The Continuous Trend of a Dynamic Cyber Landscape

Even with a new administration coming in causing some priorities to shift, cyber security still remains one of the most important topics for government leaders in 2017.

It’s critically important for government professionals to stay on top of best practices and be in the know when it comes to evolving cyber threats.

The Cyber Security Summit takes an extensive look at the current landscape of cyber security for government organizations. At these educational conferences, you’ll hear from cyber experts from the FBI, NSA, US DOJ and top cyber companies about emerging threats and solutions that can help thwart cyber attacks.

The Cyber Security Summit will be held in 9 regions of the U.S. this year:
• Denver, CO: March 1st
• Atlanta, GA: April 6th
• Dallas, TX: May 5th
• Seattle, WA: June 1st
• Washington DC: June 29th
• Chicago, IL: August 8th
• New York, NY: September 15th
• Boston, MA: November 1st
• Los Angeles, CA: November 30th

Learn from interactive panels, discussions & roundtables covering:
• The Compliance Nightmare: Using Your Solution Provider as a GPS For Navigating The Perilous Road To Compliance
• What Emerging Risks Are Likely To Become Major Threats Facing IoT and Big Data? What New Countermeasures & Cutting Edge Technologies Are Available For Defense?
• Protecting Your Enterprise from Corporate Espionage: Keeping Insider Threats Outside
• You’re Breached! Hacking Back & Its Legal Repercussions. What’s Your Strategic Incident Response Plan?

Government officials that have spoken on past panels include:
• John P. Carlin: Assistant Attorney General for National Security for the U.S. Department of Justice
• Curtis Dukes: Director of Information Assurance, The NSA
• Chad Hunt: Supervisor of Computer Intrusion Squad, The Atlanta Field Office of The FBI
• Alan Davis: Special Agent of Electronic Crimes Task Force, The Atlanta Field Office of The U.S. Secret Service
• Ronald Yearwood: Section Chief of Cyber Ops, The FBI
• David Laufman: Chief of Counterintelligence, National Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice
• Richard T. Jacobs: Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, The FBI, New York Cyber Branch
• John Brown: Assistance Special Agent-in-Charge, Cyber & Counterintelligence, The FBI Chicago Branch
…as well as other confidential government cyber experts.

Here are just some of the top reasons for you to register to attend the upcoming Cyber Summits:
1. Learn from renowned security experts from around the globe during intimate panel discussions.
2. Evaluate and watch in-person demonstrations from dozens of solution providers who are also happy to answer your questions.
3. Stay local by having the selection of nine of the nation’s top cities for you to attend & avoid traveling across the country. The events are always for just one day only and are produced within first class hotels, not convention centers.
4. These events are one day only so you don’t have to take several days out of your busy schedule to attend.
5. Engage with hundreds of government peers and cyber security experts and share your experiences & insights.
6. Enjoy complimentary snacks & refreshments as well as a catered breakfast, lunch & cocktail reception throughout the day.
7. Learn from cutting edge industry partners and associations who also are focused on cyber security best practices.
8. As a GovLoop member, you can receive 50% off admission to the summit. If you are a senior level executive and/or active member of the government or military, register using Promo Code: GOVLOOP17 for 50% OFF. Register for a Cyber Security Summit now.*

Sponsors range from innovative start-ups to major multinational and Fortune 500 companies. For additional information including full agendas, participating solution providers & confirmed speakers, please visit CyberSummitUSA.com.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact 212.655.4505 ext. 230 / [email protected].

*All registrations are subject to approval by the Cyber Security Summit.


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