Join our distinguished panel of cybersecurity experts from across the government and private sector to discuss how the new National Cybersecurity Strategy will enable the US and its allies to be more secure, resilient, strong, and globally compete through economic, democratic, and technological power.
This panel will discuss the National Cybersecurity Strategy, along with what private sector organizations can expect (or consider) when it comes to working with the US government, public/private partnerships, and how deterrence can provide a strategic advantage against adversaries.
Andrew McClure is a Managing Director at Forgepoint and invests in early-stage and growth stage companies building innovative technologies that protect the digital world.
He serves on the Boards at Constella Intelligence, Converge Insurance, CyberCube Analytics, Surefire Cyber, and WireWheel. He was previously on the Boards at Prevoty (acquired by Imperva), BehavioSec (acquired by LexisNexis), and Cysiv (acquired by ForeScout). Andrew has led several spinout investments for Forgepoint and has incubated two companies within the firm.
Prior to Forgepoint, Andrew served as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he led cross-functional teams in Afghanistan, the Middle East, East Africa, and Australia focused on signals intelligence and cyber operations. He remains active in the Reserves.
A graduate of U.S. Naval Academy, he also holds advanced degrees from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and the Australian National University. He is also a visiting fellow at the National Security Institute and a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Corey Thomas is the CEO of Rapid7, as well as the chairman of its board of directors. In 2023, Corey was appointed to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and elected chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Corey is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts board of directors, LPL Financial board of directors, and Vanderbilt University board of trust. He is an active angel investor to technology companies, advisor to organizations undergoing technology transformation, and sought after speaker and panelist. He previously served on the U.S. Commerce Department's Digital Economy Board of Advisors. Corey has extensive experience leading technology companies to the next stage of growth and innovation. Prior to joining Rapid7, Corey spent time at Parallels, Inc., Microsoft, Deloitte Consulting, and AT&T. Corey received a B.E. in electrical engineering and computer science from Vanderbilt University and a MBA from Harvard Business School.
Camille Stewart Gloster, Esq. is the Deputy National Cyber Director for Technology & Ecosystem for The White House. In her role, Camille leads technology, supply chain, data security, and cyber workforce and education efforts for the Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD). She joined ONCD from Google, where she most recently served as Global Head of Product Security Strategy, and before that as Head of Security Policy and Election Integrity for Google Play and Android. Prior to working at Google, Camille led cyber diplomacy, technology policy, privacy, and technical policy areas like encryption and PNT as the Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber, Infrastructure & Resilience at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Camille has also held leadership roles focused on cyber and technology on Capitol Hill, at Deloitte, and Cyveillance (now ZeroFOX), an open-source threat intelligence company.
Camille is passionate about expanding the cyber, technology, and national security workforces and co-founded the #ShareTheMicInCyber movement and the #NextGenNatSec initiative (formally Diversity in National Security Network) to support investment in a highly skilled and diverse workforce. She holds a B.S. from Miami University and a J.D. from American University Washington College of Law.
Lauren Zabierek is a Senior Policy Advisor in the Cybersecurity Division at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Previously, she was the Executive Director of the Cyber Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. She came to this role as a 2019 graduate of the Kennedy School's mid-career MPA program. Her work focused on strategic, national security issues in cyber and tech--ranging from international conflict, cooperation, and norms to domestic collaboration, diversity, privacy, and supply chain issues. She was also the first woman participant in the Elbe Group discussions on cybersecurity, having been a part of the cyber-focused dialogue in 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden and again in 2021 virtually. In January 2023, she was named a Senior Policy Advisor to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Lauren is the co-founder of the online social media movement called #ShareTheMicInCyber, which aims to dismantle racism in cybersecurity and privacy. #ShareTheMicInCyber started as an online conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn but has become so much more--it is breaking down barriers in the cyber industry through individual and collective action. Since its inception, the movement has garnered over 100 million Twitter impressions and featured participation by the nation's cyber leaders.
Lauren served as an intelligence officer in the United States Air Force at the beginning of her career. Later, as a civilian intelligence analyst with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) assigned to the Office of Counterterrorism, she completed three war zone deployments. Throughout her six years at NGA, she became a subject matter expert on Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) and served as an adjunct professor in ABI at the NGA college.
After leaving NGA, she joined the cybersecurity threat intelligence startup Recorded Future, and was instrumental in building its Public Sector business practice. In her role as a Senior Intelligence Analyst, she fused intelligence methodologies with cybersecurity and machine learning technologies to help public and private sector customers improve their cyber posture. She also managed a team of analysts and worked alongside the Product Management and Training teams to improve her customers' experience with the software.
A Gold Star Sister, Lauren is committed to supporting families of the fallen and has volunteered several times as a mentor with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). She also co-founded the Recorded Future Women's Mentorship Initiative, helped to start a women's initiative at NGA, and is a member of the NatSecGirlSquad. She is also a Fellow at George Mason University’s National Security Institute and a Nonresident Fellow at New America. She has appeared on television, radio, and numerous podcasts.
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