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FISSEA 29th Annual Conference

29th Annual Conference

March 15-16, 2016

The Quest for the Un-hackable Human: The Power of Cybersecurity Awareness and Training

FISSEA Agenda with Presentation Links

Conference Program

Program focus:

  • Awareness, Training, Education, and Certification issues
  • New techniques for developing and conducting effective, meaningful training
  • Workforce development
  • Cybersecurity governance
  • IG Metrics
  • Internet of Things
  • Social networking - social media
  • Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM)
  • Training for the trainers

Attendees gain:

  • Big impact for low cost
  • Networking opportunities
  • New ideas from the Vendor and Federal Agency Exhibition (March 16)
  • See all entries in the Security Contest (posters, websites, newsletters, videos, motivational items) (deadline to submit extended to Feb 19)
  • FISSEA Educator of the Year announcement (submissions due March 2)

Who Should Attend:

  1. Information systems security professionals in the US and abroad
  2. Professional trainers and educators
  3. Managers responsible for information systems security training programs in Federal and state agencies
  4. Contractors providing awareness and training support to Federal agencies
  5. Faculty members of accredited educational institutions who are involved in information security training and education
Selected Presentations
March 21, 2016 Type
FISSEA 29th Annual Conference Agenda
Briefing
March 16, 2016 Type
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - We Have Met the Enemy
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Cyber Ethics
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - IG Metrics - Maturity Model and the New IG FISMA Assessment Approach
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Cyber Security - The Human Factor
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Awareness - An Anti-virus Program for Humans
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Raising Cybersecurity Awareness
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Adaptive Awareness Framework Resources
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Industry Challenges
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - General Deterrence Theory and the Individual
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Social Networking - Unsafe at Any Speed
Presentation
March 15, 2016 Type
11:00 AM - Digestible Bites of Cyber Security Awareness - Security Bytes, a Case Study
Presentation
8:00 AM - FISSEA 29th Annual Conference Agenda
Presentation
FISSEA ATE 2016 Contest Winners
Briefing
FISSEA 2016 Security Contest Winners
Briefing
FISSEA 29th Conference Program
Briefing
FISSEA 29th Conference Educator of the Year
Briefing
FISSEA 2016 Call for Presentations
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Attack Surface Reduction
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Adding Emotion to Training
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Prove it!
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - If We Build It, Will They Come?
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - IG Metrics - Maturity Model and the New IG FISMA Assessment Approach
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Privacy and Social Media
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Meaningful Training? Federal or a Private Sector Approach?
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Conflict Changing Curriculum
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Building Effective Cyber Resilience: Investing in Awareness and Behavior Change
Presentation
FISSEA 2016 Conference Presentation - Cybersecurity Shorts Short Cyber Training Videos for Todays Workforce (Departement of Veterans Affairs)
Presentation

Event Details

Starts: March 15, 2016 - 08:00 AM
Ends: March 16, 2016 - 04:55 PM

Format: In-person Type: Conference

Agenda

Audience Type: Government,Academia
Sponsors:

General
Peggy Himes
301-975-2489 
peggy.himes@nist.gov

Technical, Conference Chair:
Peggy Himes
301-975-2489

NIST Registration:
Karen Startsman
301-975-6602
Karen.startsman@nist.gov

NIST Conference Program Manager:
Mary Lou Norris
301-975-2002
Marylou.norris@nist.gov

FBC Registration/Billing:
George Hall
800-878-2940 X 208
George@fbcdb.com
Direct 240-841-2208

FBC Vendor and Federal Agency Exhibition
Lindsay Smith
240-841-2201
lindsay@fbcinc.com



Location

National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, Maryland

Created September 15, 2016, Updated December 09, 2016