The recent cybertheft of 22 million federal personnel records at the Office of Personnel Management demonstrates Uncle Sam’s need for cyber experts more accurately than any missing critical skills report.
While the breach showcased the need for more cyber professionals, the fact is that public servants are always on the frontline of American defense, no matter their official title. But, how will we empower personnel to safeguard our interests and information as cyberthreats mount and evolve?
Unfortunately, there is no silver bullet to cybersecurity. Instead, government will have to adopt multiple tactics that work in concert and can evolve with new threat environments. Join us for our in-person, free half-day training on Tuesday, October 20th, 2015 at the Marriott at Metro Center hotel in Washington, D.C. We’ll discuss how government is adapting to changing cybersecurity demands.
You will learn:
- The current and future implications of government cybersecurity trends.
- How agencies are recruiting the next generation of cyber professionals.
- How cyber mandates and legislations are impacting the security of government.
- Security best practices from cyber leaders.
Attendees are eligible to earn up to 3.0 continuing professional education (CPEs) credits.