Cybersecurity: it’s a priority for everybody these days. Whether you’re checking your work email on your own device, or your organization is thinking about moving services to the cloud, security is on everyone’s mind. And rightfully so. In 2013, 46,605 breaches of federal computer networks occurred. And between 2006 and 2012, cyberthreats increased by 782%. (No, that’s not a typo.) There’s a lot going on in the world of cybersecurity and in this training session, we’re looking to cover a good portion of it. Sign up to hear five, 10-minute lightning cyber sessions from government experts.
- Improving our cyber workforce to ensure we’re enabling employees with the necessary skills to overcome tomorrow’s challenges.
- Developing a comprehensive and effective identity and access management strategy to ease IT staff burden and increase user productivity.
- Strengthening public-private partnerships to increase collaboration and share best practices.
- What the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program is and how it’s helping the federal government secure its networks.
- What’s next? Security trends and innovation in government.
Barry Condrey: Chief Information Officer, Chesterfield County
Diana Burley, Ph.D.: Cyber Workforce Expert and Professor, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University