Institutionalizing the Fundamentals of Insider Risk Management
We invite members of the insider threat community to the Insider Risk Management Symposium. The theme of this year's symposium is "Institutionalizing the Fundamentals of Insider Risk Management". The tenth annual symposium will reflect on a decade of insider threat research and practice, and look forward to gain perspectives on how to make best practices for insider risk management "stick" within organizations. This includes strategies for differentiating between one-off activities for insider risk management program planning and the foundational practices that must be periodically re-visited to ensure the ever-changing insider risk landscape is effectively managed within organizations.
Join us to hear about the latest challenges and best practices in insider risk management from recognized leaders in insider threat research, as well as leading-edge insider threat and insider risk management program practitioners from government and industry.
The CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon's
Software Engineering Institute
The CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute is the birthplace of cybersecurity research and conducts valued, relevant, and trusted evidence-based research that fortifies the cyber ecosystem and protects national security and prosperity. Since 1984, the Software Engineering Institute has been bringing innovation to the U.S. government and is critical to the government’s ability to acquire, develop, operate, and sustain software systems that are innovative, affordable, trustworthy, and enduring.
The Cooperative Plaza Conference Center is located just off the main lobby of the NRECA building at 4301 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA.
Within walking distance is Ballston Quarter which provides a variety of dining options as well as interesting recreational opportunities.