Our 6th Annual Counter-Insider Threat Symposium will bring together senior level officials from the US Government and Industry to discuss the evolving policies, operations, and technologies needed to move towards robust situational management in order to detect, deter and defend against insider risks.
As the threat landscape continues to expand so must insider threat program strategies, procedures and supporting technologies. From accounting for new and increased stressors on employees enhanced through the pandemic, the growing reach and sophistication of technical and social strategies of adversaries, expanding reach and scope of acts of economic espionage, to vulnerabilities with remote workforces, federal agencies and stakeholders need to ensure they are sharing best practices with one another in order to advance their respective insider threat programs.
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Further, insider threats programs will need to adapt in order to best support the "Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity" advancing Zero Trust Architecture. Finally, the recent release of NCSC's publication "Insider Threat Mitigation for U.S. Critical Infrastructure Entities: Guidelines from an Intelligence Perspective" supports the Administration's larger emphasis on these sectors, and developing robust insider threat programs is critical for their functional resiliency and reliability.
Whether you are a member of the federal government, industry or academia, join us in October for this collaborative discussion to help all stakeholders improve the robustness of counter insider threat programs across the government.
Our team specializes in the extensive research and development of our Symposiums' content and focus areas. We assemble key policy makers, leaders in human and technical analysis and respected security experts from a broad range of organizations and institutions. Our non-partisan approach allows us to reach across all services and organizations to bring together a truly holistic group of decision makers and solution providers.
Date: Aug 2, 2021
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