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J_JTC_2019A 06/17/2019 09:08:45 AM Committee Summary

PUBLIC
STAFF SUMMARY OF MEETING
JOINT COMMITTEE COMMITTEE ON JOINT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
Date 06/17/2019
Attendance
Baisley X
Bridges X
Tate *
Titone X
Singer X
Todd X
X = Present, E = Excused, A = Absent, * = Present after roll call
Time 09:08:45 AM to 04:11:35 PM
Place SCR 352
This Meeting was called to order by Senator Todd
This Report was prepared by Andrea Denka
Hearing Items Action Taken
Presentation from the Governor's Office of Information Techology Committee Discussion Only
Presentation from the National Cybersecurity Center Committee Discussion Only
Presentations from Various Cybersecurity Companies Committee Discussion Only

09:08:46 AM
Luisa Altmann, Legislative Council Staff,
provided an overview of the meeting agenda.



Presentation from the Governor's Office of Information Techology - Committee Discussion Only


09:11:09 AM  
Debbi Blyth, Chief Security Information
Officer for the Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT), gave
a presentation about cybersecurity in Colorado using a PowerPoint (Attachment
A).
10:06:19 AM  
Ms. Blyth responded to questions from the
committee about two-step email verification, attachment scanning, cybersecurity
training for students, and auto-updates.
10:11:52 AM  
Yvette Florez, Senior Manager of Identity
& Access Management at OIT, presented on secure access in Colorado.
 Ms. Florez responded to questions about two factor authentication
and employee offboarding.  
10:39:56 AM  
Ms. Florez and Ms. Blyth responded to questions from the committee about blockchain technology in cybersecurity.



Presentation from the National Cybersecurity Center - Committee Discussion Only


10:56:12 AM  
Vance Brown, CEO of the National Cybersecurity
Center (NCC), and Forrest Senti, Director of Business and Government Initiatives
at NCC, gave a presentation on national cybersecurity (Attachment B).  Mr.
Brown and Mr. Senti responded to questions from the committee about cyber
camps for students.  
11:55:22 AM  
The committee took a break for lunch.



Presentations from Various Cybersecurity Companies - Committee Discussion Only


01:29:21 PM  
Tim Howell and Aaron Goldstein, representing
Tanium, presented about the work of their company to the committee using
a PowerPoint (Attachment C).
01:39:26 PM  
Alex Wood and Robb Reck, representing Colorado
= Security, presented about the work of their organization to the committee.
 
01:45:40 PM  
Jason Vossler and Everett Denney, representing
Optiv, presented about the work of their company to the committee using
a PowerPoint (Attachment D) and distributed a handout (Attachment E).
01:57:15 PM  
James Carder and Sara Avery, representing
LogRhythm, presented about the work of their company to the committee using
a PowerPoint (Attachment F).
02:08:14 PM  
David Waugh, representing ManagedMethods,
presented about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint
(Attachment G).
02:18:44 PM  
Jay Prassl, representing Automox, presented
about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment
H).  
02:33:21 PM  
Cameron Williams and Patrick Morrisroe,
representing Overwatch ID, presented about the work of their company to
the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment I) and provided a handout
(Attachment J).
02:43:16 PM  
Dustin Nowak, Jeffery Convington, and Keith
Novak, representing FireEye, presented about the work of their company
to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment K) and provided handouts
(Attachments L and M).
02:52:31 PM  
Dean Weiner, representing Atos, presented
about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment
N).
03:05:00 PM  
Brian Beyer, representing Red Canary, presented
about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment
O).
03:14:54 PM  
Cody Cornell, representing Swimlane, presented
about the work of his company to the committee.
03:23:56 PM  
Kelly Brazil and Jeannine Klinefelter,
representing ThreatX, presented about the work of their company to the
committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment P) and distributed handouts (Attachment
Q).  
03:31:18 PM  
Alan Ferguson, representing Coalfire, presented
about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment
R).
03:38:49 PM  
Kevin Ford and Marc Haverland, representing
CyberGRX, presented about the work of their company to the committee using
a PowerPoint (Attachment S).
03:49:50 PM  
Rick Tillery, representing Spartan, presented
about the work of his company to the committee using a PowerPoint (Attachment
T).  
03:58:47 PM  
Robb Reck and Kyle Meinhold, representing
Ping Identity, presented about the work of their company to the committee
using a PowerPoint (Attachment U).  
04:09:15 PM  
Committee members made concluding remarks.


04:11:35 PM   The committee adjourned.






Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly is Temporarily Adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 30, 2020. 

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