January 2018 Federal CISO Summit Report

March 2018
Topics: Cybersecurity, Government Agency Operations, Management, Network Security
Michael A. Aisenberg, The MITRE Corporation
R. Scott Paul, The MITRE Corporation
Nickyra M. Jackson, The MITRE Corporation
William Hill, The MITRE Corporation
Said A. Masoud, The MITRE Corporation
Brian McKenney, The MITRE Corporation
Dr. Mari J. Spina, The MITRE Corporation
Dr. Justin F. Brunelle, The MITRE Corporation
Tim Harvey, The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center
Tom Suder, The Advanced Technology Academic Research Center
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The Federal Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Summit includes a set of MITRE Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC) led Collaboration Sessions that afforded industry, government, academic, and Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) representatives an opportunity to collaborate, and discuss prominent challenge areas facing the CISO community. In some cases, potential solutions for key challenge areas were identified by session participants. The discussions were government focused with the objective of refining gaps, and identifying features of potential solutions or frameworks.

Participants representing government, industry, and academia addressed five challenge areas in federal security policy:

  1. Executive Orders
  2. Measuring Cybersecurity Success
  3. Closing the Skills Gap
  4. Managing in the Threat Environment
  5. Preparing for Technology Evolution

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