Cyber threats facing a nation's critical
infrastructure, mission-critical systems, or any Internet of
Things (IoT) system, demand a cyber infrastructure that matches
their combined enormity and complexity. Risk management
solutions must be capable of understanding intricate attack
patterns and assessing complex vulnerabilities to give
stakeholders confidence in their system's ability to withstand
At the Cybersecurity Workshop, practitioners
will break down the Security Engineering Lifecycle to
help organizations plan for, budget, and reduce costs when
building/acquiring secure and resilient software-intensive
systems. Cyber experts who have written (and are
writing) critical IT/software standards will share business cases where
automated risk management, blended with engineering and assurance
solutions, addressed key cyber risk issues and enabled real-time
The learning objectives of this workshop:
Emerging technologies that contain the cost curve for cyber
development and integration
The costs involved for budgeting cyber architecture, Risk Management Framework (RMF) analysis, and cyber integration during system integration
How to efficiently maintain cyber protection
with constantly evolving threats
Case studies that reveal the costs of
integrating cyber into new systems
Attendees will be presented with business cases
and practical guidance in achieving these objectives.
This Cybersecurity Workshop is part of the OMG®
Technical Meeting, March 20-24, 2017 in Reston, Virginia.
Registration is complimentary.
You might also like to attend the morning
segment, CISQ's Cyber
Resilience Summit, March 21, 8:00am - 12:30pm.