csg innovation classroom: Assuring Critical Services--An Operational cybersecurity approach for state Governments
Presented by HP
Friday, Sept. 20, 3-4 p.m.
Local economies and critical government services have become increasingly dependent on cyberspace. Accordingly, many state government agencies are poised to make significant cybersecurity investments in the near term. An operational cybersecurity approach can help ensure states derive value beyond security from these investments. This session will focus on opportunities for new outcomes for critical services that can be derived from cybersecurity investments such as continuous monitoring, identity management and situational awareness.
Preregister for this session by Sept. 13 to ensure your space for the classroom. Sign-ups after Sept. 13 will be taken on-site at the conference on a first come, first served basis.
Director of Cybersecurity Capabilities, HP
Albert Kinney is the Director of Cybersecurity Capabilities, U.S. Public Sector, at HP Enterprise Services. In this capacity, Mr. Kinney is responsible for development, marketing and delivery of Identity Management, Software Assurance and Cyber Situational Awareness services across federal, state, local and select international markets. Mr. Kinney has held a number of leadership and management positions including executive functions in government, military and commercial enterprise organizations. A retired Naval Officer, Mr. Kinney has more than 25 years of experience with leadership, aviation, intelligence, research and cybersecurity mission areas encompassing operational disciplines ranging from anti-submarine warfare to signals intelligence and Cyber Warfare. Mr. Kinney holds a Command and Staff Diploma from the Naval War College along with science and engineering degrees from the U.S. Naval Academy and the Naval Postgraduate School. He remains active in the academic community as a member of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Cybersecurity Advisory Board and as an adjunct professor within the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. His recent academic projects include designing a Masters program in Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy for UMBC.