CyberUSA will be held this year in San Antonio at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on January 30th. The NCCoE's Anne Townsend will be the moderating the Cyber Innovation: The Top 5 Cyber Threats to Your Region & How to Work Together for Prevention & Remediation, panel.
On January 25th at 10:15 am, the NCCoE's Zach Furness will join NIST’s Suzanne Lightman and representatives from Ford, Honda, the American Center for Mobility and John Hopkins’ Applied Physics Lab on a panel at this year's SAE Government/Industry Meeting to discuss issues surrounding Cybersecurity and Privacy.
Join us for a webinar on managing access rights and IT assets with NIST standards-based solutions. In this webinar, you will learn from NCCoE and Splunk experts how architectures can be implemented at your organization to improve your cybersecurity posture and how a robust data analytics platform plays a key role.
Join this informative webcast with Entrust Datacard, VMware, and guest presenters from the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at the National Institute of Standards and Technology on January 17 at 2pm. Learn how Federal Government Departments can use PIV Derived Credentials to ensure the security of information while accessing mobile based applications (email, VPN, web applications and more). Plus review your options for protecting digital identities through industry-leading, adaptable authentication solutions.
In this webinar, the NCCoE’s Bill Fisher will demonstrate their Mobile Application Single Sign-On project, a reference design that integrates FIDO multifactor authentication (MFA) with mobile single sign on (SSO) for native and web applications, designed to help reduce the number of credentials PSFR must juggle and decrease time spent on authentication.
Join us on Monday, November 13th from 10am to noon, to help kick off National Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week! Attendees will hear from experts on how the cybersecurity community can effectively reach and encourage more students to consider a future career in cybersecurity, and how to utilize career development strategies for college graduates seeking to land their first cybersecurity position or current workers transitioning into this exciting field!
Dave Weitzel and Julie Snyder, Cybersecurity Engineers at the NCCoE, and Josephine Long of the US Coast Guard will be speaking about Industry/Government Partnership: Cybersecurity through Development of a NIST CSF Profile with US Coast Guard during the session entitled NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Use & Deployment on Tuesday, November 7th at 10:40am.
Senior Cybersecurity Engineer Bill Newhouse will participate in a panel on "Build Omni-channel Fraud Strategies with Deep Entity Profiling & Automation" at RSA Charge on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 2:30pm to 3:15pm. The panel will discuss best practices to leverage these technologies to mitigate fraud more effectively while reducing end-user friction and operational costs and enabling omni-channel business growth.
NCCoE Security Engineer Jim McCarthy will lead the session titled "Convergence of Cybersecurity Situational Awareness Capabilities for the Energy Sector" at GridSecCon 2017 in St. Paul, MN. NCCoE engineers alongside former Department of Energy CTO Pete Tseronis, Eric Andersen and Mark Rice of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), and Mary-Ann Ibeziako and Don Hill of University of Maryland College Park, Engineering and Energy, will share their expertise on Situational Awareness and discuss the recently NIST Special Publication 1800-7 that uses commercially available products to explore the methods for energy providers to more readily detect and remediate anomalous conditions and investigate the chain of events that led to the anomalies.