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  • Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019
  • Time: 7:30AM - 12:20PM
  • Cost: FREE for Government Attendees
  • Location: The Hamilton Live
    600 14th St. NW
    Washington, DC 20005

Registration Now Open!

With cybersecurity at the forefront of urgent government IT issues and most federal agencies having some presence in the cloud, now is the time to consider if your agency is as cloud-secure as possible. Do you have full visibility of cloud assets? Automated security testing and remediation? Rapid mitigation of threats? How is the growth of IoT and other emerging technology complicating security plans?

This event brings together government and industry IT specialists to discuss innovative technologies and practices in cloud security and the challenges to getting there. We will discuss how to balance access against security, how to get a good return on investment, and the potential impact of the new Cloud Smart initiative. With speakers who are government and industry leaders in cloud security, other likely topics include:

  • Securing hybrid cloud and multicloud environments
  • Considering security in data rationalization for cloud migration
  • Factoring security into decisions about legacy systems
  • Meeting FedRAMP and Trusted Internet Connection requirements
  • Securing on-premise data and apps that integrate with public cloud
  • Integrating cloud into a broader security strategy

Featured Speakers:

 
  • Jason Callaway
  • Cloud Customer Engineer, Google
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    Jason Callaway serves as a Google Cloud Customer Engineer who specializes in helping national security users take advantage of cloud services. Prior to joining Google, Callaway founded the Fedora Red Team, an open source community that incubates defensive and offensive cybersecurity tooling. He also served as Red Hat's representative on the steering committee for the Eclipse Foundation's LocationTech working group.

    In addition to Red Hat, Callaway served in technical architect roles at Oracle, SGIS, GTSI and Lockheed Martin. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Hood College and Gaucher College. Callaway frequently blogs about cloud and security topics at https://blog.jasoncallaway.com.

  • Sanjay Gupta
  • Chief Technology Officer, Small Business Administration
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    Sanjay Gupta recently joined SBA from the private sector. Sanjay is a business driven, results oriented leader, adept at leveraging technology to innovate and deliver results quickly. He brings to SBA an exclusive combination of experiences as a CIO (Heidrick & Struggles, International Code Council, World Book), as a Managing Partner Consulting (Gartner), and as an Adjunct Research Analyst (IDC).

    Throughout his career, Sanjay has led business/IT transformations across industries. He brings extensive global experience across industries in areas such as IT Strategy, Innovation, Digital Transformation, Architecture, Cloud, Mobile, Strategic Sourcing, Vendor Management, Contracting, Cybersecurity, Agile Development and Open Source. He has authored over 20 research white papers focused on advice and guidance for CIOs/Boards. In addition, he is also a judge on the CIO 100 awards judging panel.

  • Kerry Long
  • Program Manager,
    Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)
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    Kerry Long is a Program Manager for the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), where he specializes in discovering and developing novel methods for securing the computational environments of users, especially user environments in the cloud. Immediately prior to his assignment at IARPA, he served as a Principal Cyber Security Engineer with MITRE’s Cyber Security Technical Center supporting DOD and IC clients. Mr. Long has also served as a Computer Scientist for the Army Research Laboratory and an Information Systems Security Engineer for NSA. He began his career in “Cyber” as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy.

    • Hayri Tarhan
    • Vice President, Security, Oracle Public Sector
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      Hayri Tarhan is the Vice President for Oracle Public Sector Security. He is responsible for sales, go-to-market strategy, and overall growth for Oracle’s security cloud services, systems management cloud services, identity and access management, and database security product lines in the US and Canadian government and higher education markets. Hayri helps government agencies across North America protect their most critical asset, their data. He and his team work extensively with customers as they design and evaluate solutions to secure and optimize their on-prem IT assets and workloads in Oracle & 3rd party cloud services. Previously, Hayri led sales engineering for Oracle’s North American Public Sector & Healthcare Security business. Hayri has been with Oracle since 1995. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

      7:30 - 8:30AM
      Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking    
      8:30 - 8:35AM
      Welcome and Opening Remarks
      8:35- 9:05AM
      Opening Government Keynote
      9:05 - 9:20AM
      Technology Insights I
      Jason Callaway
      Cloud Customer Engineer, Google
      9:20 - 9:50AM
      Government Case Study I
      Jeff Boleng
      Special Assistant for Software Acquisition,
      Department of Defense
      9:50 - 10:05AM
      Technology Insights II
      Hayri Tarhan
      Vice President, Security, Oracle Public Sector
      10:05 - 10:20AM
      Networking Break
      10:20 - 10:50AM
      From Adaptation to Innovation:
      Demanding More in Cloud Security
      Kerry Long
      Program Manager,
      Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)
      10:50 - 11:05AM
      Technology Insights III
      11:05 - 11:35AM
      The Added Value of Becoming Cloud-Centric:
      Aligning Regs, Agency Needs
      Sanjay Gupta
      Chief Technology Officer, Small Business Administration
      11:35 - 11:50AM
      Technology Insights IV
      11:50AM - 12:20PM
      Workshop
      To conclude the event, we invite attendees to share their own experiences with our speakers in this open session to discuss practical fixes to the challenges of cloud acquisition and management.
      12:20PM
      Closing Remarks

      The Hamilton Live, Washington D.C.

      Metro

      The Metro Center metro stop (red line) is 2 blocks away and the Federal Triangle Metro stop (orange/blue lines) is 4 blocks away, both within walking distance of the hotel.

      Parking

      Alternatively, there are public parking garages within walking distance at 1365 G St. and 607 14th St. Please note: Parking is not included with your registration.

      Please note: Parking is not included with your registration.

      CPE Credits Available

      3 CPE Credits are available for the FCW Workshop: Security Innovations in the Cloud

      In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.

      Program Level: Basic with no pre-requisites required

      Delivery Method: Group Live, Specialized Knowledge and Application, Registration # 137543

      1105 Media PSMG is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: www.learningmarket.org

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