• Selling Cyber – Helping Agencies Implement What They Need Most

    | Nov 16, 2017 | Cybersecurity

    Government agencies face stringent cybersecurity compliance requirements and seemingly endless options for defending information, networks and systems. Despite continuous efforts to identify, prevent and mitigate malicious and unauthorized access, cyberattacks and breaches continue. Cybersecurity professionals discuss productive ways industry experts can help public sector practitioners meet their objectives.


    • Paul Grassi, senior standards and technology advisor, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce
    • Martin Gross, director, Network Security Deployment, Department of Homeland Security
    • Steven Hernandez, chief information security officer, Office of Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services
    • Douglas Perry, deputy chief information officer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    • Henry Sienkiewicz, author of “The Art of Cyber Conflict,” and former chief information officer and former vice chief information assurance executive and designated accrediting authority, Defense Information Systems Agency
    • Daniel Wiley, head of incident response, Check Point Software Technologies



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