Tuesday, March 19th
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Apple Federal Credit Union
4097 Monument Corner Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030
Recommended Hotel: Courtyard Fairfax Fair Oaks
Cyber Security Event
Join CUES and CUES’ partner LEO Cyber Security for an educational and entertaining take on trending topics in cyber security. We’ll use video gaming technology and even take a tour of the Darknet to show you what your credit union is up against. Come for a few hours of learning and discussion and stay for a complimentary lunch. We look forward to seeing you there.
10:00 - 10:15 Intro
10:15 - 11:15 Gaming the System - Anticipating the Incidence of Incidents
Formulation of an effective risk management plan starts with an understanding of one's environment. This fun session uses ThreatGEN video game technology to introduce attendees to live cyber attack and defend scenarios, followed by discussion of enterprise-wide incident response best practices with a legal perspective.
11:15 - 11:30 Break
11:30 - 12:30 The Three Legs of the Cyber Stool - Proper Ergonomics in Today’s Wobbly Environment
Care to stay upright in today's fast-moving cyber environment? This presentation visits three legs of the cyber security stool; Cyber Risk and Executive Engagement, Cyber Laws, and Contractual Cyber Provisions, deconstructing each one to better understand a Credit Union's obligations and protections.
12:30 - 2:00 Buffet Lunch
1:00 - 2:00 Lunch w/ Darknet Tour - Cyber's Version of the Antique Roadshow
Ever wonder where financial information goes after a successful cyber attack? Using an isolated laptop, LEO's General Counsel and CISO will take you on a guided tour of the Darknet, where you can get a first-hand view of the marketplace for illegally obtained information. Attendees will gain valuable insight into the data available on the underground web, the valuation of which bears a direct correlation to the types of risk modeling required by numerous cybersecurity laws and regulations. Attendees will also be introduced to the kinds of attack tools available on the Darknet.
Seth Jaffe, General Counsel & Vice President, Incident Response
Seth is our official rocket scientist in residence. Hailing from NASA’s Mission Control Center, Seth brings a unique perspective to incident response, applying aspects of one of the world’s preeminent emergency operations platforms to cyber response. In addition to twenty-plus years’ of technical experience, Seth was previously a member of the data protection task force at a large law firm, and served as the lead Legal team member of an incident response team at a major U.S. airline. Seth is a certified business continuity professional, and he holds a juris doctorate, which is why he also wears the General Counsel hat at LEO.
Justin Silbert, CISO
Justin Silbert brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from DOD and Civilian world. As CISO of what is now the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, he managed cyber security as the hospital transitioned into the nation’s most important Joint Military Medical Facility. His expertise focuses on applying sound security practices across a spectrum of systems and environments, from certified medical devices to shared research systems. Through his work, his goal is to improve the health of organizational leaders, by providing a cyber security program that allows them to sleep better and worry less.