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25th Colloquium

October 4th to 6th, 2021

Online Sessions

25th Colloquium - Agenda

The 2021 conference of the Colloquium on Information Systems Security Education (CISSE) celebrates its 25th year as the senior and premier conference on Cybersecurity Education. The program will be a virtual / online conference from October 4th to 6th, 2021. The following is the evolving agenda for the October session. Event information will be added as it becomes available.

  • Monday

    Track 1

    What Happened with Solarwind?

    • EST
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    UK Report

    • Charles Clark
    • EST
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    Privacy

    • Jonathan Colby Trull
    • EST
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    Writing Workshop Briefing

    • Erik Moore
    • EST
    • PST
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    Cyber Bullying

    • EST
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    Internet Human Trafficking

    • Jayson Berryhill, Co-founder and Partner of (en)visible
    • EST
    • PST
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    NSA DHC - CAE

    • William Butler, Stephen Miller
    • EST
    • PST
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    CMMC

    • Chris Opp, Director of SMB Solutions at Celerium
    • EST
    • PST
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    Track 2

    Paper Sessions

    9 paper presentations

    • EST
    • PST
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    Course Walk-through

    Enterprise Security course

    • Cheryl Resch
    • EST
    • PST
    • GMT

    Course Walk-through

    TBA

    • Denise Kinsey
    • EST
    • PST
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    Course Walk-through

    IAS492A/B: IAS Seminar

    • Sandra Gorka
    • EST
    • PST
    • GMT

    Course Walk-through

    Cyber Warfare

    • Erik Fretheim
    • EST
    • PST
    • GMT

    Course Walk-through

    Cybersecurity for Educational Leaders

    • Jane Blanken-Webb
    • EST
    • PST
    • GMT

    Course Walk-through

    CSC229: Cybersecurity for Non-IT Majors

    • Sandra Gorka
    • EST
    • PST
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    Program Walk-through

    Curriculum for the B.S. in Cybersecurity

    • Eric Chentin
    • EST
    • PST
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    Program Walk-through

    The Educational Trifecta

    • Morgan Zantua
    • EST
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  • Tuesday

    Track 1

    Keynote

    • EST
    • PST
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    Cyber Range Panel

    • EST
    • PST
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    Integrating Experiential Learning in Cyber Curriculum

    • EST
    • PST
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    Ethics

    • Paula DeWitt
    • EST
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    Adversarial Thinking

    • EST
    • PST
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    Annual Awards

    • EST
    • PST
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    PISCES Monitoring for the Public Sector

    • Mike Hamilton, Michael Tsikerdikis
    • EST
    • PST
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    Information Sharing Networks

    • EST
    • PST
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    Pandemic Impacts to the 2020 CyberForce Competition

    • EST
    • PST
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    How to Prepare Cybersecurity Competition Mentors / Coaches

    • Nancy S. Jones, Chris Simpson, Debra Bowen
    • EST
    • PST
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    Inside the NCL with Doc and Dan

    • "Doc" St. Clair, Dan Manson
    • EST
    • PST
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    Track 2

    Paper Sessions

    14 paper presentations

    • EST
    • PST
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    Course Walk-through

    SOC Operations Course

    • Bill Butler
    • EST
    • PST
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    Course Walk-through

    Applied Cryptography

    • Yesem Peker
    • EST
    • PST
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    Course Walk-through

    A Cybersecurity Framework

    • Susan Tisdale
    • EST
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  • Wednesday

    Track 1

    The Evolution of the Supply Chain and Cybersecurity: What the Next Generation of Practitioners Needs to Know

    • Tommy McDowell, General Manager at Celerium
    • EST
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    Successful Cybersecurity Professionals

    • Steven Brown
    • EST
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    An IoT Testbed for Undergraduate Cybersecurity Students

    • EST
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William "Vic" Maconachy

Chariman

The Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education

Dr. Maconachy holds a PhD in education from The University of Maryland and has earned several certifications to include Two Professionalization Certifications from The NSA, and appointed a fellow of ISC2. Dr. Machonachy obtained Top Secret clearance while employed with the U.S. Navy and National Security Agency.

