Topic: Federal Security & Privacy Update: FISMA, OMB, NIST
In the last couple of years the federal government has taken steps to improve information security and privacy governance to better address the threats to the nation’s data. The key players in this effort are the Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This presentation will go over the changes that these federal organizations have played in the dangerous world of information security. Attendees will learn about changes in federal direction and guidance in the areas of information security and privacy. The presentation is intended for IT security management, security support staff, project managers, and IT security and privacy professionals.
Speaker: Larry G. Wlosinski, CISSP, CAP, CCSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, CBCP, CDP, ITIL v3
Mr. Wlosinski is a Senior Associate at the Veris Group, LLC. He has over 40 years of experience, with the last 16 dedicated to information security. His commercial experience includes insurance, interstate and international banking, and collections. Federal government experience includes EPA, NIH, CMS, DOJ, DHS, DOE, DIA, NOAA, and SSA. He has also been a speaker on a variety of topics at federal and professional conferences, has written articles and whitepapers and given classes on many IT security topics.
CPE Value: 2 CPEs
ISC2 Federal Security-Privacy Update.pptx