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U.S. Cybersecurity Regulation: Fact or Fiction?

As a result of the recent Executive Order, many U.S. federal agencies are trying to quickly determine next steps in their Zero Trust journey. And they are not alone.  Organizations around the globe are examining their Zero Trust strategies and wondering if this EO is a precursor for broader legislation and future regulations that could begin to add new layers of accountability to cybersecurity incidents.

During this keynote session, industry experts Art Coviello, former CEO of RSA Security and Mike Brown, Rear Admiral, United States Navy (retired), an authority on our nation’s cybersecurity strategy through this his leadership positions at the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security, will provide insight based on their experience on what to expect from the government, when to expect it, and how these changes will impact cybersecurity professionals.

 

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Art Coviello, former CEO of RSA Security

Mr. Coviello is a venture partner at Rally Ventures, LLC, a position he has held since May 2015 and sits on the board of SecZetta. From February 2011 to February 2015, Mr. Coviello served as executive chairman of RSA Security LLC. Mr. Coviello has served on the boards of directors of Synchrony Financial since November 2015. He previously served on the public company boards of directors of Gigamon, Inc. from April 2017 until its acquisition in December 2017 and EnerNOC, Inc. from June 2009 until its acquisition in August 2017. Mr. Coviello received a B.B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts.

 

Mike Brown, Rear Admiral, United States Navy (Retired)

During his 31-year naval career, he held significant leadership positions within the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. Brown’s last position on active duty was as the Director, Cybersecurity Coordination for DHS. He was responsible for increasing interdepartmental collaboration in strategic planning for the Nation’s cybersecurity for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. He also served as DHS Deputy Assistant Secretary, Cybersecurity and Communications, Acting Assistant Secretary, Cybersecurity and Communications and as the Assistant Deputy Director Joint Interagency Task Force for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Mike currently sits on the board of S3, a specialized cyber security and global technology consulting firm.

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U.S. Cybersecurity Regulation: Fact or Fiction?