Second Annual Cybersecurity in National Security Summit
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Second Annual Cybersecurity in National Security Summit

September 28th, 2022 9:00am-12:00pm EST   Virtual, ON24

The threat of cyber attacks is on the rise, and hackers are getting more sophisticated. As a growing list of government agencies, commercial companies and military branches prioritize modernization and become more reliant on advanced technologies, more and more critical information, data, processes and systems are online and subject to cyber attacks.

Today, cybersecurity is one of the most important priorities for the federal government. Advancements in zero trust, Multi Factor Authentication, cloud security and more are opening up new opportunities for organizations to better secure their assets and the nation.

Join GovCon Wire for its Second Annual Cybersecurity in National Security Summit to hear from leaders across government and industry as they discuss cyber threat intelligence, the future of cybersecurity, protecting critical infrastructure and more. 

Bryan Vorndran, assistant director of the FBI’s cyber division, and David Frederick, executive director of the National Security Agency’s U.S. Cyber Command, are scheduled to keynote the summit.

 

  • David Frederick
    David Frederick - Keynote
    Executive Director, U.S. Cyber Command, National Security Agency (NSA)

    Mr. David E. Frederick, Jr is the Executive Director, United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), serving as the highest ranking civilian in the command. Mr. Frederick assists the Commander in leading a cyber mission force of over 12,000 people. His portfolio focuses on strategic management initiatives to improve cyber operations and technical capabilities, shaping a budget totaling in the billions. He also oversees the command’s academic engagement network. Prior to this role, Dave served as Deputy Director of the NSA Cybersecurity Directorate, co- leading design and stand-up of the new directorate. He served as Chief of NSA’s Strategic Counter Cyber Operations office from 2016 to 2018. He represented NSA at the National Security Council on cyber policy matters and oversaw counter-cyber campaigns. After serving in the United States Army as a signals intelligence (SIGINT) analyst and Korean linguist, Mr. Frederick joined NSA in 1996. He held a number of managerial, strategic planning, and technical positions prior to promotion to the senior executive service. In addition to his recent cyber roles, his senior executive assignments include: Chief of SIGINT Targeting Strategy and Mission Integration, Special United States Liaison Advisor to a key foreign partner, Deputy Inspector General, Director of the Community Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Management Office, and Associate Deputy Director for Tech SIGINT & Electronic Warfare. Mr. Frederick received numerous honors for his work; he was awarded Presidential Rank Awards (Meritorious Executive) in 2012 and 2017; the National Intelligence Superior Service Medal; a key foreign partner’s National Security Service Medal; and the NSA/CSS Meritorious Civilian Service Award, along with other Joint and Army military awards. EDUCATION: Mr. Frederick completed the Defense Language Institute Korean Basic Course in 1990. He graduated from the University of Maryland University College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History (Honors). He received his MBA (Finance) from Colorado State University in 1998. He has completed extensive technical training with the National Cryptologic School as well as executive leadership courses at George Washington University and the Harvard Kennedy School.

  • Bryan Vorndran
    Bryan Vorndran - Keynote
    Assistant Director, Cyber Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

    Bryan A. Vorndran was named assistant director of the FBI’s Cyber Division in March 2021. Mr. Vorndran had most recently served as the special agent in charge of the New Orleans Field Office. Mr. Vorndran joined the FBI as a special agent in 2003. He was first assigned to the Washington Field Office, where he primarily investigated criminal enterprises trafficking cocaine and heroin. In 2008, he spent five months as part of the International Contract Corruption Task Force in Afghanistan. He was promoted to supervisory special agent in 2009 and was assigned to the Counterterrorism Division at Headquarters; he was promoted to unit chief in 2012. In 2013, Mr. Vorndran was named to lead the Washington Field Office’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. He was promoted to assistant special agent in charge of the cyber and counterintelligence programs at the Baltimore Field Office in 2016. The next year, he was promoted to chief of the Strategic Operations Section of the Counterterrorism Division at Headquarters. Mr. Vorndran was named a deputy assistant director of the Criminal Investigative Division in 2018. As a deputy, Mr. Vorndran oversaw FBI programs intended to help dismantle transnational criminal organizations impacting the United States, combat violent and gang-related violent crimes, and counter crimes against children. In 2019, Mr. Vorndran was named the special agent in charge of the New Orleans Field Office. Before joining the Bureau, Mr. Vorndran was an engineer for The Procter & Gamble Co. and for Merck & Co. He earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Lafayette College in 1998 and a Master of Business Administration from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in 2012.

  • 9:00am - 9:05am EST

    Welcome & Introductions

  • 9:05am - 9:45am EST

    Opening Keynote:u00a0David Frederick

  • 9:45am - 10:45am EST

    Panel

  • 10:45am - 11:25am EST

    Closing Keynote: Bryan Vorndran

  • 11:25am - 11:30am EST

    Closing Comments

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