Crystal City, VA
The Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program (TSCP) is the only government-industry partnership specifically focused on designing solutions to address the most critical issues facing global industry: mitigating the compliance, complexity, cost and IT security risks inherent in large-scale, multi-national collaborative programs. In support of this mission, TSCP is proud to present the Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop, an opportunity for professional information sharing, and a vendor exhibition. The event is focused on secure collaboration among industry partners and their supply chain members, mitigating the risks of information security breaches, accelerating secure information sharing while reducing overall program costs.
Where Trust Begins: A Look at Trusted Computing and Security Automation in the Real World
Date: September 24, 2014
Time: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Crystal City – Jefferson Room
Speakers: Dr. Ludwin Fuchs, Asguard Networks; Michael Donovan, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett-Packard; Steve Hanna, Senior Principal, Infineon Technologies; Alec Brusilovsky, Manager Security Standardization, Interdigital Communications; Lisa Lorenzin, Principal Solution Architect, Juniper Networks; and John Fitzgerald, Chief Technical Officer, Wave Systems.
Abstract: The increasing numbers of attacks, malware, hacks and other threats are overwhelming traditional security solutions, many of which depend on “after the fact” approaches. But how can governments and enterprise build reliable, trusted services that won’t fall prey to these attacks? The TCG session will explain how industry standards can provide a solid trusted computing foundation and continuously secure this foundation with open security automation standards. Further, we’ll show how the latest standards are being applied to Industrial Control Systems security.
More Information: http://tscpworkshop.com
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