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Federal Computer Security Managers Forum Meeting - November 19, 2019

Presentations & Speakers at a Glance:

  • .govCAR: Threat-based Approach to Cybersecurity Architecture Reviews, Branko Bokan, DHS; 
  • Zero Trust Architecture 101: What it Means for Federal Agencies, Scott Rose, NIST;
  • Identifying Minimum Cybersecurity Features for IoT Devices used by the Federal Government, Michael Fagan, NIST.

NOTE:  FORUM MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO ONLY FEDERAL/STATE EMPLOYEES, HIGHER EDUCATION EMPLOYEES, AND THEIR DESIGNATED SUPPORT CONTRACTORS.  REGISTRANTS MUST USE A .GOV, .EDU, OR .MIL ADDRESS FOR SIGN-UP.  SUPPORT CONTRACTORS MUST INDICATE THE AGENCY OR ORGANIZATION THEY SUPPORT. 

The Federal Computer Security Program Managers Forum (the "Forum") is an informal group sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to promote the sharing of system security information among federal, state, and local government, and Higher Education employees. The Forum maintains an extensive e-mail list and holds quarterly meetings to discuss current issues and items of interest to those responsible for protecting non-national security systems.  For more information about the Forum and instructions on how to join, see: https://csrc.nist.gov/Projects/forum

The CEU Form is provided as a courtesy; it is the responsibility of the attendee to complete and submit the form to their certifying authority.

Selected Presentations
November 19, 2019 Type
9:00 AM Welcome and Announcements
Kaitlin Boeckl
Victoria Yan Pillitteri
victoria.yan@nist.gov
Opening Remarks
9:15 AM .govCAR: Threat Based Approach to Cybersecurity Architecture Reviews
Branko Bokan
Presentation
10:15 AM Zero Trust Architecture 101: What it Means for Federal Agencies
Scott Rose
Presentation
11:00 AM Identifying Minimum Cybersecurity Features for IoT Devices used by the Federal Government
Michael Fagan
Presentation

Event Details

Starts: November 19, 2019 - 09:00 AM EST
Ends: November 19, 2019 - 11:45 AM EST

Format: Both Type: Forum

Agenda Website

Attendance Type: Government and their contractors only
Audience Type: Government,Academia


Location

100 Bureau Drive
Gaithersburg, Maryland
(Heritage Room)

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: zero trust

Created November 19, 2018, Updated February 10, 2021