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Cyber Defense in an Changing Cyberspace


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Learning Objective: Participants will partake in an interactive discussion with decisions-makers in the government, military and business sectors to understand how to handle current issues of finding talent, privacy, mitigating incidents, homeland security and defense. Participants will be able to gain better insight into how real cyber executive leadership defend and protect our nation in an ever-changing cyberspace.

At what point can security be seen to be completely covered? Most security executives want more, but are limited based on talent, funding, and capacity. But for our executive panel, the solution to security is even more complex. They counter various decisions that even when the smallest detail is missed it could cost more than anticipated.

At the end of this discussion, participants will be able to:

a. Gain the understanding on how cybersecurity is evolving within the in the government and military
b. Prepare those interested in getting into information security
c. Share success stories of securing our nation assets against threats

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Cyber Defense in an Changing Cyberspace

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  2. 2. CYBER 2.0 – CYBER DEFENSE IN A CONSTANTLY CHANGING ENVIRONMENT Name of Leaders of Session Moderators: Tony Starks, President & Chief Operations Officer, Starks Industries Sonia Kumar, Director, Cybersecurity Business Development Cybersecurity, Starks Industries Panelists: Renata Spinks, Cyber Technology Officer, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command Cynthia Miller, Chief Human Resources, Department of Defense Harry Wingo, Chair, Cyber Security Department, National Defense University “We must ensure the U.S. military’s ability to fight and win wars in any domain, including cyberspace… preempt, defeat, or deter malicious cyber activity targeting U.S. critical infrastructure that could cause a significant cyber incident… strengthen cyber capacity, expand combined cyberspace operations, and increase bi-directional information sharing.” – DOD Cyber Strategy
  3. 3. Cynthia Miller Chief, Human Resources Department of Defense Tony Starks President & COO Starks Industries Renata Spinks CTO U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command Harry Wingo Chair, Cyber Security Department National Defense University Sonia Kumar Director, Cyber Security Business Development Starks Industries CYBER 2.0 – CYBER DEFENSE IN A CONSTANTLY CHANGING ENVIRONMENT