Experts on Implications from the Solarium Report & Securing a Remote Workforce

Tuesday March 31st at 12:00 PM (EDT) | 5:00 PM (BST)


In this special guest virtual panel, Cybereason CSO Sam Curry will host four experts in cybersecurity and government policy to talk about securing remote work and the Solarium Report.

Get your questions answered by Chris Inglis, a commissioner of the Cyberspace Solarium Report, Bob Bigman, the former CISO of the CIA, Peter Sherlock, the former COO of MITRE, Ari Schwartz, the managing director of cybersecurity services and policy at Venable. Register for the virtual panel now and submit your questions.

The Solarium Report proposes a strategy of layered cyber deterrence with over 80 different recommendations to reform the US Government structure for cyberspace and promote National Resilience. 

In this virtual panel, these veteran cybersecurity and government experts will:

  • Discuss policies outlined in the Solarium Report and what they mean for the future of cybersecurity.
  • Answer your questions on securing remote work given this new transition.
  • Give you feedback on building a robust, secure remote workforce based on recommendations from the Solarium Report. 
  • Share special insights the panelists have gathered from years of securing teams in emergency situations.
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About our presenters_




Sam Curry is a security visionary and thought leader and has been interviewed by hundreds of journalists, has published broadly and has talked in media on security trends, threats and the impact of "cyber" on us all. He recently won an Award as a 30 year visionary from SC Magazine and is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute. Previously, Sam was CTO & CISO for Arbor Networks (Danaher and NetScout) and was CSO & SVP R&D at Microstrategy in addition to senior, executive security roles at McAfee and CA. He spent 7 years at RSA (the Security Division of EMC, where he was a distinguished engineer and Fellow nominee) as CSO, Chief Technologist and SVP of Product. Sam also has 24 patents in security from his time as a security architect, has been a leader in two successful startups and is a board member of the Cybersecurity Coalition, of SSH Communications and of Sequitur Labs (in the IoT security space) in addition to a number of advisor-ships across the security spectrum.

Ari Schwartz, Managing Director of Cybersecurity Services and Policy, Venable

Ari Schwartz is Managing Director for Cybersecurity Services at Venable LLP and coordinates the Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law and the Cybersecurity Coalition. Previously Ari was a member of the White House National Security Council, where he served as special assistant to President Obama and senior director for cybersecurity. As director, Ari coordinated all network defense cybersecurity policy, including critical infrastructure protection, federal network protection, supply-chain efforts, cybersecurity standards promotion, and information sharing. Ari also served as technology advisor to the Secretary of Commerce and as Internet Policy Advisor to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Chris Inglis, Solarium Commissioner and ProfessOr of cybersecurity studies at the U.s. naval academy


Chris Inglis is a professor of cyber security studies at the U.S. Naval Academy, former deputy director of the National Security Agency, and a commissioner on the Cyberspace Solarium Commission. He retired from the Department of Defense in January 2014 following over 41 years of federal service, including 28 years at NSA, and seven and a half years as its senior civilian and Deputy Director, as well as over 30 years of service in the US Air Force -- nine years on active duty and twenty one years in the Air National Guard -- from which he retired as a Brigadier General in 2006.

bOB Bigman, Former CISO of the CIA

Bob Bigman retired from the CIA after serving a 30-year distinguished career, where he developed technical measures and procedures to manage the nation’s most sensitive secrets. Bigman worked in every area of information and data security, and as the Agency's CISO, Bigman also managed technical and program officers responsible for the protection of all Agency information and his responsibilities included cryptography, information security policy/processes, standards and requirements, testing, and network defense/response.

Peter Sherlock, former coo of mitre

Peter Sherlock is a consultant and advisor to companies on cybersecurity, technology and management. He has led small and large organizations applying leading-edge technologies (in networking, security, software, data analytics…) to the most challenging problems. He served as MITRE’s COO as well as SVP responsible for MITRE’s defense and intelligence work. Earlier, he led Motorola Broadband’s network infrastructure business. An active supporter of the Boston tech community, he was appointed to the Massachusetts Cybersecurity Strategy Council and Digital Health Council.