Join the country's top cybersecurity leaders from the FBI, DHS, Veterans Affairs, Air Force, National Cancer Institute, SBA and U.S. Patent & Trade Office at the State of Cyber CXO Tech Forum on July 18 at The View of DC in Arlington, Va.
This tech forum will feature fireside chats and panel discussions with federal CIOs, CISOs and CTOs about zero day vulnerabilities, cloud security, partnership strategies, supply chain risk management and continuous monitoring, diagnostics and mitigation programs.
What you can expect: GovernmentCIO Media & Research events bring together leading academic, government, and industry technology transformers for real conversations, organic collaboration and networking.
When: July 18, 2019
Time: 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Where: The View of DC, Arlington, Virginia
Protecting Point of Care Privacy
With the increased need for data interoperability, how can government agencies and industry work together to ensure continuous point of care privacy for the individuals they serve and the data and systems they maintain?
Stories like critical infrastructure hacks, crossover for privacy and security, and the advent of 5G dominate the news. What are the top information security professionals doing to ensure new and legacy infrastructure as well as supplier ecosystems are also secure?
Keynote: Cyber Preparedness
What can agencies and industry do to more accurately and efficiently manage risk and increase cyber resilience? In the words of our Nation’s risk advisor, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, “Defend today, secure tomorrow.”
Industry Perspective: John McClurg, Vice President and Ambassador-At-Large, Office of Security & Trust, BlackBerry Cylance
CDM and Cloud Security
Emerging technologies are requiring information security experts to fundamentally rethink how they approach security. As more government agencies shift their data to the cloud, they must also move from a perimeter security model to one that balances security with access. Similarly, with faster-moving threats and a growing number of networked devices, agencies seek to use continuous diagnostics and monitoring tools to protect their assets.
Enter the Observation Deck Box Office on North Moore Street (not 1201 Wilson Blvd side), Arlington, VA 22209. It is directly across from the Rosslyn Metro, which is at 1850 North Moore Street. Parking garages are located nearby.
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