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Suppliers and subcontractors must be keenly aware of the requirements and risks associated with the cybersecurity of controlled defence data. This workshop will provide attendees a better understanding of cybersecurity regulatory requirements such as CMMC, DFARS, and UK Cyber Essentials, and go over practical strategies for managing compliance and controlled defence data.

About the Host:

Rick Badgley is a cybersecurity leader who has had a passion for technology his entire life. As a teenager, he helped start the first dialup ISP in Northeast Wisconsin. He then spent 6 years enlisted in Air Force intelligence followed by a successful career in the National Security Agency as a global network analyst, national cryptologic school instructor, and a division Chief. Currently, Rick works for Oshkosh Corporation as a senior cybersecurity manager where he oversees defence cybersecurity compliance, supplier cybersecurity, defence products integrated cybersecurity, and DoD classified networks.
 

About the Organisation:

Oshkosh Corporation, formerly Oshkosh Truck, is an American industrial company that designs and builds specialty trucks, military vehicles, truck bodies, airport fire apparatus, and access equipment. Based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the company employs approximately 16,000 people around the world. It is organized in four primary business groups: access equipment, defense, fire and emergency, and commercial.

Cyber-enabled intellectual property theft from the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) and adversary penetration of DIB networks and systems pose an existential threat to national security. Adversaries often take the path of least resistance through the DIB rather than attacking government networks for the same information. Small to medium-sized business and suppliers who subcontract are historically even more vulnerable to these threats.

This workshop will explore the fluid cyber threat landscape of the DIB sector and the impact and risks associated with those threats and the various government regulations established to help mitigate risks.

Workshop programme

13:00 Workshop Registration

13:30 Opening Remarks and Introductions

  • Regulatory Updates
  • Implications of Cloud Storage
  • Managing Technical Data Electronically
     
  • Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
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    13:45 Cybersecurity Regulatory Updates

    Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
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  • UK Cyber Essentials
  • US Cyber DFARS Updates and Overview
  • US NIST
  • International ISO 27000 Series
  • 14:15 Implications of US CMCC and DFARS

    Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
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  • US Cyber DFARS
  • Overview of DFARS 252.204-7012,7019,7020
  • What are assessments (Basic and High) as required by DFARS
  • Regulatory Crossover/Crossmapping and Reciprocity
  • SPRS and CAGE Codes
  • US CMMC Overview
  • Overview of DFARS 252.204-7021
  • CMMC Certification Audits
  • Preparation
  • Key Stakeholders
  • Documentation and Artifacts
     
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    15:00 Afternoon Break

    15:30 Considerations of Cloud Storage for Controlled Data

  • Cloud Compliance & Certifications
  • Tenant vs. Host Responsibilities

  • Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
    View Bio

    16:15 Practical Strategies for Managing Intellectual Property and Third Party (Government Customers, Partners, Suppliers) Technical Data Electronically

    Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
    View Bio

  • Know your data
  • Marking/tagging
  • Asset Management
  • Data Flow Control (DLP Edge vs. Endpoint)
  • Collaboration Tools (Sharing Content, Video/Voice)
  • Know what to do in the event of a data loss (cyber incident reporting/breach notifications)
     
  • 16:50 Closing Comments and Questions

    Mr Rick Badgley

    Mr Rick Badgley, Senior Cybersecurity Manager, Oshkosh Corporation
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    17:00 End of Workshop

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