Andrea Little Limbago is a computational social scientist specializing in the intersection of geopolitics, geoeconomics, and evolving technologies. As the Senior Vice President of Research and Analysis at Interos, Andrea leads the company’s research and computational modeling regarding global supply chain risk. Andrea also is a Co-Program Director for the Emerging Tech and Cybersecurity Program at the National Security Institute at George Mason, an industry advisory board member for the data science program at George Washington University, a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center, and a board member for the Washington, DC chapter of Women in Security and Privacy (WISP). Her research has been published in dozens of media outlets, and she has presented at a range of cybersecurity conferences, including Black Hat, RSA, and USENIX Enigma. Andrea earned a PhD in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a BA from Bowdoin College.
For decades, the confluence of globalization and digitization drove supply chains toward increasing complexity, optimization and insecurity. These physical and digital ties are now rapidly fracturing along geopolitical fault lines – bringing forth a new era of increased cyber risk. To help mitigate those risks, CISOs must work closely with their partners to ensure security and collective resilience against disruptions. This workshop will discuss:
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