INsecurity is for the defenders of enterprise security—those defending corporate networks—and will offer real-world case studies, peer sharing and practical, actionable content for IT professionals grappling with security concerns. To learn more about the event, see the conference overview.

Roundtables are not listed in this agenda; head to the Roundtable page to see the schedule and topics for those.

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  • Mischel KwonFounder and CEOMKACyber

    Mischel Kwon is the founder and CEO of MKACyber. She brings a unique blend of hands on experience, academic research and training, and a seasoned understanding of how to build operational organizations from inception. Mischel has more than 30 years of broad technical and security experience ranging from application design and development, network architecture and deployment, and building and deploying the Justice Security Operations Center (JSOC) to monitor and defend the DOJ network against cyber threats while serving as the Deputy Director for IT Security Staff at the United States Department of Justice (DOJ).

    Prior to starting MKACyber, Mischel served as Vice President of Public Sector Security for RSA Security, where she was responsible for leading RSA in assisting the public sector security solutions, strategies, technologies and policy. Before RSA Security, Mischel was named the Director for the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) in June 2008 where she spearheaded the organization responsible for analyzing and reducing cyber threats and vulnerabilities in federal networks, disseminating cyber threat warning information and coordinating national incident response activities.

    Mischel holds a Master of Science, Computer Science and a graduate certificate in Computer Security and Information Assurance. In addition, she previously served as an adjunct professor at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she also ran the GW Cyber Defense Lab.