The TALK Cybersecurity Summit– June 14, 2019. Sponsored by:
Premier Event Sponsor:
KEY SPONSORS: Cybereason, Aspectx, & Cloudnexus
DATE: June 14, 2019, $45 Fee Covers Lunch and Appetizers at the Cocktail Hour
TIME: 8:30 AM, networking, 9 AM Keynote to 4:30PM.
LOCATION: Sullivan College of Technology and Design, Energy Technology Building, 3901 Atkinson Square Dr, Louisville, KY 40218
REGISTRATION: Available on Eventbrite
In the state of Kentucky the number of unfilled cybersecurity-related professional openings (http://cyberseek.org/heatmap.html), underscores the need for training and development in this technology category for all businesses, so the area’s tech council assembled a lineup of speakers to assist in addressing this issue for a full-day Cybersecurity Summit on June 14th, 2019 beginning at 8:30 AM. TALK, the Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky, will hold its annual day-long Cybersecurity Summit, in partnership, at Sullivan College of Technology and Design.
Several national speakers will present, including Keynote Klint Walker, Department of Homeland Security, Regional IV Cybersecurity Advisor.
Walker is the appointed Cyber Security Advisor for Region IV at the Department of Homeland Security which covers Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. With 17 years of Cyber Security experience in both the government and private sector, Walker provides expertise to assist critical infrastructure owners and operators to improve their cyber security posture. Additionally, he provides support and guidance for state, local, territorial and tribal government cyber security programs.
Walker has previously held positions as an Information Systems Security Officer for the Department of Health and Human Services and Chief Information Security Officer for the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).
*8:30 AM, Registration and Networking over Coffee
9 AM Keynote: Josh Chou, Cyber Architect, CyberReason. “What’s In Your Cyber War Kit: Protect, Defend & Respond Technology Categories & My Top Picks to Bake Into Your Plan”
10 AM: Knights at the Roundtable: “Finding the Right Answers to Today’s Cyber Resilience,”Klint Walker, Department of Homeland Security, Regional IV Cybersecurity Advisor will lead a panel discussion with different branches of local, state, and federal government. Other panelists include: James Meece, Chief Information Security Officer, Louisville Metro Government; and KY Department of Homeland Security Executive Director John W. “Doc” Holiday.
11 AM: “The Corporate Perspective: Scaling a Company Means Scaling To Combat Malware in a Big Wave” GE Appliance’s Own Team Leader Andrew Fazzone, C|EH, CFR, Senior Manager – SecOps Leader will give us a deep dive into what they’ve seen this year and how to attack malware better from inside.
Noon: Lunch & Networking – Deluxe Box Lunch Included In Registration
1 PM: “Working Through Cyber Awareness and Policy at the Office,” Presenter: Henry Vido, Program Director, Cyber Readiness Institute–A Working Session with The Cyber Readiness Institute, a TALK Partner (Curricula to Use)
2 PM: A World Café Session with The Audience on Timely Cybersecurity Concerns and Considerations, with Facilitators — President of Aspectx and Executive Director of TALK, Dawn Yankeelov, Jay Rollins, Owner of CloudNexus, and Da-Wyone Haynes, Aegon Global Technology Operations, Network Security Engineer.
3 PM: “Here’s Looking at the New Cyber Kid Everyone Says is A Star: Tapping Splunk to Stand Out.” A Panel discussion with key Splunk leaders and users in Louisville.
4:30 PM Cocktail Hour until 6:00 PM and then adjournment. Cash Bar. Appetizers Available.
Audience participation is expected to be up to 80 area tech professionals and other C-suite types seeking more engagement regarding cybersecurity. Register interest by emailing email@example.com. Official registration now open on Eventbrite
Lunch will be part of your $45 registration fee for purchase through June 13th online via Eventbrite or by email to Dawn Yankeelov, Executive Director of TALK and President of Aspectx. The cocktail hour will begin at 4:30 PM and be a cash bar with appetizers.
TALK is a tech council and active in advocacy issues regarding Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things in DC and within the state. More than 80 percent of all companies have experienced malware and cyber attack activity in 2016 nationwide.
• The purpose of the Cybersecurity Summit is to inform and educate the technology-specific business community as well as the general business community in the Kentuckiana area about issues regarding cybersecurity and cybersecurity policy as well as cyber workforce development. Cybercrime has jumped to the most reported economic crime in PWC’s Global Economic Crime Survey. The demand for cybersecurity experts is growing 12 times faster than the current U.S. job market, making cybersecurity one of the most highly sought-after careers in the country. 95% of all security breaches involve human error.
Goals and Objectives:
In this conference, we will cover the key elements of cybersecurity that all corporations travel. The federal government and its agencies involved in cybersecurity suggest these categories for action: identify, protect, detect, respond and recover.
(A) Explain and Overview the Landscape Regarding Cybersecurity for Area Business Leaders;
(B) Explain and Demonstrate Paths to using Cybersecurity-related Planning Documents available via the federal websites, in assessment, recovery, and strategic planning in this important area. (i.e. NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and other documents);
(C) Share Valued Resources Regarding Technology Toolkits and Corporations that assist in cybersecurity areas of interest, including vulnerability assessment;
(D) Provide Industry-Specific Case Studies of Interest from Speakers with Expertise in Industry for Takeaways on Next Steps (i.e. Banking, Healthcare, or other industry)
Connect with your local tech council—TALK (Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky) www.talklou.com Find us on Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter.
*We are a tech council, one of 50+ tech councils in North America, including Canada. Member of TECNA (Tech Councils of America and CompTIA).
*We are an independent, non-profit educational organization. A registered 501C3. Established officially April 22, 2014. First official meetup February 2013.
*Our mission: workforce development and economic development. We look to create opportunities for job growth, job training, STEAM curriculum, plus public policy and advocacy around technology subjects in DC.
*In short: Create and identify jobs. Train people.
Throughout the summer and fall 2016, TALK worked with area school administrators as well as the KY State Board of Education on getting the cyber education pathway (in high-school classrooms) from NICERC (federal agency) into the KY State of Education curricula for all school districts. This has occurred, and it is utilized in Jefferson County. This is for 9th-12th graders, and in Jefferson County looks to include a full “academy” model, which takes the students even deeper in cyber math and science and related principles. NICERC provides this federal curricula at no charge with some funding for classroom supplies and teacher training.