Join us November 30, 2022

As the government moves increasingly towards digital infrastructure, geopolitical tensions rise, and individuals access more endpoints from more locations than ever before, a strong cyber posture must be embedded in everything agencies do. 
 
Policy guidance such as the cyber executive order, NIST’s updated security risk framework, and the Cyberspace Solarium’s recommendations offer strategic direction while tactical playbooks such as CISA's Zero Trust Maturity Model and GSA’s FedRamp, provide clear best practices for agencies. However, despite these resources shifting threats, emerging technologies, and a competitive labor market make cybersecurity challenging, but essential. 
 
As agencies look to 2023 and beyond, advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence and zero trust are powerful tools in their arsenal for identifying, mitigating, and responding to cyber threats. Building the right workforce, partnerships, and processes will also be key. 
 
During this workshop, government and industry leaders will dive into these best practices around strengthening cybersecurity and share practical lessons learned from key federal agencies.  
 
Attendees will leave the workshop with a better understanding of: 
-How to leverage CISA programs, guidance, and models
-Why open source technology is more secure than many think
-How to begin preparing for emerging threats such as quantum computing
-Best practices for considering security during procurement
-New federal tools for hiring cyber talent
-The role artificial intelligence plays in cybersecurity 

EVENT COST

Free for Government/Military*
Industry/Contractor: $199
Washington Technology Insider: $165

*must provide valid .gov/.mil email address for government registration. Embedded contractors are subject to Industry price

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