4th Annual Insider Threat Symposium

DSI’s 4th Annual Insider Threat Symposium will bring together leaders from the Federal government, private industry, and academia to discuss the challenge of mitigating insider threat and developing effective insider threat programs.

In today’s threat environment, the unauthorized disclosure of classified information can pose a significant threat to US national security. This Symposium seeks to address this threat by focusing on the advancement of technologies, policies, and programs designed to detect, deter and mitigate insider threat. Participants will have the rare opportunity to discuss the security challenges their organizations are facing with senior-level executives from throughout the insider threat community.

Speaker at DSI’s 4th Annual Insider Threat Symposium will examine the obstacles in developing operational insider threat programs. Furthermore, discussions will focus on the technological advancements and tools which support the detection of threats and advance the accuracy of behavioral analytics. This event will also look at the role of AI and Machine Learning in Insider Threat, review the NITTF Maturity Framework and seek to define the metrics of successful insider threat programs.

Confirmed Speakers include:

William Evanina
National Counterintelligence Executive
Director, NCSC

Charlie Phalen Jr.
Acting Director, Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency
Director, National Background Investigations Bureau

Eric Sporre
Assistant Director, Insider Threat Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Dr. Brad Millick
Director, Insider Threat Program
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

Richard McComb
Chief Security Officer
Department of Homeland Security

And more!

Please visit http://insiderthreat.dsigroup.org/ for complete details.

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