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How the New National Cybersecurity Strategy Will Shape the Future of Offensive Security

Join Bishop Fox for a fireside chat with renowned cybersecurity experts – Evan Wolff & Justin Greis. We’ll discuss how new proposed regulations will impact offensive security initiatives, both short- and long-term.


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The new White House National Cybersecurity Strategy proposes regulations that will hold software and technology providers liable for breaches, with the end goal of making security a priority throughout product development lifecycles and shifting more responsibility to vendors. If you’re wondering what the legal and logistic ramifications to your business are, you aren’t alone.

Join Bishop Fox for a fireside chat with renowned cybersecurity experts – Evan Wolff, a highly sought-after attorney and thought leader on federal government initiatives addressing cyber issues, and Justin Greis, partner at McKinsey & Company and leader of McKinsey Digital and the Risk & Resilience Practices. We’ll address your questions and concerns and discuss how the new proposed policies will impact offensive security initiatives, both short- and long-term.

Topics will include:

  • How these regulations and regulators are shifting the way pen testing, red teaming, and other offensive security solutions should be thought of and used
  • The changing scope of software liability and modifications to existing liability frameworks and safe harbor provisions
  • How customer buying patterns (i.e., supply chain security, contractual security requirements) have changed
  • The likely role of penetration testing and red teaming in protecting technology providers

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About the speaker, Evan Wolff

Partner at Crowell & Moring

Evan D. Wolff is a partner in Crowell & Moring's Washington, D.C. office where he is co-chair of the firm's Privacy & Cybersecurity Group and a member of the Government Contracts Group. Evan has a national reputation for his deep technical background and understanding of complex cybersecurity legal and policy issues. Calling upon his experiences as a scientist, program manager, and lawyer, Evan takes an innovative approach to developing blended legal, technical, and governance mechanisms to prepare companies with rapid and comprehensive responses to rapidly evolving cybersecurity risks and threats. Evan has conducted training and incident simulations, developed response plans, led privileged investigations, and advised on hundreds of data breaches where he works closely with forensic investigators.

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About the speaker, Justin Greis

Partner at McKinsey & Company

Justin Greis is a Partner at McKinsey & Company based in Chicago. He is a leader in McKinsey’s Digital & Analytics and Risk & Resilience practices with a focus on cybersecurity, cloud, technology strategy, and digital transformation. Justin designs, builds, and activates secure and trusted digital transformations to help organizations accelerate their mission and protect their purpose.

Justin brings a wealth of experience across a wide variety of industries and, most recently, served as EY’s (Ernst & Young) Global and Americas Cybersecurity Transformation leader where he led the firm’s global practice and helped his clients assess, improve, and operate world-class cybersecurity programs. Prior to this role, Justin was a founding Partner in EY’s Digital practice where he focused on cloud-enabled digital transformations, scaling the group to become a recognized global leader. Justin was also a founding member of the Technology Transformation practice where he led a variety of client programs on technology strategy, data and analytics, enterprise architecture, cost optimization, regulatory compliance, and agile systems implementations.

Justin serves as Professor of Information Systems at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, where he teaches IT Governance, Risk and Controls in the MSIS and MBA Programs. He has won numerous teaching awards for his real-world curriculum and innovative teaching methods. Strong believers in the power of education, Justin and his wife, Katharine, created a scholarship focused on providing higher education opportunities to students within the program in which Justin teaches. Justin is a frequent speaker at industry forums such as ISACA, Information Security Forum (ISF), Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and various executive and board councils, and is a published thought leader on the topics of technology strategy, cybersecurity, IT risk management, and digital transformation.

Justin holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Accounting and Information Systems from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington and holds the following professional certifications: CISSP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, CDPSE, GIAC/GSEC, PMP, CIPP/US, ITIL, and TOGAF.

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About the speaker, Vincent Liu

CEO & Co-founder of Bishop Fox

Vincent Liu (CISSP) is CEO and cofounder at Bishop Fox. With over two decades of experience, Vincent is an expert in offensive security and security strategy; at Bishop Fox, he leads firm strategy and oversees client relationships. Vincent is regularly cited and interviewed by media such as Al Jazeera, The Information, and NPR while also writing as a contributing columnist for Dark Reading. He has presented at Microsoft BlueHat and Black Hat and has co authored seven books including Hacking Exposed Wireless and Hacking Exposed Web Applications. Vincent sits on the advisory boards of AppOmni, Elevate Security, Mod N Labs, and the University of Advancing Technology in addition to serving as returning faculty at the Practising Law Institute. Prior to founding Bishop Fox, Vincent led the Attack & Penetration team for the Global Security unit at Honeywell International. Before that, he was a consultant with the Ernst & Young Advanced Security Centers and an analyst at the National Security Agency.
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