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  • Thursday, May 19, 2022 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

  • Tuesday, May 17, 2022 9:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

  • Friday, May 06, 2022 8:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Friday May 6th, 8am at The Westin Huntsville

    Our keynote speaker is Matthew Axelrod, Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement, U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry & Security, Washington, DC.  Mr. Axelrod’s message will be very timely, addressing the current world situation and the questions and concerns that many companies have regarding export regulations, sanctions, and how to maintain compliance to support global economic growth.

    Registration for Individuals and Reserved Corporate Tables are available for this event.   Register today as seating is limited.  I hope you can join us!

  • Monday, April 18, 2022 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Gain Insights into Top Army STRI Priorities and
    Connect with IC Leaders from Redstone Arsenal, DC,
    and across the Huntsville Region

    Register Now

    Join colleagues from across the Huntsville region for the Intelligence and National Security Alliance's (INSA) first in-person "Common Threads: Huntsville's Intelligence Community" event, taking place on Monday, April 18, from 5:00-7:30 pm at the Westin Huntsville.

    Following a welcome reception, the program will kick off with remarks from Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, followed by a keynote address by Karen Saunders, PEO for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation, U.S. Army. 

    In her remarks, Ms. Saunders will:

    • Discuss the Army’s multibillion-dollar modeling, simulation, training, and instrumentation program; and 
    • Share STRI priorities, including NextGen warfighter capabilities and improving the speed of acquisition

    Plus, there will be plenty of time for audience Q&A!

    Ms. Saunders will bring members of her team to the program, including senior leaders from the Army's Threat Systems Management Office located at the Redstone Arsenal.

    A 6:30-7:30 pm networking reception will conclude the program.

    Thank you to our supporting partner!

    Thank you to our sponsors!

    The Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit trade association dedicated to advancing collaborative, public-private approaches to intelligence and national security priorities. Through the application of industry expertise, leading-edge academic research and commercial best practices, INSA seeks to make the Intelligence Community more effective and efficient. INSA’s 160+ member organizations and 4,000+ individual and associate members include senior executives and intelligence experts in the public, private and academic sectors.





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  • Wednesday, April 13, 2022 12:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    April 13, 2022 - Representatives from Cyber Huntsville supported a cybersecurity panel discussion for a Kyrgyzstan Cyber Delegation visiting Alabama. Global Ties Alabama brings leaders from across the world to Alabama to showcase and exchange ideas on key topics.  The Kyrgyzstan delegation was part of a US State Department sponsored program to support emerging democracies by promoting cybersecurity. There was much discussion on how Cyber Huntsville was formed, our successful sponsorship of projects such as US Cyber Camp and the National Cyber Summit, and how we’ve grown to a successful organization. Perhaps we planted a seed of an idea that could grow into a Cyber Kyrgyzstan organization modeled after Cyber Huntsville. Pictured is the Kyrgyzstan delegation along with Cyber Huntsville Board Members Larry Burger, Chris Patty, Nisheeth Agrawal, and Brandon Umphrey.

  • Sunday, April 10, 2022 3:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    April 26 – 27, 2022


    The ICSJWG is excited to announce that the registration for the ICSJWG 2022 Spring Virtual Meeting has now opened!

    Register for the meeting < >  no later than April 25, 2022. The registration URL can also be found on our webpage, > . There is no cost to virtually attend this event.

    The registration link will take you to the Spring Meeting engagement hub, where you can review all of the presentations for each day.During registration, you can select any webcast, which will register you for all sessions on the agenda. Clicking on each webcast title will provide you with more information about the session and allow you to add it to your calendar.

    During the meeting, return to the engagement hub and click on the title of any presentation of interest and enter your email address used during your initial registration and enjoy the presentation!

    We are excited about the offerings for the upcoming virtual meeting!

    Virtual Meeting Highlights

    ·       The 2022 Spring Meeting kicks off on April 26, 2022, with an overview by Nitin Natarajan, Deputy Director of CISA, covering current CISA initiatives to collaborate with our private partners in “Public & Private Partnerships in ICS – A Unified Effort.” The day then continues with an agenda filled with informative presentations.

