2nd Annual NTSC National CISO Policy Conference

Washington, D.C. – July 17-18, 2018

2nd Annual NTSC National CISO Policy Conference

July 17 — July 18, 2018
Jones Day Law Firm
51 Louisiana Ave NE
Washington DC 20001

Our second annual National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC) CISO Policy Conference is an opportunity for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and other cybersecurity stakeholders to:

  • Educate policymakers about issues impacting their businesses.
  • Ensure that the policy priorities of the CISO community are heard on Capitol Hill.
  • Discuss and learn about the latest cybersecurity policy issues from lawmakers and cybersecurity policy experts.

AGENDA

Check back for updates to the agenda as we finalize topics and speakers.

NTSC National CISO Policy Conference

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Attendees will hear from CISOs, cybersecurity policy experts, elected officials, and government agency executive leaders about policy issues such as:

  • Public-private intelligence information sharing
  • National cybersecurity deterrence strategies
  • Data privacy and security regulations
  • Cybersecurity education and workforce development
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Automation and big data

NTSC DC Fly-In

Wednesday, July 18
In conjunction with the NTSC National CISO Policy Conference, the NTSC welcomes CISO advocates to Washington, D.C. for our annual NTSC DC Fly-In. NTSC members—including CISOs and underwriters from across the nation—will spend time on Capitol Hill speaking with Members of Congress and congressional staffers about cybersecurity issues affecting the CISO community and their businesses.

This year’s DC Fly-In calls for action and policy priorities include:

  • National Data Breach Notification Legislation: The NTSC supports the enactment of a meaningful and uniform federal national data breach notification law that is consistent, predictable, and feasible about how an affected person shall be notified.
  • Public-Private Intelligence Information Sharing: The NTSC promotes information sharing partnerships to create a more robust and resilient cybersecurity alliance that protects both the private and public sectors’ critical infrastructure from cyber threats.
  • Cybersecurity Workforce Development: The NTSC promotes policies that strengthen the nation’s ecosystem of cybersecurity education, training, and workforce development.

Read about the 2017 NTSC National CISO Policy Conference.