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NeoSystems Corporation

#BigPictureCyber Town Hall Series

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Special Guest: Bob Kolasky, Sr. Vice President for Critical Infrastructure, Exiger

Bob Kolasky, now Senior VP with Software firm, Exiger, is the former lead to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) National Risk Management Center (NRMC) in 2018, at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  He is an experienced senior industry and government executive with a demonstrated history of achieving risk management strategies in Supply Chain Risk Management, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection, Risk Governance, Advanced Analytics, and Government-industry relations.

As one of CISA’s Assistant Directors, he oversaw the Center’s efforts to facilitate a strategic, cross-sector risk management approach to cyber and physical threats to critical infrastructure. The Center provides a central venue for government and industry to combine their knowledge and capabilities in a uniquely collaborative and forward-looking environment. Center activities support both operational and strategic unified risk management efforts. As head of the National Risk Management Center, Mr. Kolasky has the responsibility to develop integrated analytic capability to analyze risk to critical infrastructure and work across the national community to reduce risk. As part of that, he co-chairs the Information and Communications Technology Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force and leads CISA’s efforts to support development of a secure 5G network. He also serves on the Executive Committee for the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council.

Join NeoSystems’ CISO, Ed Bassett, and our special guest, Bob Kolasky, for a 30-minute NEW #BigPictureCyber Series discussion this Wednesday!  These sessions are recorded and complimentary, but registration is required.

For questions related to this webcast, please contact Elizabeth Jimenez, Executive Director, New Market Development (571-748-3752).