• Cybersecurity 2017: Safeguarding Government in an Era of Emerging Threats

    01:23:07 | May 17, 2017 | Cybersecurity, CDM

    Cybersecurity has never been more important to the government, and the threat continues to rise. According to a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office report, increasingly sophisticated threats to information technology systems underscore the importance of preventing a major breach where the loss of confidentiality, integrity or availability can have a severe or catastrophic adverse effect on government operations, assets or individuals.

    As a nation, we face a host of emerging threats in cyberspace that jeopardize the integrity of democracy, the privacy of citizens, as well as the infrastructure, economic stability and national security of our country.

    View this eye-opening panel discussion where government IT leaders weigh in on:

    • Cybersecurity threats inherent in technology advances such as the cloud technology and machine-to-machine communication.
    • Adversarial threat sources such as cyber criminals, hackers, cyber terrorists, malicious insider threats and nation states and the attack methods they employ.
    • The role authentication and other IT solutions are  playing in controlling access and protecting government data.
    • Strategies for improving security discipline and cyber hygiene in the federal workforce. 

    Speakers include: 

    • Sally Holcomb, Deputy Chief Information Officer, National Security Agency/Central Security Agency (NSA/CSS)
    • Mark Kneidinger, Director, Federal Network Resilience, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    • Dr. Leslie Perkins, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Air Force Information Dominance, and CIO, U.S. Air Force




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