    ·       A ‘Capture the Flag’ activity is available from Saturday, April 23, starting at 10 a.m., through noon on Wednesday, April 27. The CTF exposes analysts to hunting across ICS networks for malicious behavior, with puzzles appropriate for both the beginner and the experienced analyst. Challenges include artifacts generated from IT/OT host forensic data, network data (from both Bro logs and PCAP), and OT equipment actively being exploited by a threat actor. The CTF will be accessible remotely across the internet. Some of the gamesrequire a computer that can run common cyber analytical tools such as Wireshark.You can register for the CTF at starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2022.

    ·       The CISA ICS Training updated overview will be provided on April 27. The Cyber-CHAMP© model has been created to help both IT and OT practitioners by synthesizing industry standards such as the NICE NIST Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. Specifically, the model is built to be applied at the practitioner level, accounts for any role in an organization, and can be deployed by any size or type of organization.

    ·       The Technical Workshop returns on April 27 with presentation topics, including Case Studies of Cyber Attack Precursors in the OT Environment, Ransomware Considerations for OT Environments, and ATT&CK in the CELR.


    All webcasts will be recorded for on-demand viewing and review, provided the presenter has released the material for on-demand viewing.

    Additional Information

    For additional information, please contact us at 


    Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

    U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)


  • Friday, February 25, 2022 12:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    NIST has issued a Request for Information (RFI) in the Federal Register to gather information about evaluating and improving cybersecurity resources for the cybersecurity framework and cybersecurity supply chain risk management.

    All relevant comments must be submitted by 04/25/2022.

    • Written comments in response to this RFI may be submitted by mail to Cybersecurity Framework, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 100 Bureau Drive, Stop 2000, Gaithersburg, MD 20899.
    • Online submissions in electronic form may be sent to 
    • Cite “RFI: Evaluating and Improving Cybersecurity Resources: The Cybersecurity Framework and Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management” in all correspondence. 
  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022 8:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Biden-Harris Administration released its vision for the Indo-Pacific region. Its central focus is sustained and creative collaboration with allies, partners, and institutions, within the region and beyond it.

  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022 8:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The rising geopolitical tensions in Eastern Europe have prompted the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency to issue a “shields up” advisory ( The defense industrial base is one of 16 official U.S. critical infrastructure sectors. Via a Defense Department communication received this morning, we encourage you to do three things.

    1. Heed the advisory.
    2. Report Cyber Incidents. DFARS 252.204-7012 stipulates a contractor’s requirement to rapidly report cyber incidents impacting Covered Defense Information (CDI) and/or the ability to perform operationally critical support within 72 hours of discovery to For questions or more information, contact DCISE ( or call the 24/7 Hotline at 1-877-838-2174).
    3. Get Assistance and Partner. These three organizations can assist you.
      • DoD Cyber Crime Center’s (DC3) DoD- Defense Industrial Base Collaboration Information Sharing Environment (DCISE) –; 24/7 Hotline – 1-877-838-2174
      • National Security Agency’s Cybersecurity Collaboration Center (CCC) –
      • National Defense Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ND-ISAC) – ND-ISAC is the official ISAC for the DIB Critical Infrastructure Sector recognized by DoD and DHS. The ND-ISAC is a private sector self-organized and self-governing entity; it is a trusted partner providing exceptional technical solutions and support to its members. Please email to contact the team or see ND-ISAC’s public-facing website at

    © 2022 National Defense Industrial Association

  • Friday, January 28, 2022 10:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Understanding and Mitigating Russian State-Sponsored Cyber Threats to U.S. Critical Infrastructure

    CISA updated an alert issued for Critical Infrastructure.  DHS Critical Infrastructure includes many of our member industries, such as:

    • Defense Industrial Base
    • Communications and Energy
    • Critical Manufacturing, which includes automobiles

    Review the alert to stay up to date on best practices recommendations.

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