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to 3 CPEs

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The 2021 ICIT Spring Briefing 

Think Tank Driven

Research & Education

 

This Briefing is Co-Chaired by ICIT and the Cyberspace Solarium Commission

an ICIT Fellow Program Member. 

ICT SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE:

THE WAY AHEAD

The ongoing Russian APT attack underscores the importance of “securing our national supply chains," but what does that mean?  What needs to be done, how can it be done and who needs to take action?

​The 2020 Cyberspace Solarium Commission (CSC) Report says “implement an information communications technology industrial base strategy to ensure more trusted supply chains and the availability of critical information communications technology (ICT)."  In today’s information-age, ICT is a critical transformative technology, enabling all other technologies and capabilities of our infrastructure sectors; our growing inter-connectivity simultaneously increases our attack surface.  How do we develop a risk-based-approach to maximize the benefits and minimize the risk?

​The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), in partnership with the Cyberspace Solarium Commission, (CSC) will host this year’s Spring Briefing on ICT/Cyber-Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM), bringing together policy and technical subject matter experts (SMEs) from the US Government (USG), industry and academia to discuss risk-based-approaches to secure our national supply chains: 

What are your sectors’ (eco-systems’) most critical components?  How deep do we go in the technology stack?  How far left do we go in the lifecycle/design process?  What tools and skills are available today and need to be developed for the future of “securing our national supply chains?"

Date/Time: Monday, March 18, 2021

Program Starts 11:00 a.m ET/ 8:00a.m. PST

The amount of attendees is limited.
Reserve your place today to secure a free pass.

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Think Tank Led Briefings & Intimate Collaboration

What Sets ICIT Briefings Apart?

  • Collaborative Workshops—Facilitate Meaningful and Actionable Content Delivery

  • Keynotes—Compelling and Well-Known Leaders in Cybersecurity

  • Expert-Led—Curated Panels of National Experts Deliver New and Relevant Content

  • What Works, What Doesn't Stories Mixing Leaders and the SMEs

  • Exchanges—Tackle the Hottest Topics in Cybersecurity

  • Virtual Networking Community—Great Content, and Lots of Networking

  • Consulting Corners—Watch and Learn from Solution Providers You Can Use

  • Efficient: 1/2 Day of  Content Rich Delivery from the Convenience of Your Remote Office

  • Continuing EducationParticipants can Earn up to 3 CPEs

Defending against today’s threats requires more than listening.  It requires actively engaging with experts and peers to discuss your challenges, share solutions, and build the relationships that are the key to long-term success.  ICIT, a non-profit cybersecurity think tank, has created an efficient and unique format for government and critical infrastructure leaders to learn from their peers and have structured dialogue to exchange information and share knowledge.

Curriculum Includes:

  •  Supply Chain Impacts of Automation and Migration

  •  Cloud Security Challenges and Supply Chain Risks

  •  Development Lifecycle

  •  Security Evaluation, Measurement, & Auditing

  •  Third-Party Risk Management

 
Co-Chaired by:

About ICIT

ICIT, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is America's Cybersecurity Think Tank providing objective advisory to the legislative community, federal agencies, and critical infrastructure leaders. Through original cutting-edge research, publications, and educational events, ICIT and its members are improving the resiliency of our nation's critical infrastructure sectors.

www.icitech.org  

About the Cyberspace Solarium Commission

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission (CSC) was established in the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 to "develop a consensus on a strategic approach to defending the United States in cyberspace against cyber attacks of significant consequences." The finished report was presented to the public on March 11, 2020. The William M. (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 reauthorized the Commission to collect and assess feedback on the analysis and recommendations contained within the final report, review the implementation of the recommendations contained within the final report, and completing the activities originally set forth for the Commission.

www.solarium.gov

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ICIT 2021 SPRING BRIEFING

FOR GENERAL QUESTIONS: catherine@icitech.org

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