On November 15, the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council held an educational program on Insider Threat. The topic of the panel discussion included upcoming Federal rules, key elements of an Insider Threat program and privacy, due process and human resource requirements. Tanager’s Mike Miller, Co-Founder of the National Insider Threat Special Interest Group (NITSIG) and VP, Insider Threat was joined by Shawn Thompson, Insider Threat Risk Mitigation Expert/Lawyer/Author, Founder and President, Insider Threat Management Group and Keith Moulsdale, Partner and Co-Chair for Cybersecurity, Information Management & Privacy, Whiteford Taylor & Preston. The panel moderator was Chuck Ames, Director of Cybersecurity, MD Department of Information Technology.
The panel covered topics including the NISPOM Change 2 requirements for Insider Threat Mitigation, how industry is, or is not, addressing the problem and some of the legal aspects involved in maintaining an Insider Threat program.
Read an in-depth write-up about the event on The Cyberwire’s website:
Founded in 1996, Tanager is a leading information systems professional services provider specializing in Insider Threat Mitigation, Cyber Security and Information Technology services. Tanager is currently supporting Insider Threat programs at five different federal agencies and feels that the ITVA will add significant benefits for its customers’ security programs. “Tanager strives to provide its customers with the best technologies and services available to maintain secure environments for achieving business goals. A robust, Insider Threat program is a key component for the security of any organization. As an SEI partner specializing in ITVA, Tanager will be able to better analyze and review its customers’ environments, and advise them how to mitigate potential risks. “Our mission is about improving the security systems of our customers,” said Deborah Fedore, CEO. For more information about Tanager, visit www.tanagerinc.com.
About the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council
The Chesapeake Regional Tech Council energizes and propels the advancement of technologies with the exchange of ideas, expertise, and business and partnership opportunities.
Founded in 1992, formerly the Anne Arundel Tech Council, the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council is a nonprofit 501c6 membership organization supported by grants from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and from the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation and enabled by sponsorship’s from our Titanium and Platinum sustaining sponsors and membership.
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