CISC Executive Session
Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Place: Conference Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
RSVP: Required with the form further down on this page
Description: The Cyber & Information Security Consortium's Spring Event for cybersecurity executives will be held on the registration day prior to the CISR Conference at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Audience: Executives and IT directors are invited to attend. While CISC plans to have small business and practitioner oriented events in the future, the agenda content has been created to add value to the c-suite level executives.
Cost: There is no cost to attend but reservations are required due to security requirements to enter the national lab.
Registration: Please fill out the form below. Contact Nicole with questions.
CISR Conference Info: Optional: CISC meeting attendees are invited to attend ORNL’s 12th Annual CISR Conference that begins with an opening reception after the CISC workshop. It includes two full days of sessions, research paper presentations, a conference banquet, vendor interaction, and networking. The first full day features a technology showcase, while the second will include technology demonstrations of eight licensable technologies by the Department of Homeland Security. To register for the CISR conference, click here. Registration closes on March 31.
Reception Invite: While this meeting is separate from the CISR Conference, CISC event attendees are invited to attend the Conference Reception held from 6:00-8:00 p.m at the DoubleTree Hotel.
Peer Forum Cultivation / Structured Networking
An integral part of CISC's mission is to design, develop, and facilitate an Executive Peer Forum. Peer forum expert Bob Halperin will be facilitating a peer session via live video feed. You will hear about the value and process of peer forums as well as participate in a sample forum.
Corporate Governance and Cybersecurity
Stuart N. Brotman, distinguished endowed professor at the University of Tennessee and a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution will speak and lead a discussion on how to navigate the boardroom from a cyber perspective.
Panel: Industry Strategic Attack Response & Defense Trends
Fred Cobb, Sword & Shield Enterprise Security – Healthcare
Travis Howerton, Consolidated Nuclear Security – Government
Bob Jackson, Sedgwick Claims Management Services – Financial Services Industry
Tony Rucci, Information International Associates – eCommerce/Cross Platform Vulnerabilities