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*Timothy Ruland, CISO, US Census Bureau  
 
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*Richard Smith, CISO, Transportation Security Administration
 
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Latest revision as of 16:11, 12 November 2009

Topics of Discussion

The US Federal Government owns some of the largest IT infrastructures in the world.  With the focus by the Obama Administration on getting more data online, the application security world is wonder just how they intend to do that in a secure manner.  Come join us for a panel discussion on what today's Federal Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) thinks about application security.


Discussion Topics:

  • The level of application security program maturity inside the Government
  • Use of techniques and tools
  • Integration of application security inside existing security management frameworks
  • Building an application security team inside of a larger security program
  • Web 2.0, transparency, and Government



The Panelists

Moderator: Matt Fisher, Piscis Security


  • Earl Crane, Branch Chief for Security Strategy, Department of Homeland Security
  • Gary Galloway, Deputy Director of the Office of Information Assurance, Department of State
  • Timothy Ruland, CISO, US Census Bureau
  • Richard Smith, CISO, Transportation Security Administration