Craven, USSTRATCOM / BAH)
 
1:30-
2:20
pm
Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) & Near Field Communication (NFC): Two New Threats –
Dr. Paul F. Krasley, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), National Security Agency (NSA), Unisys
 
2:40-
3:05
pm
Professionalization for the Nation
Angela Curry, National Cyber Security Division (NCSD), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
 
3:15-
4:05
pm
IT Competency Modeling: Linking the Right People to the Right Training
Terri Cinnamon, Office of Information Technology, Veterans Affairs and
Julie Wasielak, Booz Allen Hamilton
 
4:15-
4:40
pm
Study Results: Failure-Triggered Training Trumps Traditional Training
Sean Palka and Avi Siegel, Booz Allen Hamilton
 

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012

8:45–9:00 am Welcome Day 3 Morning Announcements
Announcers:
Track 1: Louis Numkin, FISSEA Life Member
Track 2: Rich Kurak, NASA

9:00–9:30 am ** Keynote – Digital Persona Protection -
Mark Loepker, Defense-wide IA Program (DIAP), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)

9:30–10:00 am ** IT Security Awareness- On a Budget
Joe Garrity, Library of Congress

  Track 1: The New Era
10:15-
11:05
am
Game-Changing Technologies for Cybersecurity Awareness and Training
Brenda Oldfield, Cypherpath LLC, Moderator;
Panelists:
Dr. Paulette Robinson, National Defense University College;
Dr. Daniel Laughlin, Morgan State University;
Mr. Alex Cohen, Department of Energy
 
11:15-
11:40
am
Cybersecurity on a Budget -
Angela Orebaugh, Booz Allen Hamilton, Panel Chair;
Robert E. Meyers, West Virginia University,
J. Burton Browning and W. Cameron Kirby, Brunswick Community College
 
1:30-
2:20
pm
The National Institute for Cybersecurity Studies (NICS) Portal: A Cybersecurity Resource Tool for the Nation -
Peggy Maxson, Department of Homeland Security
 
2:30-
2:55
pm
Workforce Management in a Continuous Monitoring Paradigm – How Our Organization Changed
Jaime Noble, U.S. Census Bureau and
Christian Neeley, Deloitte & Touche, LLP
 

 

  Track 2: Awareness, Training and Education
10:15-
11:05
am
** Leveraging Human Factors for Effective Security Training
Dr. Jason Hong, Carnegie Mellon University
 
11:15-
11:40
am
Using Free Resources from OnGuardOnline.gov for Awareness, Safety, and Security –
Andy Hasty, Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
 
1:30-
2:20
pm
 
FedRAMP and Cloud Initiatives and How They Impact Security Awareness and Training -
Warren Udy, Department of Energy (DOE)
 
2:30-
2:55
pm
Interagency Solutions: Federal Cybersecurity Training Event (FedCTE)/Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) –
Benjamin Scribner, Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
 

3:05 - 3:30 pm Education is Key to Understanding Cyberbullying and the Dangers of Social Networking Sites -
Dr. Karen Paullet, Edvancement Solutions

 




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