Date(s) - 04/23/2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mason Enterprise Center
Contract Mangement, Government Contracting, Intermediate Level, Introductory Level, Legal Issues, Other, Risk Management, Selling to Government, Subcontracting
By the end of 2017 Defense Department prime and subcontractors must have installed and be operating their respective information security plans and systems to safeguard “covered defense information.” These requirements are in addition to the current FAR requirements regarding “federal contract information” as well as existing DHS, GSA and other agency obligations. In other words, the effective dates of cybersecurity and cyberprivacy laws and regulations are in the immediate future and their implementation could impact your eligibility to contract or subcontract with the Federal government. Companies who are not compliant – regardless of their size – face elimination from supply and service chains.
In this Program, you will learn about:
- Overview of Federal Government Roles & Responsibilities for cybersecurity
- Federal Contract requirements
- Baseline of a Corporate Cybersecurity Program – NIST SP 800-171 compliance
- Continuing Cybersecurity Issues
- David Dempsey, co-founder and partner at Dempsey Fontana, PLLC, with over 40 years of experience in procurement laws, regulations and policies pertinent to contracting with federal, state, and international agencies. David’s practice areas include rights in technical data and computer software; R&D; DCAA audits, cost principles and Cost Accounting Standards; ITAR, foreign and contingency contracting; OCI, ethics, and compliance; small business issues; contract management and terminations; procurement related labor statutes
- Diane Janosek, NSA Deputy Commandant and head of the National Cryptologic School, Diane leads 5 colleges that deliver offerings for the nation’s civilian/ military intelligence global workforce in the areas of signals intelligence, cyber/network security, cyber resilience, and encryption, and teaches courses in the Graduate Program of the National Intelligence University. As a member of the federal Senior Executive Service, she has two decades of acquisition, fiscal, intelligence, cyber policy and law experience and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.
- Ms. Nancy Sumption is a senior corporate and US government national security executive with extensive experience in cybersecurity, data protection, privacy, data governance, and risk management. Nancy has leveraged her technology, legal, policy, and global operational expertise to build and lead interdisciplinary teams to develop strategic international data governance solutions. Nancy has extensive interagency experience having held positions in the Intelligence Community, US Air Force, and Department of Justice. Nancy began her career as an active duty Air Force Judge Advocate specializing in government procurement, international export authorities, and technology.