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Countries have been developing their cyber security policies and capabilities following a series of high-profile cyber attacks in the past few years. For example, the US opened its Cyber Command in May 2011 and released an International Strategy for Cyberspace in May 2011 while Brazil recently stood up a Cyber Defence Centre. However, despite these efforts, there are still areas that need better protection such as systems supporting critical infrastructure.
This presentation – which is the fifth in a series of online intelligence briefings analysing cyber challenges – will include a discussion about the issues facing both industry and defence forces.
For more details about the content of this 60 minute intelligence briefing, please see the agenda below.
IHS Jane’s Intelligence Briefings are available to Jane’s Intelligence Centre, Jane’s Intelligence Centre Module and Jane’s DS Forecast clients/subscribers for free as part of their product subscription package – please speak to your local IHS Jane’s representative for more details or Register via the IHS Jane’s Client Area (login required).
If you are not an IHS Jane's client, please register using the tab below.
Date: 29 March 2012
Time: 1500 (London) / 10:00 am (New York)
Duration: 1 hour
There will be a specific focus on:
Mr. Lentz is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber, Identity and Information Assurance (CIIA) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Networks and Information Integration/Chief Information Officer. Since November 2000, he served as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Department of Defense (DoD) and in this capacity, oversaw the departments 3 Billion dollar Information Assurance & Cyber Security programs. He transformed the programs, to include establishing the first comprehensive IA/Cyber Architecture, supple chain risk management strategy and operationalizing the world’s most robust Identity Management System, and played a key role in leading the United States National Cyber Initiative, and the follow on cyberspace review. Mr. Lentz started his career with the National Security Agency (NSA) in 1975. Since that time, he accumulated over 34 years of experience and established himself as a change agent with federal government.
Mr. Lentz has received the NSA Resource Manager of the Year Award, the Defense Meritorious Service Award, the 2003 Presidential Rank Award, and the 2004 “Federal 100” award. He also received the highest-level honorary award the Department can bestow on a civilian employee, the prestigious Secretary of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service Award and the 2006 “Top 20” Excellence.gov Award. In 2008, he was named Information Security government Executive of the year for the Middle Atlantic region, culminating in his award as the North American Executive of the year. In 2009, he received the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service and the Director, National Security Agency / Chief, Central Security Service Distinguished Service Medal. Additionally he was the recipient of the RSA award for Excellence in the Field of Security Practices and the SANS Cyber Leadership award.
Eleanor Keymer is Jane’s Defence Weekly’s Features Editor and is responsible for co-ordinating all cyber-related news and analysis. Prior to this Eleanor was Jane’s in-house armed Forces Editor which brought together military assessments from Jane’s Sentinel Country Risk Assessments and the service review titles Jane’s World Armies, Jane’s World Navies and Jane’s World Air Forces.
She has a BA from Royal Holloway, University of London and has completed postgraduate studies in journalism at City University and in international relations at Birkbeck, University of London.
Alexander von Rosenbach is IHS Jane’s Armed Forces Editor and has overall responsibility for the quality and editorial integrity of Jane’s country-based defence analysis. Alexander brings together military assessments for Jane’s Sentinel Country Risk Assessments and the service review titles Jane’s World Armies, Jane’s World Navies and Jane’s World Air Forces.
He holds an MA in International History from the London School of Economics and a BA in Political Science from the University of British Colombia, Canada.
Paul Burton, Senior Principal Analyst for Jane's DS Forecast, manages the A&D Research and Analysis defence budgets portfolio. As of January 2012, Paul has also been the lead analyst on the Cyber Operations market forecast. Paul moved to the IHS Research and Analysis A&D team in November 2010, having previously been Product Manager for IHS Jane’s Aerospace and Defence product portfolio. This is Paul’s second period at IHS Jane’s; from 2000-2006 he managed Jane’s Country Risk department, including Sentinel Security Assessments and Intelligence Review. During the intervening period, he was a Competitive Intelligence Manager at BAE Systems, and Director of Policy at the International Council on Security and Development, a think tank specialising in Afghanistan. Between 1998-2000, he worked in the UK Parliament as Lead Researcher to Sir Menzies Campbell MP.
Paul has a BA in Politics from the University of Portsmouth, and an MA in US Political Studies from the School of the Americas, University of London.
Russell Jones is an Analyst on the Armed Forces Desk. He works on Jane’s tri-service reference titles and a number of Jane's Sentinel defence products, with particular responsibility for Sub-Saharan Africa, South and Central America. Russell has an MA in Intelligence and International Security at King’s College London and also holds an MA in Psychology from Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
Date: 29 March 2012
Time: 1500 (London) / 10:00 (New York)
Duration: 1 hour
Please Note: If you are a Jane's Intelligence Centre, Intelligence Centre Module or DS Forecast subscriber/client, you can participate in this Online Seminar for free. Please register directly using the registration form found in the Client Area
Jane's Intelligence Centre Online Seminar
Fee per delegate - $299 or £199 (+ VAT for UK customers)
Registration for the seminar include live participation in the above seminar and access to the archive recording after the event (PowerPoint and audio).
If you would like to participate in this seminar (but are not a Jane's Intelligence Centre/Module or DS Forecast customer) please register using the link below (secure online order form), or calling +44 (0) 20 8700 3781 or emailing Raf Kotowicz.
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