The focus on insider threat and industrial security standards, already laser-like in the wake of Snowden and workplace violence, has taken on even greater significance following the OPM data breach. What are the options for better protecting your organization and workforce? Join industry and government executives for a half-day exchange of ideas and solutions to explore:
- The evolving threat – Data theft, shifts in cultural norms, and how aggressive espionage are altering our perceptions of risk.
- More rigorous security requirements – The government, the financial sector and defense industry are implementing new standards and processes.
- Realistic strategies for mitigation – Evaluating your workforce and your security programs can reduce the chances of harm by malicious or careless insiders.
- Challenges to implementation – Your program must be a legal, defensible, transparent and supported by your workforce as well as your corporate leadership.
President & CEO, CSIS
Hosted by INSA’s Security Policy Reform Council, the symposium will feature an opening keynote from John Hamre, president and CEO of the Center for Strategic & International Studies, and three panel discussions moderated by security and insider threat experts David Buckley, Charles Phalen, and Doug Thomas, with a dynamic list of speakers from government, industry and academia to follow.