Third Annual Cybersecurity Summit

Washington, District of Columbia
Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Third Annual Cybersecurity Summit

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street N.W.
Washington, District of Columbia 20062
United States

Phone: 202-463-3100
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Description

Doors ​open: ​8:30 ​a.m.
Program: ​9:00 ​a.m.–4:00 ​p.m.

8:30–9:00 Registration ​and ​Breakfast ​Networking

9:00–9:10 Welcoming ​Remarks
Ann ​M. ​Beauchesne, ​Vice ​President, ​National ​Security ​& ​Emergency ​Preparedness ​Department, ​U.S. ​Chamber ​of ​Commerce ​(emcee)

9:10–9:25 Cybersecurity ​Month ​in ​Perspective: ​New ​and ​Ongoing ​Cyber ​Initiatives
Howard ​Schmidt, ​Partner, ​Ridge-Schmidt ​Cyber; ​former ​cyber ​advisor ​to ​presidents ​Barack ​Obama ​and ​George ​W. ​Bush; ​former ​Chief ​Security ​Officer, ​Microsoft; ​former ​Chief ​Information ​Security ​Officer, ​eBay

9:25–9:55 Morning ​Keynote: ​The ​State ​of ​Cybersecurity—An ​Assessment ​From ​
the ​White ​House
Michael ​Daniel, ​Special ​Assistant ​to ​the ​President ​and ​Cybersecurity ​Coordinator, ​
the ​White ​House

Introduced ​by ​Christopher ​“Cris” ​Turner, ​Head ​of ​North ​American ​Government ​Affairs, ​Dell

9:55–10:05 Coffee ​Break

10:05–11:05 Cybersecurity ​Framework ​Gut ​Check—Are ​We ​Making ​Progress?
Moderator: ​Matthew ​J. ​Eggers, ​Senior ​Director, ​National ​Security ​and ​Emergency ​Preparedness ​Department, ​U.S. ​Chamber ​of ​Commerce
• Paul ​Christman, ​Vice ​President, ​Public ​Sector, ​Dell
• Sean ​Franklin, ​Vice ​President, ​Cyber ​Intelligence, ​American ​Express
• Amias ​Gerety, ​Acting ​Assistant ​Secretary ​for ​Financial ​Institutions, ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​the ​Treasury
• The ​Honorable ​Phyllis ​A. ​Schneck, ​Ph.D., ​Deputy ​Under ​Secretary ​for ​Cybersecurity ​and ​Communications, ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​Homeland ​Security
• David ​Velazquez, ​Executive ​Vice ​President, ​Power ​Delivery, ​Pepco ​Holdings, ​Inc.
• Kelly ​R. ​Welsh, ​General ​Counsel, ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​Commerce

11:05–11:15 Networking ​Break

11:15–12:00 ​noon The ​International ​Dynamic: ​Global ​Approaches ​to ​Cybersecurity ​Policy, ​Partnerships, ​and ​Innovation
Moderator: ​Adam ​Sedgewick, ​Senior ​Information ​Technology ​Policy ​Advisor, ​National ​Institute ​of ​Standards ​and ​Technology ​(NIST), ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​Commerce
• Thomas ​Dukes, ​Deputy ​Coordinator ​for ​Cyber ​Issues, ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​State
• Franck ​Journoud, ​Senior ​Director, ​Cybersecurity ​& ​Technology ​Policy, ​Oracle
• Angela ​McKay, ​Director, ​Cybersecurity ​Policy ​and ​Strategy, ​Microsoft
• Urszula ​Mojkowska, ​Liaison ​Officer ​with ​the ​U.S. ​Congress, ​European ​Parliament
• Baroness ​Pauline ​Neville-Jones, ​former ​Minister ​of ​State ​for ​Security ​and ​Counter ​Terrorism, ​Home ​Office; ​former ​BBC ​Governor ​and ​Chairman ​of ​the ​British ​Joint ​Intelligence ​Committee
• Haiyan ​Song, ​Senior ​Vice ​President, ​Security ​Markets, ​Splunk

12 ​noon–12:15 Lunch ​Setup

12:15–12:30 Introduction ​of ​Admiral ​Rogers ​and ​Remarks ​on ​Information ​Sharing: ​A ​Private ​Sector ​Perspective
Marc ​D. ​Gordon, ​Executive ​Vice ​President ​and ​Chief ​Information ​Officer, ​American ​Express

12:30–1:30 Lunch ​Keynote ​Address: ​Sharing ​Cyber ​Threat ​Information ​to ​Protect ​Business ​and ​America
Admiral ​Michael ​S. ​Rogers, ​Commander, ​U.S. ​Cyber ​Command; ​Director, ​National ​Security ​Agency

1:30–2:00 Combating ​Cyber ​Threats ​to ​U.S. ​National ​Security
John ​P. ​Carlin, ​Assistant ​Attorney ​General ​for ​National ​Security, ​U.S. ​Department ​of ​Justice

2:00–2:45 Getting ​CISA ​Passed ​This ​Year: ​A ​Q&A ​With ​Senators ​Feinstein ​and ​Chambliss
Moderator: ​Ann ​M. ​Beauchesne, ​U.S. ​Chamber ​of ​Commerce
• The ​Honorable ​Dianne ​Feinstein, ​Chair, ​Senate ​Select ​Committee ​on ​Intelligence
• The ​Honorable ​Saxby ​Chambliss, ​Vice ​Chair, ​Senate ​Select ​Committee ​on ​Intelligence

2:45–3:45 Strengthening ​Cybersecurity ​Together: ​Sector ​Cooperation, ​Interdependencies, ​and ​Challenges
Moderator: ​Christopher ​J. ​Furlow, ​President, ​Ridge ​Global
• Chris ​Boyer, ​Assistant ​Vice ​President, ​Global ​Public ​Policy, ​AT&T ​Services ​Inc.
• William ​J. ​Erny, ​Senior ​Director, ​Policy, ​Regulatory ​& ​Technical ​Affairs, ​
American ​Chemistry ​Council
• Dennis ​P. ​Gilbert ​Jr., ​Director, ​Information ​and ​Cybersecurity, ​Corporate ​and ​Information ​Security ​Services, ​Exelon ​Corporation
• Doug ​Johnson, ​Senior ​Vice ​President, ​Payments ​and ​Cybersecurity ​Policy, ​American ​Bankers ​Association

3:45 Closing ​Remarks
Ann ​M. ​Beauchesne, ​U.S. ​Chamber ​of ​Commerce



The ​U.S. ​Chamber ​of ​Commerce, ​American ​Express, ​Dell, ​Splunk, ​Exelon, ​Microsoft, ​Pepco ​Holdings, ​Inc., ​The ​Wall ​Street ​Journal, ​the ​American ​Gas ​Association, ​Edison ​Electric ​Institute, ​HID ​Global, ​and ​Oracle ​are ​pleased ​to ​host ​the ​Third ​Annual ​Cybersecurity ​Summit ​to ​explore ​the ​latest ​threat ​landscape, ​market-based ​and ​public-private ​solutions, ​and ​the ​new ​framework. ​The ​summit ​will ​feature ​speakers ​from ​the ​business ​community, ​international ​experts, ​the ​administration, ​and ​Congress.
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