Most organizations have taken a risk management approach to cybersecurity, and many have adopted the NIST Risk Management Framework as a methodology for their cybersecurity programs. With the new focus on Zero Trust, this panel will explore the interactions between a Zero Trust implementation and a risk management program. Does Zero Trust replace or obviate the need for a risk management program? Is Zero Trust a part of an organization's risk management program, or are the two independent?
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Creator of Zero Trust, SVP, Cybersecurity Strategy, ON2IT Group
Kindervag joined Palo Alto Networks as Field CTO in 2017 after eight and one half years at Forrester Research where he was a Vice President and Principal Analyst on the Security and Risk Team. John is considered one of the world's foremost cybersecurity experts. He is best known for creating the revolutionary Zero Trust Model of Cybersecurity.
He currently advises both public and private sector organizations with the design and building of Zero Trust Networks and other Cybersecurity topics. He holds, or has held, numerous industry certifications, including QSA, CISSP, CEH, and CCNA. John has a practitioner background, having served as a security consultant, penetration tester, and security architect. He has particular expertise in the areas of secure network design, wireless security, and voice-over-IP hacking. He has been interviewed and published in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and The New York Times. He has also appeared on television networks such as CNBC, Fox News, PBS, and Bloomberg discussion information security topics. John has spoken at many security conferences and events, including RSA, SXSW, ToorCon, ShmoCon, InfoSec Europe, and InfoSec World. John has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from the University of Iowa and lives in Dallas, TX.
Edacheril “E.P” Mathew
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency
Edacheril "E.P." Mathew became the deputy CIO of the Defense Intelligence Agency in July 2021, after previously serving as the chief of operations for CIO. He was promoted to the Senior National Intelligence Service in 2019. As chief of operations, Mathew led a vast, geographically dispersed team of over 1,000 civilians, joint military, and contractors to operate and sustain information technology services on behalf of DIA and its mission partners. Prior to that, he was the chief of corporate engagement for CIO, acting as the CIO representative to agency directorates, combatant command J2s, operational commanders, and Intelligence Community senior leaders. Mathew’s previous leadership assignments within the Defense Intelligence Agency include serving as the chief of applications and infrastructure, where he led software engineers responsible for supporting over 200 mission and business applications. He also worked for the Chief of Staff on process improvement efforts within multiple directorates. He completed his joint duty assignment at the National Security Agency, where he oversaw the production of over 180 analytic products for the Enterprise Analytics division, one of which enabled POTUS to make a data-driven decision with national security ramifications.
Senior Director for Cybersecurity services ( Former U.S. federal CISO), Venable LLP
Schneider is the Senior Director for Cybersecurity Services at Venable LLP. Prior to Venable, Schneider served as the U.S. deputy federal CISO and the U.S. federal CISO and as senior director for cybersecurity policy on the White House National Security Council. Before that, he served for seven years as chief information officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency.