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Overview
Cybersecurity Compliance, Risk Management, and Insurance

Topics include:
A review, analysis and update of the rules, regulations, policies, and practices from contract formation through contract administration
The compliance implications of cybersecurity requirements throughout the contracting cycle and new supply chain procedures
Agency-specific rules, FAR, DFARS requirements and progress toward harmonization of the rules
Compliance reporting
Federal risk management programs
Insurance coverage
Dates/Locations
No upcoming dates/locations at this time
Agenda
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
9:00AM  Regulatory and Technical Overview
1. Adversaries and Threats
2. Definitions from Denial of Service to Zero-Day Exploits
3. Regulations in Perspective
4. The NIST Framework
5. Federal Agencies – from Commerce through the DoD to the Veterans Administration
6. DFARS and new DFARS Requirements
7. Unclassified Controlled Technical Information
8. Safeguarding of Information
9. Proposed Regulations
10. Proposed/Pending Legislation

10:30AM  Break

10:45AM  Integrating Cybersecurity Into Federal Acquisitions
1. Federal Cybersecurity Guidance
a. Executive Orders
b. DoD Initiatives
c. OMB Guidance
2. Analysis of the Existing References
3. Cybersecurity Acquisitions from “Bolt-On” to “Baked-In”
4. Cyber Risk Management
5. Acquisition Life Cycle Impacts
a. Statements of Work
b. Solicitations
c. Evaluation Criteria
6. Acquisition Planning Best Practices
7. Source Selection Best Practices
8. Program and Project Management
9. The Shift from Compliance to a Risk-Based Management Framework
10. Cybersecurity Integration into Program Acquisition, Execution, and Support

12:00PM  Lunch Break

1:00PM  Compliance and Supply Chain Risk 
1. The Supply Chain Focus and Significance
2. Supply Chain Safeguards
3. Cybersecurity Flowdowns
4. DoD Authority
5. Covered Procurements
6. Prime Contractor Considerations
7. Subcontractor Considerations
8. Subcontract Terms and Conditions
9. Export Issues
10. Cyber Certifications and Qualifications

2:30PM  Break

2:45PM  Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks
1. Risk Management and Insurance 
2. Insurance as a Risk-Sharing Mechanism
3. Types of Insurance
4. Insurance Coverage, Terms and Conditions
5. Insurance Risk Assessment
6. Existing Policies and Coverage
7. Risk Exposure and Liability
8. Insurance Claims
9. The Cybersecurity Insurance Audit
10. Reputational Harm
11. Insurance Premiums
12. Coverage Decision-Making
4:00PM  Adjournment
Experts
  • Eric Crusius
    Partner, Holland & Knight
    Eric, a Partner at Holland & Knight specializing in Government Contracts, Internet/Technology Law, and representing businesses of all shapes and sizes, was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star. This honor is only given to the top 2.5% of attorneys who meet certain criteria. Eric has appeared as a g...
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Delivery Method: Group-Live Classroom
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