Westgate Applied Cybersecurity Symposium

Monday, October 29 13598 East WestGate Drive
Odon, Indiana 47562
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM EST 0 Friday, October 26 REGISTER

Description

WestGate Applied Cybersecurity Symposium

0900 – 0910 Opening Remarks

0910 – 0940 Keynote Speaker -Leon Ravenna- Chief Information Security Officer - KAR

0940 – 1010 Plenary Session 1: Indiana and Cybersecurity Innovation - Scott Jones

1010 – 1020 Break

1020 – 1050 Plenary Session 2: Emerging Threats

1050 – 1115 Break

1115 – 1130 Address by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch

1150 – 1300 Lunch - Sponsored by Rofori

1300 - 1350 Panel – What Qualifications to Look for in an Employee/Vendor (Geanie Umberger, Walt Grudinski, Kirk Cerny, Will Dantzler)

Moderator: Douglas Rapp - Rofori

1400 – 1450 Session 1: Building a Roadmap to Better Security - Purdue MEP/TCC - Gene Jones

This presentation is designed to provide small businesses with activities that can be implemented to improve their information security. It is based upon the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Interagency Report 7621 and uses the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (the “Cybersecurity Framework”) to organize the processes and tools that you should consider to protect your information. This is not a one-time process, but a continual, on-going set of activities. Although the Cybersecurity Framework was originally developed specifically for critical infrastructure organizations, it has proven useful to a variety of audiences as it provides a simple, common language for helping organizations to identify, assess, and manage cybersecurity risks. The specific mitigation activities in this presentation are grouped into the five broad categories of the Cybersecurity Framework; Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.

1400 – 1450 Workshop 1: DFARS - Nate Rollins, Cummins

1500 – 1530 Session 2: Security, Risk and Privacy - Jillian Battle, Rofori

1530 – 1600 Session 3: Compliance and Small Business - Karen Bodach, BKD

1600 End

Audience: This event is targeting small to medium size businesses, government contractors, and others interested in applied cybersecurity and compliance solutions. Attendees will have the opportunity to leave with several products/solutions that they can immediately apply to there current business.

 

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