The Cybersecurity Adviser for Kentucky from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will provide a brief overview of what it means to be cyber resilient. Case studies and incident analysis will provide examples of real-world attacks and demonstrate best practices on how to become cyber resilient. The session will conclude with an overview of no-cost proactive and reactive federal resources that are available to assist organizations in achieving resiliency.
Locking Down Data Care: Lessons on How to Be Cyber Resilient
Colin Glover is the Cybersecurity Adviser/Cybersecurity State Coordinator for Kentucky. In this position, Colin serves as the liaison between Federal services and State, Local, Territorial, and Tribal Governments, Critical Infrastructure and Private Sector. He serves as the focal point for communications to promote Cyber Preparedness, Incident Response, Risk Mitigation, and Situational Awareness. Colin provides direct coordination, outreach and support in order to protect cyber components essential to the sustainability, preparedness, and protection of the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR) and State, Local, Territorial and Tribal governments. Colin has previously held positions within the private sector assisting companies achieve their cybersecurity goals and in the DoD where he served as the Counterintelligence Special Agent for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency. Amongst other duties, he worked with Cleared Contractors to secure their networks against advanced threats.