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Cyber Resilience Summit: Securing Systems inside the Perimeter

March 21, 2017





Topic: Improving System Development and Sustainment Outcomes with Software Quality and Risk Measurement Standards


Hosted by: Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) in cooperation with Object Management Group (OMG) and IT Acquisition Advisory Council (IT-AAC)


Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 8:00am – 12:30pm


Location: Hyatt Reston Town Center, 1800 Presidents Street, Reston, VA 20190


RSVP:; 781-444-1132 Ext 149



At the Cyber Resilience Summit, attend presentations on the state of the practice in Federal Cyber Resilience and network with 150 attendees from the White House, OMB, DoD, DHS, NSA, and Federal agencies.


A keynote speaker, Dr. Dale W. Meyerrose, Major General, U.S. Air Force retired, was the first President-appointed, Senate-confirmed chief information officer and information sharing executive for the U.S. Intelligence Community.


Additionally, “Titans of Cyber” from the U.S. Federal Government will share critical insights for advancing IT/cyber risk management, such as those presenting at previous Summits:

  • J. Michael Gilmore, Director of Operational Test and Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, U.S. Department of Defense
  • Ray Letteer, Chief, Cyber Security Division, U.S. Marine Corps
  • David Bray, CIO, Federal Communications Commission
  • Curtis Dukes, Director of Information Assurance, National Security Agency

Formal agenda is to be announced soon. Critical coverage areas include:

  • Meeting Assurance-Driven Objectives: Operational standards, tools, and proven approaches to build secure and resilient software-intensive systems. Essential best practices for ensuring resiliency in Federal software acquisition.
  • Managing System Complexity: Mitigate architecture-level vulnerabilities by gaining visibility into how system components and technologies interact as new cyber capabilities are added. Understand the role of architecture and design in cyber resilience.
  • Software Measurement at Scale: Ensure source code level quality and minimize system risk while increasing capability delivery throughput in Agile and DevOps environments. Leverage standards in automated software risk measurement to cost-effectively reduce portfolio risks in sustainment of legacy applications
  • IT Modernization and Digital Transformation: Risk-managed evolution and practical application of systems engineering to support cloud readiness, big data, technical debt control, and risk management of complex mission, C2, weapon and citizen-facing systems.


Government admission is complimentary. Industry $95.


Government attendees: Apply the code CSQVA27 during registration to redeem your complimentary pass.


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