Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Trusted CI webinar: Updates from the Trusted CI Framework Cohort, April 25th @11am EST

Trusted CI's Scott Russell will be presenting the talk, Updates from the Trusted CI Framework Cohort, on Monday April 25th at 11am (Eastern).

Please register here.

The Trusted CI Framework is a minimum standard for cybersecurity programs. In response to cybersecurity guidance focused narrowly on cybersecurity controls, the Trusted CI Framework provides a more holistic and mission-focused standard for managing cybersecurity. In order to encourage adoption of the Trusted CI Framework, we have created a program called the Framework Cohort, where representatives from multiple NSF Major Facilities and other "Key Projects" participate in a group engagement with Trusted CI focused on adoption and implementation of the Framework.

This webinar will provide updates from the inaugural cohort, currently in progress, and discuss the opportunity to participate in future cohorts.

More information about the Framework can be found at https://www.trustedci.org/framework

Speaker Bio

Scott Russell is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. Scott was previously the Postdoctoral Fellow in Information Security Law & Policy. Scott’s work thus far has emphasized private sector cybersecurity best practices, data aggregation and the First and Fourth Amendments, and cybercrime in international law. Scott studied Computer Science and History at the University of Virginia and received his J.D. from the Indiana University, Maurer School of Law.


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