Dr. Maconachy is a co-founder and currently the Chairman of Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. After retiring from federal service, Dr. Maconachy served as Vice President for Academic Affairs/Chief Academic Officer at Capitol Technology University. Dr. Maconachy served our nation by working at The National Security Agency where he held increasing responsibilities. While there he developed the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, and led the development of the first national education and training standards in what is now cybersecurity education. Prior to that he served as an education specialist for the United States Navy, developing technical training programs in the cryptology field. Dr. Maconachy taught in Prince George's County Public Schools, Maryland, and Allegany County Public Schools, Maryland.

Dr. Maconachy has over 30 publications and contributing authorships. Dr. Maconachy's, A Model for Information Assurance: An Integrated Approach, was used as a teaching model in several U.S. Military academies. His numerous awards include Department of Defense - Meritorious Service Award, and Secretary of Navy Commendation (for actions overseas).

Isaac Martinez

Chief Information Officer and Director, G6

Army National Guard

Colonel Isaac B. Martinez began his military career as an ROTC cadet at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) and earned his commission in May of 1996 as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. His education includes, a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from UNC, a Masters of Education and Human Resources Studies from Colorado State University. His military education includes the Military Police Basic Course, Military Police Advance Course, US Combined Arms and Staff School, and Information Management Systems Manger Course. In 2017 he graduated from the US Army War College with a Master's degree in Strategic Studies. Colonel Martinez, currently serves as the Army National Guard (ARNG) Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Director of the Command, Control, Communications & Computers (C4) Systems Directorate. Colonel Martinez provides direction and guidance to align the ARNG Staff IT portfolio with the Director of Army National Guard strategic priorities. Isaac is charged with setting policy and synchronizing initiatives through coordination with the Army and Joint National Guard.

His early assignments included duties as a platoon leader for the 220th Military Police Company. His first call to action was leading a security detail at Columbine High School after the tragic shootings in 1999. Martinez next served as the Deputy Provost Marshal in Tazar, Hungary from 1999 to 2000, as part of Operation Joint Forge. Shortly after returning home, he led the Colorado Army National Guard's statewide force protection mission to establish airport security immediately following the Sept. 11th attacks in 2001. The following year, Martinez was chosen as The Adjutant General's Aide and just over a year later he assumed command of the 220th Military Police Company and deployed in support of OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM. His unit was the first Colorado National Guard to support the war effort as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Upon his return, Captain Martinez was assigned as the 891st Troop Command Battalion Logistics Officer (S4). He was recalled to serve as the commander of the 220th MP Co in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and guided to New Orleans in 2005.

In 2010, Colonel Martinez was serving as the Executive Officer for the 193rd Military Police Battalion, when they mobilized in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. After the deployment in 2012, he was chosen to represent the Colorado National Guard at the State of the State in Colorado's capitol as a special military attendee and personally recognized by Governor John Hicklenlooper. Colonel Martinez would later command the 193rd Military Police Battalion in 2013. Soon after taking command, he immediately was called to support the largest flood relief effort in Colorado history. After command, in Feb 2018, Colonel Martinez also supported response and recovery for the Colorado Department of Transportation Ransomware Cyber Attack. He served as the Liaison Officer to the Incident Command during a significant State cyber response force. Colonel Martinez has recently worked with Colorado Secretary of State with providing cyber security support during three separate Federal elections.

During his career, he earned numerous awards and decorations, most notably, Bronze Star Medal with 1 OLC, Meritorious Service Metal with 2 OLC, the Army Commendation Medal with 2 OLC, Air Force Commendation Medal, the OIF and OEF Campaign Medals. He has earned the Combat Action Badge, German Armed Forces Efficiency Badge and Order of the Marechaussee.

Colonel Martinez has been married to his wife Michelle for 18 years and they have two daughters Alexi and Jasmin. His family are avid baseball fans; they have visited 25 Major League Baseball stadiums in the last 10 years.


Last modified on Sunday, 19 September 2021 20:09

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