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Innovative Solutions for Post-Covid Security Challenges

Q&A With Michelle Sutphin, SAIC CSO

Thursday, July 8
1pm EST
Michelle SutphinCSO, SAIC
John DillardCEO, ThreatSwitch

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Here's What We'll Talk About With Michelle

The unprecedented turnover in the national security workforce.

The permanent shift to remote work and the associated risks for enterprises.

The confluence of regulatory change in cyber, personnel, and facility security domains.

About The Hosts

Michelle Sutphin, ISP
Chair, Security and Counter Intelligence Division, NDIA, Chief Security Officer, Science Applications International Corporation

Michelle Sutphin is currently the chief security officer to supervise compliance with SAIC’s security policies and programs supporting customers.

Sutphin has more than two decades of experience across security. Prior to joining SAIC, she served as vice president of corporate security at BAE Systems. Sutphin was responsible for the creation, implementation and supervision of security policy.

She served as vice president of Security P&S and facility security officer with BAE Systems. Sutphin also held the position of director of Corporate Security with American Systems, as well as Facility Security Officer/HR Generalist III for Integic. 

Sutphin currently serves as chair of the security and counterintelligence division at National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), where she promotes communication between government agencies and other industrial working groups. 

In her position with NDIA, she advocates for the mission of the National Industrial Security Program. She also served two years as the industry spokesperson for the National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee and nearly five years as secretary for the Board of Directors at NCMS.

John Dillard
Founder and CEO

John Dillard is the Founder and CEO of ThreatSwitch and a recognized author and speaker on security, insider threat, and counterintelligence. His most recent work focuses on how technology and collaboration can improve security for both public and private sector organizations.

His company, ThreatSwitch, delivers software that helps cleared contractors build and maintain NISPOM-compliant security programs that engage employees, reduce company costs, and minimize administrative burden. Under John’s leadership, ThreatSwitch has been recognized as a 2018 NVTC Tech 100 company, 2018 Moxie Award finalist for being bold in business and 2019 Start Charlotte award finalist for Entrepreneurial Innovation.  

John started his career at the CIA, where he was an Analyst and Graduate fellow focused on nuclear proliferation and nuclear security. His 20+ year career in security and intelligence includes time as an intelligence officer in the US Navy Reserve – where he was a unit security manager – and a stint as an FSO for his cleared company. He is also a Founder of Big Sky, a consulting and training firm that specializes in security, insider threat, and counterintelligence. 

John is the author of Microslices, a book focused on how data science, artificial intelligence, and automation are driving rapid change in white collar work. He sits on the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Security Policy Reform Council and Insider Threat Subcommittee, and is the recipient of several honors and awards, including Charlotte’s Forty under 40, Charlotte Fast 50, The University of South Carolina’s Distinguished Young Alumnus Award, and The US Army Commander’s Award for Public Service for his work on personnel security clearance reform.

John is passionate about three things outside of work: Nerve 2019, for which he serves as chairman; F3, which plants, grows and serves small workout groups for the invigoration of male community leadership; and his family of 4 in Charlotte, NC.

You won’t want to miss the chance to learn from SAIC Chief Security Officer, Michelle Sutphin.