Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity & Bringing Zero Trust to Industrial Control Systems
(ISC)² Long Island Presents,
“Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity
& Bringing Zero Trust to Industrial Control Systems”
On behalf of the board, please join us at our April meeting. This event will be a hybrid event, with both onsite, and remote attendance, via Teams. As a promotion, we encourage members to invite a guest at registration.
Additional details and registration information can be found at the “Register Now” link below. Members can get their promo codes by logging into the chapter website and going to their “My Page”. Sponsor promo codes have been previously distributed. Non-members can register for a nominal fee.
5:00 – 5:30 Onsite Registration & Networking
5:30 – 5:40 Welcome & Chapter Business
5:40 – 6:30 Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity
6:30 – 7:20 Bringing Zero Trust to Industrial Control Systems
7:20 Session Wrap-Up
Session 1 – Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity
Building a successful cybersecurity team is no longer optional. Cyberthreats evolve at a staggering pace, and even though cybersecurity is driven by technology, the cyberthreat is fundamentally a human problem. Consequently, hiring for the human element a crucial first step in building an effective cybersecurity operations team. Leeza Garber & Scott Olson will guide the audience through advanced hiring processes and focused on-boarding programs which allow C-suite executives and HR professionals to build unbeatable cybersecurity teams.
About the Speakers:
Leeza Garber is a cybersecurity and privacy attorney and consultant. She is an award-winning lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania’s The Wharton School and an adjunct law professor at Drexel University’s Kline School of Law. Leeza is an expert for televised national news (including Fox News, Fox Business, and The National Desk), providing insight on cybersecurity, privacy, social media, and technology. Leeza holds a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, a certificate in business and public policy from The Wharton School, and a B.A. cum laude from Bryn Mawr College. Garber coauthored Can. Trust. Will.: Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity with Scott Olson.
Scott Olson is the founder and CEO of GlenHaven International, LLC, a human resources advisory practice that provides training in leadership fundamentals and how to build high performance teams. He was an FBI agent for 21 years, serving as assistant special agent in charge of intelligence and counterintelligence and as the legal attaché in Baghdad, Iraq. Olson also created the FBI’s supervisor development program and is an FBI certified Interview and Interrogation Instructor. He holds a B.A. in History from the University of Washington and a J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law. Olson coauthored Can. Trust. Will.: Hiring for the Human Element in the New Age of Cybersecurity with Leeza Garber.
Session 2 – Bringing Zero Trust to Industrial Control Systems
As organizations integrate their Operational Technology with IT, they increase their attack surface. So far, most organizations take a piecemeal approach to protecting those ICS, SCADA, IIoT, or even IoT devices. This can address some problems but it wastes time and resources. In this talk, I’ll discuss using the zero trust architecture to guide your deployment of cybersecurity measures to cover OT along with IT.
About the Speaker:
Bill helps clients achieve an effective information security posture spanning endpoints, networks, servers, cloud, and the Internet of Things. This involves technology, policy, organizational design, and procedures; and influences the product lifecycle from acquisition or development through deployment, operations, maintenance, and replacement or retirement.
Starting as an application developer, Bill moved to OS development at IBM. He joined Gartner in 1990 and ran the Information Security and Application Integration and Middleware services. He served as CTO of Waveset, an IDM provider.
Bill has over 160 publications. He has spoken internationally on information security and technology. He has taught at Georgia Tech, and supports Trend Micro’s ISKF program.
Bill is an avid reader, chef, parent, and grandparent.