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Critical Infrastructure Protection: 2004 Presentations

Working Group Presentations: Members of the CIP Communications and Information Sector Working Group (CISWG) and Economic Security Working Group (EconSec WG) have made presentations on a number of topics since 2001.


TOPIC PRESENTER DATE

APEC Activities Update

Joseph Richardson
Senior Foreign Affairs Advisor, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Department of State

3/23/2004

Bilateral CIP Activities: U.S.-India Cybersecurity Forum (November 9-10, 2004); U.S.-Italy Bilateral (November 16-17, 2004); and U.S.-Hungary CIP Discussion: Update

Joseph Richardson
Senior Foreign Affairs Advisor, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Department of State

9/22/2004

Cascading Risk

Tom Kellermann
Senior Data Risk Management Specialist, The World Bank

11/30/2004

CERT Coordination Center Activities: Update

Jeff Carpenter
Manager, CERT Coordination Center

11/30/2004

Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack

Henry M. Kluepfel
Vice President for For Corporate Development & Chief Scientist, Information Technology Solutions Group, SAIC; EMP Commissioner; and
Dr. Michael J. Frankel
Executive Director, EMPC

1/23/2004

Coordination of U.S. CERT & the National Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Amit Yoran
Director, National Cyber Security Division, DHS

1/23/2004

Current InfraGard Activities

Phyllis Schneck and Rob Schmidt
Board of Directors, InfraGard National Members Alliance

9/22/2004

Cybercrime against Businesses Pilot Study

Lawrence Greenfeld
Director, Bureau of Justice Statistics; and
Ramona Rantala
Statistician, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Department of Justice

3/23/2004

Cyber Security R&D: Priorities and Recommendations

Dr. Erik G. Mettala
Vice President, McAfee Research, Network Associates

1/23/2004

DHS Efforts to Establish a Framework for Information Sharing

Maureen Coney
Chief of Staff & Director, International Privacy Policy, Privacy Office, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

11/30/2004

Digital Insider

Tom Kellermann
Senior Data Risk Management Specialist, World Bank; and
Valerie McNevin
World Bank

5/25/2004

Exploiting Software: How to Break Code

Dr. Gary McGraw
CTO, Cigital

5/25/2004

Financial Models for Information

G. Mark Hardy
President, National Security Corporation

7/20/2004

Full-Scale Bureau of Justice Statistics/DHS Computer Security Survey: Status Report

Ramona Rantala
Statistician, Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice

9/22/2004

International Activities Update

Erica Russell
Deputy Coordinator, International CIP Policy, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, U.S. Department of State

1/23/2004

International Banking Federation

Becky Morter and Douglas Johnson
American Bankers Association

5/25/2004

ITAA/NASSCOM Global Information Security Summit (October 12-13, 2004)

Greg Garcia
Vice President, Information Security Program and Policy, ITAA

9/22/2004

Making Cyber Defense Economically Relevant

Scott Borg
Director and Chief Economist, Cyber Consequences Unit; and Research Fellow, Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

7/20/2004

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Douglas J. Sabo
Director, Government & Community Relations, McAfee, Inc.

9/22/2004

NATO Security Forum (Following NATO Summit June 30-July 2)(Istanbul)

Harold Elletson
U.K. Representative on NATO Forum on Business and Security

5/25/2004

Physical CIP: A Technology Overview

James St. Clair
Business Manager, Sentrix Physical Security Solutions, GTSI Corp.

7/20/2004

Privacy and Security Environment in India

Rick Rossow
Director of Operations, U.S.-India Business Council

11/30/2004

Sensor Network Management as an Anti-Terrorism Tool for Applied Innovation)

Rick Craig
Director, Government Markets

11/30/2004

Shared Responsibility Principles

Daniel W. Caprio, Jr.
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Technology Policy & Chief Privacy Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce

11/30/2004

Travel Security Program involving Biometrics and Passport Security

Gary Strong
Manager, Behavioral and Biometrics Programs, Science and Technology, Department of Homeland Security

3/23/2004

Update on Bilateral CIP Activities

Joe Richardson
Senior Foreign Affairs Advisor, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, U.S. Department of State

7/20/2004

Update on OECD & APEC Activities

Elizabeth Shelton
Director for APEC & OECD International Communications & Information Policy, Bureau of Economic & Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State

7/20/2004

U.S.-Australia Bilateral (April 21-23, 2004)

Erica Russell (Deputy Coordinator for International CIP Policy, Bureau of Political Military Affairs, Department of State)

3/23/2004, 5/25/04 (Canberra)

U.S.-Australia Bilateral: Industry Perspective

Laurence Brown
Director, Legal Affairs, Edison Electric Institute; and
Cristin Flynn
Director, Homeland Security and Strategic Policy, BellSouth

5/25/2004

A Vision for Government/Private Sector Crisis Cooperation

Guy Copeland
Vice President, Information Infrastructure Advisory Programs, Computer Sciences Corporation

1/23/2004

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