Thank you for attending the Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop!

We hope you enjoyed this opportunity for professional information sharing. The event was focused on secure collaboration among industry partners and their supply chain members, mitigating the risks of information security breaches, and accelerating secure information sharing while reducing overall program costs. As always, we appreciate your support for TSCP.

Featured Speakers:

Mike Papay, Vice President & CISO, Northrop Grumman

Rob Carey, Vice President, CSC








Workshop Speakers:

Dave Coxe, CEO,

Iana Bohmer,
Specialist Leader, Deloitte & Touche

Anthony Bass, Cyber
Architect, Lockheed Martin

Keng Lim, CEO,

Jon Payne, General Manager, US Operations, Intercede

Karyn Higa-Smith,
Research & Development Program Mgr, DHS S&T

Keith Ward, CEO
& President, TSCP

Matt Thompson, President & Co-Founder,

Tom Moran,
Executive Director, All Hazards Consortium

John Tolbert, Vice President of Cybersecurity, Queralt Inc.

Shauna Russell,
Vice President for Legal, Privacy, and Policy, TSCP

Don Thibeau, Chairman & Founder, Open Identity Exchange (OIX)

Patrick Turcotte, Vice President of Policy and Control, Carillon Information Security Inc.

Bill Hoffman, Chief Information System Security Officer, Enterprise Engineering Services, LLC

Greg Hendricks, Vice President, Federal Government Programs,
Eid Passport

Greg Roecker, Lockheed Martin

Steve Race, Vice President of
Operations, TSCP

Philippe Laflandre, Vice President, Airbus Defence and Space


Presentations By and For the TSCP Community and Industry

SpeakerSquareSpeakers include information security leaders from government agencies, military departments, technology companies, the intelligence community, as well as TSCP members. The conference will showcase the work of the TSCP community and its efforts to solve common challenges that impact major programs today.

A Conference Agenda of Current, Crucial Subject Matter

QandASquareLearn strategies to secure information in the cyber world in the wake of daily news about the theft of personal identity, financial and proprietary information. Solving the problem will take a multi-pronged approach. Using federated trust frameworks increases security by managing identity vetting and access through a common technical baseline and a set of policy and governance rules.

Organized by the Industry Leader in Secure Collaboration

AudienceSquareFollowing the mission of TSCP, the conference will deliver information and expert insights designed to tackle today's challenges. TSCP member companies are the leaders in large-scale, international collaborative programs. The conference will tap this collective expertise to create an independent, market-focused forum on the challenges of collaboration and interoperability.