On Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 11:45 am to1:15 pm, the Innovation and Leadership Institute’s (ILI) Speaker Series will welcome Ron Martin, CPP, to the Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Auditorium.
Martin will provide an executive level summary of the Identity, Credentialing, and Access Management (ICAM) framework.
“This is a federal government blueprint that all Americans can be proud of – one that can be readily applied within any organization that exercises access control,” Ken Crockett, director of Capitol’s Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center, said.
The ICAM framework provides a road map that government (federal, state, local, and tribal) and industry leaders can implement in order to create a consistent approach for managing the vetting and credentialing of individuals requiring access to information systems and facilities.
Martin’s discussion will include an overview of the ICAM requirements determination, program implementation, convergence, and modernization of logical and physical access control systems.
The ILI Speaker Series is an on-going initiative created to help students and participants gain leadership and technical skills from the experiences and teachings of industry professionals.
Participants can attend in person at Capitol’s Laurel campus in Maryland, or they can attend at-a-distance via webinar. This event is free of charge. Attendees on campus and by webinar are asked to RSVP by Noon on Nov. 8.
About Ron Martin
Ron Martin, CPP (Certified Protection Professional) serves as the executive director for the Open Security Exchange. Established in 2003: Open Security Exchange is a § 501(c)(3) not-for-profit association of security experts that provides a forum for security firms, consultants, end-users, government agencies, manufacturers, system integrators, and allied organizations to mutually define opportunities for physical and logical convergence and interoperability.
Martin is also the sole proprietor of Consultancy Coalition (Consullition). The Consullition provides business strategy consulting services that include, among others, implementing identity, credentialing and access management programs.
Martin recently retired from federal government service where he served as a physical security expert for the United States Department of Health and Human Services. In this capacity, he was responsible for the development, coordination, direction and assessment of nationwide physical security and identity management programs. These duties included providing physical security subject-matter-expertise to the National Institute for Standards and Technology and the Federal Identity, Credentialing and Access Management (FICAM) Sub Committee.
Martin is a retired US Army Officer with over 27 years of active and reserve military police service. He holds an Associate of Applied Science degree from Northern Virginia Community College, a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University and a Master of Science degree from Frostburg State University. The Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky designated Ron as an Honorary Kentucky Colonel for his service to the Commonwealth. In 2005, the Georgia Senate in Senate Resolution 439 recognized and commended Ron for his outstanding service to Augusta/Richmond County, Georgia.