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Southern Maryland Group Meeting  

Where
Bert’s Restaurant & 50’s Diner

When
Jun 7, 2016    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


ASQ 509 Southern Maryland Group Meeting

Where

Bert’s Restaurant & 50’s Diner, 28760 Three Notch Road (Rt. 5), Mechanicsville, MD 20768                                                                                        

Phone Number: 301-884-3837

When

Tuesday June 7, 2016    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

ASQ Section 509
Southern Maryland Group 
 presents
 "Cyber Security in Government and the Private Sector"
 by
Anthony Ingelido  
Director of Operations
GNS, Inc. – Rockville, MD

Registration & Networking: 6:00-6:30 p.m.

Business Meeting: 6:30-7:30

Dinner or Snacks From Menu

Program:  7:30-8:30 p.m.

Adjourn 8:30 p.m.


Please register by Friday, Jun 3. 
 
Register with the group coordinator (jludford@comcast.net).

Meeting will be cancelled if registration is insufficient. 
Presentation Overview: Cyber Security in Government and the Private Sector
“Cyber Security in Government and the Private  Sector ” is about the growth we have seen in tools available to secure our computer information,  and the growth in high level exploitations of our computer systems. Recent threats have increased, and bad actors have become more sophisticated. With our data distributed across multiple locations and outside our organizations, being able to stop threats quickly has become even more challenging. 

While our computer information can never be 100% secure, we need to know the critical steps we can take to ensure effective and mature risk management programs. This introductory presentation will show how to get on track by implementing a roadmap of fundamental cyber security controls. The focus will be on those defensive steps which have the greatest value. 

These Critical Security Controls (CSC) will give us the ability to prevent, alert and respond to attacks that have been in the news of late. Although these CSC are not a replacement for comprehensive mandatory compliance or regulatory actions, they do help us focus on controls with a high payoff, and promote a “Must-do” protection philosophy.

The information to be presented is compiled from recent works by the Center of Internet Security (www.cisecurit.org), SANS (www.Sans.org), NIST (www.NIST.gov), and the Council on Cyber Security (www.counciloncybersecurity.com).
 
Speaker Biography: Tony Ingelido
Mr. Ingelido has over 25 years of government, IT, and business operations experience working for organizaztions such as EG&G, Asbury Services, IntelliDyne, and the Federal Government in Quality Assurance, Program Management, and Operations leadership positions. As Director of Operations at GNS, Inc., he currently manages eight contracts with Federal agencies including DHS and DOC. These contracts are primarily for Cyber Security, Software IV&V, Network Operations, and Program Support. He also serves as the ISO Management Representative for GNS where he achieved registration for both ISO 9001 and ISO 27001. He has BS, MS and MBA degrees, and is certified as a PMP and GSLC by GIAC. He is an ASQ Fellow with CMQ/OE, CQE, CQA and CSSBB certifications. He is a past Baldridge Examiner (4 terms), and has recent certifications from ISACA as a CISA and CISM.