AFCEA London – November 2021- Virtual Meeting – Andy Watkin-Child – How Changes to US Cyber Security Risk Management Regulations Will Impact The UK Defence Industrial Base

When:
Thu 04 Nov 21 @ 17:00 – 18:15
2021-11-04T17:00:00+00:00
2021-11-04T18:15:00+00:00
Contact:
Chris Yorke

AFCEA London Chapter – Virtual Meeting.

The guest speaker for our meeting on 4th November will be Andy Watkin-Child, Director – The Security Institute.   The title for Andy’s talk will be “How does the UK and European Defence Industrial Base (DIB) address Federal and US DoD cyber regulatory requirements to deliver adequate cyber security?”  Addressing the needs, objectives and goals of the June 2021 Atlantic Charter.

The presentation will bring out the changing US cyber environment, that has developed significantly since Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was placed on hold ahead of a congressional hearing next month.  It will highlight the recent developments in US cyber legislation and its potential impact.  Andy will speak about the CMMC and existing Defence Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) compliance, Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA), the DoJ’s recent announcement about prosecution under the False Claims Act (FCA), recent Treasury updates associated with ransomware payments and the need for a close working relationship with the US and partners on cyber standards development.

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Andy is a 20-year veteran of cybersecurity, risk management and technology transformation, holding global leadership positions in 1st and 2nd Lines of for cybersecurity (CISO), cyber risk management, operational risk, and technology.  For International organisations including Grupo Santander, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Penguin Random House and Rolls-Royce plc.  Andy is a founding member of the US DoD Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) AB standards working group, developing the CMMC cybersecurity assessment methodology and has been supporting U.S. Federal agencies, Senate Commissions and trade associations evaluate cyber risk strategy and compliance. 

This meeting is open only to pre-registered attendees and the closing date for bookings is 12:00 – 29th October 2021.

There is a nominal £10.00 charge for Non-Members.  AFCEA Members,  Gov & Mil guests continue to enjoy AFCEA UK Chapters’ virtual meetings free of charge.  Please check here for conditions of free attendance.

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