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Andrew Lanning

Defense Industrial Base Sector Chief

InfraGard Hawaii Member Alliance

Andrew Lanning started his career in the computer and electronics field in 1982 beginning with COBOL, FORTRAN, and ASSEMBLER programming languages. He continued his electronics career as a missile weapons technician in the United States Navy and earned a combat action ribbon in the Persian Gulf during Operation Praying Mantis, in April of 1988. After the Navy, he joined the electronic security industry in 1994 and Co-Founded Integrated Security Technologies with his wife Christine in Honolulu Hawaii, in May of 1998.

Nationally, Andrew serves as the Chairman of the PSA Security Network’s Cyber Security Committee, and as a member of the Security Industry Association’s Cybersecurity Advisory Council. He also participates in the Underwriter Laboratories (UL) Cybersecurity Standards Technical Panel for Software Cybersecurity for Networking-Connectible Products.

In Honolulu, Andrew serves as a Defense Industrial Base Sector Chief for the FBI’s InfraGard Hawaii Members Alliance. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Hawaii Information, Communication and Technology Association, and as the program chair for the Rotary Club of Hickam Pearl Harbor. Andrew is an active member of the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, and the host of Security Matters: Hawaii, a community-based webcast airing weekly from the ThinkTechHawaii studio.

Andrew double majored in Psychology & Anthropology at University of Hawaii-West Oahu, and earned a Masters in Communications from Hawaii Pacific University in 2011. He enjoys snow and water sports, and completed Ironman Florida in 2013.

Sessions

Gap Analysis: Configuring Your Microsoft Office 365/Azure Environment(s) for NIST 800-171 Compliance

Tuesday, July 30th
2:15pm3:15pm
Supply chain cybersecurity scrutiny is increasing across the entire critical infrastructure ecosystem, not just the Department of Defense. This presentation reviews the common gaps found in subcontracting environments that use Microsoft Office 365 and/or Azure IT environments and includes advice for configuring, monitoring, automating and reporting upon shared National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) 800-171 controls.

In this session, attendees will learn how to:
  • Evaluate the common gaps found in subcontracting environments that use Microsoft Office 365 and/or Azure IT environments
  • Gather advice for configuring, monitoring, automating, and reporting upon shared NIST 800-171 controls.

Session Slides