Today, Colin Glover of Sera-Brynn joined Armando Sey of the Maryland Innovation & Security Institute (MISI) for a presentation and Q&A session centered on the current state of the defense industrial base’s implementation of NIST-based cybersecurity standards.
Highlighted was Sera-Brynn’s report, “Reality Check: Defense Industry’s Implementation of NIST SP 800-171. Keen insights from certified cybersecurity assessors.” Published in May 2019, the report tracked trends over 2 years of cybersecurity audits within the Defense Industrial Base.
If you joined us today, thanks for taking the time to watch!
Slides from today’s webinar are available here.
This blogpost will be updated to include the record webinar.
Colin Glover is principal of Sera-Brynn, a cyber risk management firm based in Chesapeake, Virginia. Colin manages the company’s audit and assessment work, including FedRAMP assessments and validations of NIST-based cybersecurity frameworks.
Colin has experience supporting intelligence and information security efforts in both the federal and private sector. His hold numerous certifications and degrees, including CISSP. He was formerly a Counterintelligence Special Agent with the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) and served in the United States Marine Corps.
Contact Sera-Brynn at www.sera-brynn.com or info@sera-brynn for more information.