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agenda - Capital Industrial Security Awareness Council
INDU ST R IA L SE CUR ITY AW AR E N ESS C O UNC IL
Capital Industrial Security Awareness Council (CISAC) Conference
September 16, 2015
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location:
BAE Systems
80 M Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
Metro Accessible:
-Green Line, Navy Yard stop, Half Street exit,
Building across M Street from Metro exit
Parking:
Underground and nearby parking lots are
available for a fee.
Registration & Fee:
Visit www.capitalisac.org and complete the online form
$15.00 (registered members)
$20.00 (non-registered members)
All payments are non-refundable and membership
status will be verified by the Membership Committee.
The following methods of payment will be accepted
at the door the day of the conference:
• Credit Card • Cash
For additional information or questions, please contact the Events Committee at:
[email protected]
AGENDA
INDU ST R IA L SE CUR ITY AW AR E N ESS C O UNC IL
08:30 – 08:50
Breakfast and Registration
08:50 – 09:00
Opening Administrative Remarks
09:00 – 09:45
John Massey, Alexandria Field Office Chief, Team 2
09:45 – 10:30
Lisa Savoy, Alexandria Field Office Chief, Team 1
10:30 – 11:00
Break, Meet and Greet DSS ISR’s
11:00 – 11:45
Sarah Laylo, Alexandria Field Office Chief, Team 3
11:45 – 12:00
Holiday Event Overview and Closing Remarks
Defense Security Services
John Massey – Alexandria Field Office Chief, Team 2
Mr. Massey became the Alexandria 2 Field Office Chief in July 2015. Mr. Massey leads a team of nine Industrial
Security Representatives supporting over 700 cleared contractor facilities throughout
Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Prior to becoming Field Office Chief, Mr. Massey supported the DSS
Operations Analysis Group (OAG) at DSS Headquarters in Quantico, VA for three years.
As part of his duties with the OAG, Mr. Massey facilitated, monitored, and addressed critical issues
overlapping with multiple DSS directorates which impacted operation of cleared facilities and cleared personnel
under the purview of the National Industrial Security Program. Mr. Massey disseminated security and CI threat
information among DSS programs and drove decisive action and mitigation of threats to DSS, the U.S. Government, and cleared industry. Prior to supporting the OAG, Mr. Massey was an Industrial Security Representative in
office he now leads, which is where he began his DSS career.
Before coming to DSS, Mr. Massey was an OPM investigator and conducted national security investigations on
individuals applying for National Security positions. Mr. Massey also has experience in
Diplomatic Security and previously taught a variety of criminal justice courses at the college level. During his
civilian career, Mr. Massey has supported the Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Office of Personnel
Management, and Department of State.
Mr. Massey has both Masters of Science and Bachelors of Science degrees in Criminal Justice from Radford
University. His areas of expertise include general security, physical security, personnel security, industrial security,
operations, and counterintelligence.
INDU ST R IA L SE CUR ITY AW AR E N ESS C O UNC IL
AGENDA
Defense Security Services
Lisa Savoy – Alexandria Field Office Chief, Team 1
Upon graduating high school Ms. Lisa Savoy began her military career as a Morse Systems Operator for the U.S.
Air Force, 6917th ESC, San Vito Italy. She later was assigned to Fort George Meade, MD where she was honorably
discharged. Ms. Savoy attempted to leave the “classified” world behind however still supported the warfighter as
well as local police officers by working for Beretta USA distributing firearms to the military and law enforcement
personnel across the US. Acknowledging however security was still in her blood Ms. Savoy began her civilian
career at the Naval Research Laboratory establishing the basis for her Industrial Security background. After 8
years and multiple offices within the Navy structure Lisa found her way to the Defense Security Service where
she has been for 13 years working her way from a GG-7 Industrial Security Representative to her current position
as the Field Office Chief for Alexandria Field Office Team 1.
Lisa enjoys traveling when not working and spending quality time with her large family and group of friends.
Defense Security Services
Sarah Laylo – Field Office Chief, Alexandria 3
Ms. Sarah Laylo began her career as a Military Intelligence O
y. She served as an Intelligence
o
red Division Artillery, and as a Platoon Leader and Executive O
r, and Analysis and
Control Team Chief in the 501st Military Intelligence Battalion, 1st Armored Division. She deployed in support of
red
e
contractor supporting the 902nd MI Bn at Ft. Huachuca, AZ, and then as an Operations Manager with Frito Lay for
several years. Ms. Laylo returned to government service in 2008 when she began her career with the Defense
Security Service. She has served in several di r
Director (Ms. Kathleen Watson), then as the National Industrial Security Program Branch Chief (now the Quality
Assurance and Field Support Branch), and now as the Alexandria 3 Field O
Ms. Laylo is married and has 2 daughters, ages 7 and 3. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree (Cum Laude) in
French Language and Literature from Gonzaga University in 1997.
INDU ST R IA L SE CUR ITY AW AR E N ESS C O UNC IL
Gold Level Sponsors
Silver Level Sponsors
CISAC Supporters
AGENDA
CISAC Leadership
The Board is comprised of security professionals from cleared defense contractors with extensive years of experience and the Defense Security Service (DSS). In
a collaborative effort to promote security education and awareness, training and a
cohesive relationship with the industry, DSS provides direct support to the CISAC.
Journalia C. McCloud
President
& Executive Board of Directors
Chairman
Abrahem Helal
VP & Communication Chairman
Gray Graphics Corporation
William Branch
Cindy Ramer
Secretary
Booz Allen Hamilton
T. Gregg Rhame
Mentorship Chairman
& Executive Board of Directors
The Tauri Group
Treasurer
BAE Systems
Jennifer Skelton
DSS & Executive Board of Directors
CISAC Committee
The Capital Industrial Security Awareness Council (CISAC) Committee Members
consists of active and experienced security professionals from various locations
within the National Capital Region (NCR). These committees provide insight and their
expertise to the CISAC Executive Board. The Committee Members are your first line of
resource for developing enhanced security awareness and assistance to CISAC
Members in the NCR.
Nita Grace
Nicky Acchionne
Events Chairman
Zimmerman Associates, Inc.
Membership Co-Chairman
Thermopylae Sciences & Technology
Cheryl Morgan
Renee Mason
Membership Co-Chairman
KPMG, LLP
TBD
Financial Chairman
Quality Assurance Chairman
Navanti Group, LLC
INDUSTRIAL SECURITY AWARENESS COUNCIL
“Committed to securing our Nation, Dedicated to helping our Community.”

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