FREE INFORMATION PANEL
Nation’s Cyber Risk:
White House Insights on the President’s Critical Infrastructure Framework
The Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies and the Fordham Computer and Information Science Department present this informative panel, open and free to the public.
Reducing the Nation’s Cyber Risk: Panel
President Barack Obama issued an executive order calling for a common national framework aimed at reducing the cyber risk to our country’s critical infrastructure.
This event, featuring the White House director for cybersecurity critical infrastructure protection, Samara Moore, together with a panel that includes senior administration officials, explores the wide-ranging impact the president’s new policy will have on U.S. industry.
Implications of the New Cybersecurity Framework
Moore and the panelists will address the implications of the new cybersecurity framework on nearly all industries, including energy, finance, healthcare, communications, transportation, water, chemicals, IT, defense, manufacturing, and nuclear weaponry.
Samara N. Moore, Director for Cybersecurity Critical Infrastructure Protection, White House National Security Staff
Jon Boyens, Senior Advisor, Information Security, Information Technology Laboratory; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); U.S. Department of Commerce
Frank Hsu, Clavius Distinguished Professor of Science; Professor of Computer and Information Science, Fordham University
Bob Kolasky, Director of Strategy and Policy, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Doug Wylie, Director, Product Security Risk Management, Rockwell Automation
David J. Youssef, Cyber Incident Investigator, Citigroup; Teaching Fellow, Department of Computer and Information Science, Fordham
Michael Coden, ISA99 Cyber Security Standard Working Group; Vice President, NY Section of ISA; Vice President, NextNine