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Information Technology Security Day, Gaithersburg

The NIST Information Technology Security Day is hosted annually as a means to heighten DOC and NIST user awareness of information technology security and related issues. 


NIST Office of Information Systems Management (OISM)

Lectures: RED Auditorium (overflow in the Green)

9:00-10:00am Information Accountability as the Foundation for Privacy Protection

11:00am-12:00pm Cyber Security Threats and Trends

1:00-2:00pm A Research Technology Organization Responds to a Perfect Storm

3:00-4:00pm 2014 Threat Report

Tutorials: Lecture Rooms (LR) A-D, Heritage Room

10:00am-11:00am and 2:00pm-3:00pm

  • IT Security Risk - The Role You Play
  • The Evolving NIST Network
  • The Lifecycle of IT Accounts
  • Amazon Web Services at NIST
  • Using eSignatures and Workflow

Vendor Exhibits:

8:30am-1:30pm Portrait Room and Green Auditorium Corridor

Non-NIST speakers:

  • H. Abelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • S. Hajeski, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • M. Dabros & A. Steele, National Research Council of Canada
  • S. Montgomery, Intel Security
NIST speakers:
  • N. Ivy, H. Nelson, A. Rickerds, & C. Rowland
  • R. Densock
  • S. Jiang
  • S. McAdam, J. Connor, & C. Spangler
  • H. Wixon & M. Wilkinson
Created August 13, 2009, Updated September 21, 2016