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In-Person April Chapter Meeting

Thursday, April 18, 2024, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Capital One, Tysons Corner, VA
1680 Capital One Drive, Room 100A
McClean, VA  
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Ryan J Bellack
Chapter Meetings
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Please join ISC2 Northern Virginia Chapter on Thursday April 18, 2024, at 6pm.

Event Location:

1680 Capital One Drive
McLean VA 22102
Room 100A

Event Agenda:

6:00 - 6:30pm    Check-in
6:30 - 8:00pm    Chapter Meeting

Parking Information: 

Please park at the "C2 Garage" that is directly connected to the building we will have the Chapter meeting.

Topic of Discussion: Reduce Risk by Automating Compliance with OSCAL
Compliance is an arduous manual process. The traditional approach of producing compliance artifacts and meeting regulatory requirements is resource-intensive. Automating large parts of compliance gives your organization a continuous view of its risk profile and frees resources for higher-value work. OSCAL is a new standard authored by NIST to automate compliance artifacts. In this session, security and risk leaders will introduce themselves to OSCAL and learn how to leverage it to manage compliance risks.


Valinder Mangat
Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at DRTConfidence Inc.

Speaker Bio:

Valinder Mangat is the Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at DRTConfidence Inc., a contributor to the OSCAL standard, and an avid technologist. As a 30-year Information Technology veteran for various Government Agencies and Fortune 100 clients, Valinder brings diverse experience in implementing complex enterprise systems and shares a unique perspective in preparing organizations for OSCAL adoption.