CyberScape Summit

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CyberScape Summit

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Washington, D.C.

We’re bringing together the federal IT cyber community to tackle evolving cyber priorities during this full day in-person event. Federal and industry leaders break down how movements in zero trust, edge computing, identity management and more are impacting agency strategies to modernize IT and implement future solutions.

March 7, 2024
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Washington, D.C.

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8:00 - 9:00 am
Breakfast, Networking & Headshot Station
9:00 - 9:05 am
Opening Remarks
9:05 - 9:35 am
Opening Fireside Chat
9:40 - 10:15 am
Panel: Zero Trust Implementation

Zero trust is sweeping across government. Following the White House Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity, IT leaders are implementing new structures and systems to build the foundation for zero trust. Federal leaders will address topics such as ICAM strategy and software-defined network access structure.

10:15 - 10:30 am
Networking Break
10:30 - 11:05 am
Panel: Impacts of the National Cyber Strategy

The National Cybersecurity Strategy outlines dozens of initiatives for agencies, emphasizing public-private partnerships to mitigate cyber risks. As agencies adjust to the strategy and the White House's priorities, they will have to prioritize security, modernization and information sharing. Panelists will discuss how they are implementing the strategy and adapting to new cyber realities.

11:10 am - 11:45 am
Views From the Top - Lightning Rounds

Federal cyber leaders are managing, evaluating and assessing their agencies’ IT resources to combat some of the most pressing cyber challenges. Hear from these experts on how they envision their agency’s IT capabilities to enable their mission while staying ahead of evolving threats. 

11:45 am - 12:30 pm
Networking Lunch
12:35 - 1:00 pm
Flywheel Awards Presentation

The Flywheel Awards recognize leaders and their work in federal government. 

The flywheel — a critical component in a machine to increase its momentum — is also a critical symbol representing our publication’s goal to keep federal IT decision-makers informed on technology's impact on government. This momentum is what fuels the constant need for transformers to innovate in cybersecurity and communicate evolving cyber strategies across the ecosystem.  

Award categories include: Cyber Defender, Cybersecurity Rising Star and Zero Trust Advocate.

1:05 - 1:40 pm
Panel: Addressing Security Risks in Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud solutions are helping agencies meet mission-specific needs in digital environments and pushing data computing more at the edge. But this infrastructure can present unique cybersecurity challenges. Hear how agencies are thinking about the balance between operationalizing cloud resources while maintaining cybersecurity responsibilities and compliance.

1:40 - 1:55 pm
Networking Break
1:55 - 2:30 pm
Panel: Future Threats: Emerging Tech Security

The threat landscape is constantly changing along with the fast pace of technology, and federal agencies need to be primed and ready to respond to all threats. This panel will uncover how emerging technology like AI are impacting their cybersecurity approaches. 

2:30 - 3:00 pm
Closing Fireside Chat
3:00 pm
Closing Remarks

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