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Insider Threat Workshop

August 15, 2013 @ 08:00 - 16:00 UTC-5

The Insider Threat Workshop is a one-day review of current trends in Insider Threat tactics and remediation steps of interest to managers and Cyber Security professionals. The workshop provides an overview of the current state of understanding of who the “insiders” are, how they operate, what motivates them and what threats they pose to information systems. The workshop will also address new approaches based on current technology, such as Cloud Computing and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and the threats they impose.  Technical papers and a mid-day panel of experts, including representatives from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL/Rome) will provide a wide-ranging discussion surface to engage most all areas of interest regarding the Insider Threat.  The output of this workshop will be used to update the 2007 “The Insider Threat to Information Systems” State of the Art Report (SOAR) published by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) under the Information Assurance Technology Analysis Center (IATAC) which has recently been merged into the Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC).

Agenda:

0800 – Registration and Badging, light pastries and coffee
0830 – Introduction and Overview

0845-0915 – Keynote for Insider Threat Panel/Conference – VIEW SLIDES
Bruce Gabrielson, PhD; CACI (Lead author of original report and consultant to DoD)

0915-0945 – Best Practices in Insider Threat Management – VIEW SLIDES
Randy Trzeciak, Director CMU Insider Threat Group

0945-1015 – BYOD/Cloud and the Insider Threat – VIEW SLIDES
Zbigniew Kalbarczyk, PhD., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

1015-1045 – Localized Encryption Groups (LEG) – VIEW SLIDES
Trent Brunson, AIS

1045-1100 – Break

1100-1215 – Panel Discussion
Trends in Insider Threat practice – what are the insider threat actors trying to do now?
Trends in Insider Threat defense – what are the defenders trying to do now?
Moderator: Michael Weir, Quanterion Solutions Incorporated
Panelists: Thomas “TJ” Vestal, AFRL/Rome
Bruce Gabrielson, CACI
Matthew Sweeney, SRC
Randy Trzeciak, Director CMU Insider Threat Group
James Henderson, Cyber Security-Information Assurance Program
Management/Counterespionage Training Course Instructor for TopSecretProtection.Com

1215-1330 – Lunch (provided) and informal discussion groups

1330-1400 – Insider Threat Current Events – the CIP Perspective – VIEW SLIDES
Mark Troutman, Ph.D., Center for Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security (CIP/HS) at the George Mason University
Paul Losiewicz, Ph.D., Quanterion Solutions Incorporated (Presenter)

1400-1430 – Next Generation Insider Threat – VIEW SLIDES
Richard Cook, AIS

1430-1500 – Cyber Behavior – Physical and Virtual: The Whole Person Insider Threat Analysis Paradigm – VIEW SLIDES
Matthew Sweeney, SRC

1500-1515 – Research Challenge Problems – VIEW SLIDES
Moderator: Paul Losiewicz, Ph.D., Quanterion Solutions Incorporated

1515-1600 – Final discussion/conclusion

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Presenters

Michael Weir
Michael Weir is currently working with Quanterion Solutions, Inc as a Senior Technical Advisor/Subject Matter Expert for the Cybersecurity and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC), and with the Griffiss Institute as the developer/facilitator for the AFRL-sponsored Machine Learning Bootcamp, a multi-month immersion program for AFRL engineers. Mr. Weir was previously the Director of the CSIAC, and before that the Chief of Communications and Information Systems at the Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS), Rome, New York. EADS is one of two NORAD/NORTHCOM air defense sectors in the Continental United States. He was responsible for setting up and maintaining the Sector's cyber posture during and after 9/11 and evolving the data/communication/sensor integration through the following decade. Mr. Weir has Bachelor's degrees in Music Performance and in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a Master's Degree in Information Systems, along with certifications in the cybersecurity domain.

Dr. Paul B. Losiewicz
Dr. Paul B. Losiewicz is Senior Scientific Advisor for the Cybersecurity and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC), a DoD information analysis center operated by Quanterion Solutions Incorporated for the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), Ft Belvoir, MD. He has over 30 years of DoD RDT&E experience, including R&D for Navy Special Warfare, Air Force Research Laboratory, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG). Dr. Losiewicz has two patents. Recent accomplishments include:
  • Presented “Data Sets for Autonomous Intelligent Cyber-defense Agent Research” at the 1st NATO-Industry workshop on Autonomous Cyber Defence, Cranfield University, UK in March 2019
  • Co-authorship of two papers on DoD Facilities Related Control Systems Cyber Security with Mr. Daryl Haegley, SECDEF Principle Cybersecurity Advisor, and one paper with Benoit LeBlanc and Sylvain Hourlier of L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique entitled “A Program for Effective and Secure Operations by Autonomous Agents and Human Operators in Communications-Constrained Tactical Environments”; ARL-SR-0395
  • Served on the NATO Research Task Group (RTG) IST-152 “Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defense and Resilience”, chaired by Dr. Alexander Kott, Army Research Laboratory Chief Scientist
  • Organized a DoD briefing Session on Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity for Department of Homeland Security at the Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group (ICSJWG) with representatives of OASD (E,I&E), INDO-PACOM and Sandia National Labs

Matt Sweeney

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Date:
August 15, 2013
Time:
08:00 - 16:00
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Organizer

CSIAC
Phone:
800-214-7921
Email:
info@csiac.org
Website:
https://www.csiac.org/

Venue

Griffiss Institute
725 Daedalian Drive
Rome, NY 13441 United States
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Phone:
(315) 838-1696
Website:
http://www.griffissinstitute.org/

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