Cloud Computing Risks and National Security – webcast 3/24

On Wednesday, March 24, 2010, 8am-10am the Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) will webcast an event on cloud computing risks and national security.

The event will bring together key civilian and military stakeholders across government, as well as prominent leaders from the private sector. Presentations and discussions will address both policy and technical aspects of cloud computing, particularly as it relates to national security concerns.

Speakers and participants will discuss the disparate paces of technology and policy in the cloud computing realm, assess the opportunities and potential benefits of cloud computing, and evaluate the balance of risk and opportunity.

Featured Speakers will include:

Tim Grance, Program Manager of Cyber & Network Security Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Dan Kent, Federal Systems Engineering Director, Cisco Systems | View Event Slides

Dr. Michael Nelson, Visiting Professor, Georgetown University

Nils Puhlmann, Co-founder and Board Member, Cloud Security Alliance

Dr. Ron Ritchey, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton

Henry Sienkiewicz, Technical Program Director of Computing Services, Defense Information Systems Agency | View Event Slides