Veterans Reception and November Chapter Meeting – Cloud Security and Forensics in an Interconnected World
INCOSE WMA would like to say Thank You to our active service members and veterans during the November Chapter Meeting Main Location. A number of FREE tickets are available for active service members and veterans in the registration page. Feel free to wear your uniform and medals, if you like.
Co-Chair of NIST Cloud Computing Security and Cloud Computing Forensic Science Working Groups Dr. Michaela Iorga will be presenting “Cloud Security and Forensics in an Interconnected World”. The presentation will take place at McCormick & Schmick’s in Tysons Corner, VA. The presentation will start at 7:00 pm with social hour starting earlier at some locations.
Title: Cloud Security and Forensics in an Interconnected World
Presenter: Dr. Michaela Iorga
Date: Wednesday November 9th, 2016
Time: 6:30pm – 7:00 pm (Veterans Reception at Main Location) | 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (Meeting Presentation/Q&A)
Cost: $15 at Main Location, Free at Satellite Locations
Main Location: McCormick and Schmick’s, 8484 Westpark Dr., Tysons Corner, VA
Satellite Locations: Chantilly, VA; Fairfax, VA; and Washington, DC
Main – Tysons Corner
Social hour starts at 6:00 pm. The presentation starts at 7:00 pm. $15 for INCOSE members, $20 for non-members, and $10 for students.
Satellite – Chantilly, VA (hosted by Vencore)
The presentation starts at 7:00 pm. Free for INCOSE members and non-members. U.S. citizens only.
Satellite – Fairfax, VA (hosted by George Mason University)
Social hour starts at 6:00 pm. The presentation starts at 7:00 pm. Free for INCOSE members and non-members ($3 per hour charge to park).
Satellite – Washington, DC (hosted by Noblis)
Social hour starts at 5:30 pm at the After Hours Bar (in the building). The presentation starts at 7:00 pm. Free for INCOSE members and non-members. U.S. citizens only.
Abstract, and Bio
Abstract: In an interconnected world, with an alarmingly increasing number of medical devices, cars, refrigerators or other “Things’ connecting to the Internet, the cyber threats are becoming more complex, more persistent and harder to detect. Due to our thirst for new, advanced technology, we risk to create systems that provide cutting-edge technical solutions much faster than we can provide security and privacy measures. Creating a future that is more resilient as we put our lives online and shift more and more our technology to virtualized worlds, clouds, fogs and smart cities, we need to invest into securing our lives and our assets. In this presentation we will look at few key aspects of cloud security and forensics as addressed by NIST, in an effort of supporting US Government agencies in fulfilling their missions.
Bio: Dr. Michaela Iorga is the Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Co-chair of NIST Cloud Computing Security and Cloud Computing Forensic Science Working Groups. Michaela is a recognized expert in cloud computing, information security risk assessment, information assurance and ad-hoc mobile networks. She has an extensive knowledge base in the development of complex security architectures and a deep understanding of security, privacy and identity and credential management issues in the cyberspace – an expertise she gained while serving, in different roles, government, academia and private sectors. In her role at NIST, Dr. Iorga promotes American innovation and industrial competitiveness by working with industry, academia, and other government stakeholders to develop and disseminate vendor-neutral cybersecurity standards and guidelines that meet national priorities. Her current focus includes the development of security, privacy and forensic science specifications and guidelines that support the widespread adoption of cloud computing.
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