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Enterprise Security Management Fall Festival
Making Security an Enterprise Competence

September 20-21, 2007
Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner
8661 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, Virginia 22182
Phone:(703) 448-1234 

Conference Presentations

Many of the conference presentations and videos are now available online. Please click here to see the presentations.


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To download the full program click here

Agenda at a Glance:

Speakers include:
Mr. Mark Fedak, BAE Systems
Vanessa Hallihan,
GIG Information Assurance Portfolio, NSA
Marcia Weaver
, Chief, Enterprise Security Management, National Security Agency
David Wennergren, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense
Tom Shelman, Sector VP, and President, NGIT Defense Group
Jeff Jonas, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Scientist, IBM Entity Analytics
Richard C. Schaeffer, Jr., Information Assurance Director, NSA
Alan Harbitter, CTO, Nortel
Richard Hale, Chief Information Assurance Executive, DISA
Susan Alexander, Chief Technology Officer, Information & Identity Assurance, ASD (NII)
Stephen Spoonamore
, CEO, Cybrinth, LLC
Jaime Chanaga, Vice President Enterprise Architecture, Computer Associates
Peter Doolan, Vice President and CTO, Oracle
Bruce Brody, Vice President IA, CACI
Roy Collins, Vice President, L-3 Communications
Mark Tolliver, CEO, Palamida
Sean Barnum, Cigital
Arny Epstein, CTO, Liquid Machines

An ESM Primer

Assured Mission Management comprises ESM and Courses of Action for DoD.  Similar constructs exist in the private sector when enterprises make security one of their strategic business goals.

The core elements of Enterprise Security Management are: Identity Management, Attribute Management, Credential Management, Digital Policy Management, Privilege Management, Configuration Management, Key Management, Audit Management, Metadata Management.

The essential functions of Enterprise Security Management are: Authenticate People and Things, Apply Metadata, Control Access to Information Resources, Mediate Information Flow Across Domains, Protect Identity, Protect Infrastructure, Protect Data in Transit, Protect Data at Rest and In Motion, Detection and Monitor, Analyze and Respond.

What if the security of your enterprise was flexible, dynamic, federated, assured and transparent?  Would you sleep better at night?

In the future security will be a core enterprise competency.  It will not simply be wrapped around an information infrastructure, but baked into the core of its management policies, information systems, processes and technologies.

Industry and government must seek better approaches to enterprise-wide security, and develop and promote standard security practices to which the public and private sectors can subscribe.

The new Enterprise Security Management (ESM) concept for DoD embodies these ideas. 

ESM is the core capability to assure DoD mission success in the future.

DoD Review
The Department of Defense finds this event meets the minimum regulatory standards for attendance by DoD employees. This finding does not constitute blanket approval or endorsement for attendance. Individual DoD Component commands or organizations are responsible for approving attendance of its DoD employees based on mission requirements and DoD regulations.

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Technology Demonstrations from

Aruba Networks
Arxan Defense Systems
Layer 7 Technologies
Liquid Machines

Silver Sponsors:

Conference Sponsors:

Organizational Partners:

The Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute

The Financial Services Technology Consortium

Griffiss Institute Center for Information Assurance    

In conjunction with:

Office of the Deputy Chief Information Officer, DoD

National Security Agency

Conference Contact
Nicole Peterson at [email protected]

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AFEI Member Survey

Enterprise Security Management
June 17-18, 2008



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