State of Cybersecurity from the Federal CISOs

This time last year, President Barack Obama, delivered the first-ever presidential speech dedicated entirely to cybersecurity. In this speech, he proclaimed that the nation’s digital infrastructure should be considered a “strategic national asset.” The fact that those words were uttered by the President of the United States have cast a new light on the ongoing and pervasive risks that government, business, academic and personal users face in the digital world.

Please join Brightfly’s Managing Director of Research, Brandon Dunlap, as he moderates the latest in (ISC)2‘s ThinkT@nk series: “State of Cybersecurity from the Federal CISOs-A New Perspective.” This one hour online roundtable, based on the findings of (ISC)2‘s latest survey of the Government CISO community promises to be an enlightening event.

The live webcast is being held Thursday, May 6th, 2010 at 12:00pm EST/9:00am PST, and includes the following security luminaries on the panel:

  • Greg Garcia, President of Garcia Strategies, LLC
  • W. Hord Tipton, Executive Director & member of the Board of Directors (ISC)²
  • John N. Stewart, Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Cisco
  • Michael Castagna, Vice President of Corporate Information Security, Sallie Mae

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Greg Garcia
President
Garcia Strategies
LLC
W. Hord Tipton
Executive Director
and member of the
Board of Directors
(ISC)²
John N. Stewart
Vice President
and
Chief Security
Officer
Cisco
Micahel Castagna
Vice President
of Corporate
Information
Security
Sallie Mae
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One Response to “State of Cybersecurity from the Federal CISOs”

  1. T May 13, 2011 6:27 am
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    As a Federal CISO, I did not find much value in ISC’s report as their research did not encompass a large number of CISOs and included input from the private sector which of course would skew the findings from a federal perspective. Article was disappointing and lacking in a true perspective.

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