Insider threats are among the most costly and damaging risks federal agencies face today. However, most government entities still don’t fully understand how to identify and protect themselves against such threats.
Attend this i360Gov educational webinar to hear from seasoned veteran computer forensics and intelligence officers as they lay out the scope of the problem, and provide advice for how best to alleviate risks. Our expert panel will include:
- Keith Lowry - 25 years of experience implementing, managing and directing U.S. government insider threat, counter-intelligence and intelligence collection programs, including developing and overseeing policy implementation and oversight.
- Joe Hoofnagle – Nearly 20 years of building/leading computer forensics, incident response, insider threat assessment/discovery/adjudication, e-discovery and information security departments, programs, projects, and teams for Fortune 1000 organizations and federal agencies.
- Christopher Newsom - 15 years of experience in investigations, computer forensics, security, incident response and insider threat assessment, discovery and mitigation for law enforcement and federal agencies.
These three former federal officials developed and implemented a highly successful insider threat protection program for a major U.S. federal agency with over 20,000 employees, thousands of contractors and trillions of dollars of intellectual property.
During this complimentary webinar you will learn what it takes to build a customized insider threat program despite ongoing funding challenges, how to define your agency’s internal weaknesses and how to develop/implement the best policies for protection, including proper training to help everyone recognize and reduce such threats.
If you are not sure if you will be available for the live webinar, as long as you register you will receive a link to the archive that you can access at your convenience.