A New Manhattan Project: Forging a Public-Private Collaboration in Cyber Security
“… We've got to get people that are at the C-suite boardroom level [and the] same position in the federal government, who understand enough about cyber security and enough about business so they can make the tough business tradeoffs that have to be made in order to make us more secure.”
—Brett Williams, Major General USAF (Retired), On Meet the Press, July 12, 2015
Keynote Speech: Brett Williams, Major General USAF (Retired)
Former Director of Operations, US Cyber-Command and current President of Operations and Training Division of IronNet Cybersecurity, Inc.—a private cyber-security firm.
Panel Topics Include:
-Catching Up to the Curve: What is the current cyber-security landscape?
-Public-Private Collaboration—How Is It Working Now? How are public and private institutions collaborating today?
-Moving Forward—From Compliance to Protection In an ideal world, what would a large-scale collaboration between public institutions and private companies look like?
Date: Tuesday December 1st, 2015
Venue: DePaul Center, 1 E Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL
Time: 8:30am to 3:45pm
Cocktail reception immediately following the conference
For more information and registration go to http://bit.ly/1QoTXxD
About the Arditti Center:
The Department of Finance at DePaul University has established The Arditti Center for Risk Management to honor the lifetime achievements of Fred Arditti. The center commemorates his outstanding contributions to the theory and practice of risk management by coordinating activities that celebrate his life’s work.
The Arditti Center's mission is to promote excellence in the Education, Research and Practice of risk management.