CISA and Cybersecurity in times of a Pandemic
Event submitted on Friday, May 15th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Security
- CXO Level
- Government USA
- Hacker Conference
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- Web Application Security
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This is a mega event – if you want to hear about Cybersecurity and the impact it can have (positive or negative) on COVID-19 then here’s your chance. I absolutely recommend this event – if you’re a senior InfoSec Professional then we’d encourage you to attend this virtual Cyber event.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, May 15th 2020, or created by us.
Join on May 20, 2020, for a Fireside Chat with Mr. Bryan Ware, Assistant Director for Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, U.S Department of Homeland Security #CISOMAGLIVE
Timing: 11:00 Hours EST | 20:30 Hours IST
Duration: 60 minutes
Topic Details: Over the past few months, malicious cyber actors have tried to exploit COVID19 fears to deliver malicious software and steal data.
The United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has relied on our well established and trusted collaboration with private industry and government partners both in the U.S. and internationally to reinforce, refine and resonate defensive cybersecurity technologies and capabilities for businesses, government, and public.
About the Speaker:
Bryan S. Ware serves as the Assistant Director for Cybersecurity for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). In this role, Mr. Ware leads CISA’s mission of protecting and strengthening the nation’s critical infrastructure against cyber threats.
Previously, Mr. Ware served as the DHS Assistant Secretary for Cyber, Infrastructure, and Resiliency Policy. In this role, Mr. Ware was responsible for leading DHS policy development in support of department-wide efforts to reduce national risks with a focus on critical infrastructure cybersecurity, federal network security, countering cyber-crime, and improving the security and resilience of the global cyber ecosystem, as well as national resilience initiatives that enhance Federal, State and local government and community preparedness and response capabilities.