UMBC Cyber Defense Lab
PKI in the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
Chief Engineer – Joint Enablers
ID2 – Cyber Development Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency
12:00–1pm, Dec 1, 2017, ITE 228
As a combat support agency within the Department of Defense, DISA faces unlimited challenges with Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI). Chief Engineer Phil Scheffler will shed some light on DoD PKI at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), and challenges deploying PKI across such a large enterprise.
Philip Scheffler is the Chief Engineer for the ID2 Joint Enablers Division in DISA’s Cyber Development Directorate. He joined DISA in 2010 as an NSA Information Assurance Scholar on the Public Key Enablement team. Over the past 7 years, Phil has been the technical lead for various PKI initiatives for the DoD. Mr. Scheffler has a B.A. in Economics from Brandeis University and a M.S in Computer Science from Boston University.
Host: Alan T. Sherman, *protected email*
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