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This session will focus on the importance of international interoperability of cybersecurity standards and frameworks for policy, regulation, and legislative development. Through the adoption of a shared starting point for developing national cyber frameworks, countries can develop these policies and regulations in a way that allows for more seamless deployment and use of cybersecurity practices across countries.  This helps businesses across sectors to offer the latest solutions to markets across the world and allows countries to more easily take advantage of the digitization of services across sectors.  Additionally, this consistency better enables companies to integrate into security supply chains. In addition to discussing these themes at a high level, this session will highlight why ISO/IEC 27110 can serve as the shared starting point for cyber frameworks internationally. 

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Tuesday, May 25
 

8:30am EDT

Introductory Remarks
Speakers
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Alexander Niejelow

Senior Vice President for Cybersecurity Coordination and Advocacy, Mastercard
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Adam Sedgewick

Senior Information Technology Policy Advisor, NIST
Adam Sedgewick serves as Senior Information Technology Policy Advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, where he has worked since 2012. In this role, Adam advises NIST leadership on cybersecurity, privacy, and related issues.  In 2017, Adam served as Technology... Read More →
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Ari Schwartz

Managing Director of Cybersecurity Services, Venable LLP


Tuesday May 25, 2021 8:30am - 8:45am EDT

8:45am EDT

International Cybersecurity Risk Management: Promoting Interoperability through Standards and Frameworks
This session will focus on the importance of international interoperability of cybersecurity frameworks that underpin national cybersecurity policy, regulation, and legislative development. Though the adoption of a shared starting point for developing national cyber frameworks, countries can develop these policies and regulations in a way that allows for the seamless deployment of cybersecurity best practices across countries.  This helps businesses across sectors to offer the latest solutions to markets across the world and allows countries to quickly take advantage of secure offerings afforded by the digitization of services across sectors.  Additionally, this consistency better enables companies to integrate into security supply chains. In addition to discussing these themes at a high level, this session will highlight why ISO/IEC 27103 is best placed to serve as the shared starting point for cyber frameworks internationally.

Moderators
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John Banghart

Senior Director for Cybersecurity Services, Venable LLP
John Banghart leverages his significant federal government and private sector experience in cybersecurity to navigate issues related to risk management, government policy, standards and regulatory compliance, and incident management. He has successfully led efforts to address significant... Read More →

Speakers
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Ita O'Farrell

National Cyber Security Centre (Ireland)
Ita O’Farrell has over 30 years experience in IT/Engineering in both the Public and Private sector. She has worked as a Senior Systems Architect, Risk and Compliance Specialist and Data Scientist and currently works in the Irish NCSC with responsibility for overseeing the compliance... Read More →
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Amy Mahn

International Policy Specialist; Program Coordinator for the Cybersecurity Framework, NIST
Ms. Amy Mahn is an international policy specialist in the Applied Cybersecurity Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce. Amy is also a Program Coordinator for the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure... Read More →
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Mihoko Matsubara

Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation
Mihoko Matsubara is Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation, Tokyo, being responsible for cybersecurity thought leadership. She previously worked at the Japanese Ministry of Defense before her MA at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC... Read More →


Tuesday May 25, 2021 8:45am - 9:45am EDT

9:40am EDT

FIreside Chat
Moderators
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Jen Ellis

Vice President of Community and Public Affairs, Rapid7
Jen Ellis is the vice president of community and public affairs at Rapid7 and she works to advance cybersecurity by building productive collaboration between those in the security community and those operating outside it. She partners extensively with security researchers, technology... Read More →

Speakers
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Dr. Ian Levy

Technical Director, National Cyber Security Centre (UK)
Ian took up the post of Technical Director of the National Cyber Security Centre on 3 October 2016, prior to which he was Technical Director of Cyber Security and Resilience at GCHQ. As the UK Government's "chief cyber security geek", Ian leads on developing defences to manage cyber... Read More →
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Chris Painter

President, Global Forum on Cyber Expertise Foundation
Chris Painter is a globally recognized leader and expert on cybersecurity and cyber policy, Cyber Diplomacy and combatting cybercrime. He has been on the vanguard of U.S. and international cyber issues for over twenty five years—first as a prosecutor of some of the most high-profile... Read More →


Tuesday May 25, 2021 9:40am - 10:30am EDT
  • about Jen Ellis is the vice president of community and public affairs at Rapid7 and she works to advance cybersecurity by building productive collaboration between those in the security community and those operating outside it. She partners extensively with security researchers, technology providers and operators, and various government entities to drive greater understanding and awareness of cybersecurity challenges. She believes effective collaboration is our best path forward to reducing cybercrime and protecting consumers and businesses. Jen is a nonresident senior fellow of the Atlantic Council, sits on the boards of the Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law, I Am The Cavalry, and the Aerospace Village, and is a member of the board of advisors for the CyberPeace Institute and the Global Cyber Alliance. She has testified before U.S. Congress and spoken at numerous security or business conferences.
 
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