Preliminary Schedule Subject to Change

June 4th, 20185:00pm7:00pm
June 5th, 20187:00am8:00am
June 5th, 20187:00am7:00pm
June 5th, 20188:00am9:00am

Join U.S. Attorney for Colorado, Bob Troyer, and Judy Smith, Chief of the Cybercrime and National Security Section of the Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office, as they discuss cybercrime trends and developments. They will discuss the cyber threat landscape nationally as well as locally, including cyber threats that you may not know about that impact your daily routines. They will also share the motivation behind the creation of the office’s Cybercrime and National Security Section and provide insight into how the U.S. Attorney’s Office can assist private and government partners.

Judy Smith
Cybercrime and National Security Section Chief
United States Attorney's Office, District of Colorado
Bob Troyer, U.S. Attorney, District of Colorado
U.S. Attorney
United States Attorney's Office, District of Colorado
June 5th, 20189:15am10:15am

Join our panel of cyber-physical technology experts as they analyze how the internet of things (IoT), blockchain, mesh networks and other “smart” technologies promise to disrupt the security of cyber-physical systems. Learn how the physical security industry can and should prepare to incorporate these technologies securely within their product offerings.

Patti Charzan
Senior Director, Strategic Programs, Digital Crimes Unit
Ray Coulombe
Founder and Managing Director
June 5th, 201811:30am1:00pm
June 5th, 20181:00pm2:00pm

Findings from the industry’s first detailed physical security threat model have revealed that the security industry is at a crucial crossroads. With end-users building and deploying their own security solutions to circumvent the shortfalls of traditional industry solutions, the industry urgently needs take a collective action regarding cybersecurity. Explore what gaps exist on the road toward cyber maturity and what specific practices the industry will need to adopt to preserve the confidence of their customers and partners.

Terry Gold D6 Research
D6 Research
June 5th, 20182:15pm3:15pm

The amount of cybersecurity information available from standards, frameworks, regulations, and policies can be overwhelming. How can small and medium-sized organizations navigate the torrent of information and separate the signal from the noise to achieve their cybersecurity business goals?

Pamela Passman
President and CEO
Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe)

As physical security sprints faster and faster toward becoming indistinguishable from the larger internet of things (IoT), it is important to recognize how traditional physical security will interact securely as part of a system of smart application domains such as smart buildings, smart cities and smart grids. The forthcoming NIST Cyber-Physical Systems Framework, scheduled for release in May 2018, further expands upon the current NIST Cybersecurity Framework to focus on the nexus of the cyber and physical worlds. Get a first look at the revised framework and the tools needed to apply it to projects.

Marcello Balduccini
Assistant Professor, Department of Decision & System Sciences
St. Joseph’s University
Ed Griffor of NIST
Associate Director, Smart Grid and Cyber Physical Systems Program Office
National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
Scott Tousley
Deputy Director, Cyber Security Division, Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA)
Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology
June 5th, 20185:00pm7:00pm
June 6th, 20187:00am8:00am
June 6th, 20187:00am12:00pm
June 6th, 20188:00am9:00am

What do CISOs look for when selecting solution partners for their business? How can the physical security industry meet the cybersecurity requirements of organizations that cannot afford to be impacted by cyber threats? Find out what it takes to properly assess the cyber risk of third-party vendors and what some of the best strategies and practices are that CISOs should employ to make the process as mature and efficient as possible.

Randall Frietzsche
Chief Information Security Officer
Denver Health

Explore how industry standards can be a part of an organization’s cybersecurity strategy to assess software vulnerabilities and weaknesses, minimize exploitation, address known malware, review security controls and increase security awareness. Find out what work has been done and what’s on the horizon when it comes to advancing a standards-based approach for testable cybersecurity criteria for network-connectable products and systems.

John Savarese, Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Senior Cybersecurity Advisor
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)

Cyber:Secured Forum 2018 will be held
June 4-6, 2018, in Denver, Colorado.