Happy Hour: Impact of New Cybersecurity Executive Order on Info Mgmt

When:  Oct 19, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (ET)

Join your fellow Information Professionals for a night of networking, sharing, and learning. We'll start off with food and drinks at 5pm with our program starting at 6. After the program, we'll have a chance to talk with our speaker and each other as we head back out to tame the world's information.

Cost: $5 (pay at the door, cash preferred). Covers food and drinks (thanks to our sponsors for keeping the cost low!).

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Program Description:

Your organization’s information is highly at risk in the cyberspace. Cybersecurity risk management comprises the full range of activities undertaken to protect information and data from unauthorized access and other cyber threats, to maintain awareness of cyber threats, to detect anomalies and incidents adversely affecting the privacy of sensitive information and data. President Trump’s Cybersecurity Executive Order sets a 90-day deadline for each Federal Agency in the Executive Branch to submit a risk management report. It would describe their security measures and what are deemed to be significant risks.

During this session, Dr. Barry will discuss risk management approaches commensurate with the risk and magnitude of the harm that would result from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction of critical information assets and data privacy.

The focus of this session is Federal Government, but many of the principles apply in the private sector as well.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Barry West is the Senior Advisor and Senior Accountability Official for Risk Management at the Department of Homeland Security – CIO office. Dr. West is a career technologist with 30 years in the information technology field. He has 27 years of government service to include being Chief Information Officer at five different government organizations –He brings a federal government as well as industry perspectives on how an organization’s information needs to be protected.

He is the past President of two of the largest IT associations in the United States:

American Council for Technology (ACT) and the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM).

He has represented the United States Government Information Technology community at four different world-wide gatherings of NATO countries.

Dr. Barry in the past was also a board member of the AIIM International. During his early career, he successfully managed the implementation of the largest ECM/ERM system in the Federal government