UNLIKELY BEDFELLOWS: PRIVACY, ANONYMITY, TECHNOLOGY AND SECURITY
The Government Cybersecurity Forum was created three years ago a result of the complexity of today’s global threat environment. As more devices connect to the Internet and data breaches continue to escalate,
the hottest debate in cybersecurity revolves around the balance between privacy, anonymity, technology
For the first time ever, join leading government, military, technology and policy experts as they gather in one room to help solve this urgent issue facing the government and industry in securing infrastructure.
Who should attend
Government Cybersecurity Forum is a free event, complete with breakfast and lunch. It is an opportunity to network and learn from cybersecurity experts. Attendees are eligible to receive continuing education credits required for PMP, CISSP, CSEP and ASEP certifications.
Government, Public Sector and Private Sector:
- CISOs, CIOs, CTOs and Cybersecurity Professionals
- Senior Information Security Professionals and Executives
- Security Administrators, Analysts and Consultants
- Privacy Officers and Risk Managers
- Washington Policymakers
- Military and Intelligence Community
- Government Technologists, Integrators and Solution Providers
- Technology Educators and Students
Experts from the front lines of cybersecurity
Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, USA (Ret.)
Former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
National Security and Cybersecurity Expert
Congressman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, Chairman House Committee on Homeland Security
and digital transformation expert
President and General Manager
Continuing Education Credits
Government Cybersecurity Forum 2015 attendees are eligible to receive continuing education credits required for PMP, CISSP, CSEP and ASEP certifications. Please be sure to provide your (ISC)2 Member ID during online registration or onsite to receive credit. Please contact Sara Herrmann if you have any questions.