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CyberScape

CyberScape
CyberScape

Recently, we’ve seen the growing importance of an airtight cybersecurity infrastructure amidst soaring data breeches and cyberattacks on our nation’s institutions. Our CyberScape series highlights the federal leaders who are setting the standards, building the systems, and safeguarding sensitive information across federal agencies. We cover topics including supply chain security, health data, national security, zero trust, IoT and connected devices and more.

Recent Events
September 29, 2022
8:00 - 11:30 AM ET
CyberScape: Zero Trust

Zero trust is sweeping across government. Following the May 2021 White House Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity, IT leaders are implementing new structures and systems to build the foundation for zero trust. Government leaders will address topics such as ICAM strategy and software-defined network access structure. Tech-minded leaders from defense and civilian agencies discuss best practices and how this will impact future procurements and their missions.

September 29, 2022
8:00 - 11:30 AM ET
CyberScape: Zero Trust

Zero trust is sweeping across government. Following the May 2021 White House Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity, IT leaders are implementing new structures and systems to build the foundation for zero trust. Government leaders will address topics such as ICAM strategy and software-defined network access structure. Tech-minded leaders from defense and civilian agencies discuss best practices and how this will impact future procurements and their missions.

Virtual Event
March 3, 2022
8:00 - 9:45 AM ET
CyberScape: ID

Faced with an executive order to improve cybersecurity, agencies are introducing processes to protect their systems and networks. Amid an evolving technology landscape that incorporates more virtual and cloud environments, application development and data access off premises, securing these systems to prevent unwanted breaches is mandatory. Leaders discuss strategies in zero trust, identity access management and more to bring cybersecurity approaches to the next level. 

Virtual Event
March 3, 2022
8:00 - 9:45 AM ET
CyberScape: ID

Faced with an executive order to improve cybersecurity, agencies are introducing processes to protect their systems and networks. Amid an evolving technology landscape that incorporates more virtual and cloud environments, application development and data access off premises, securing these systems to prevent unwanted breaches is mandatory. Leaders discuss strategies in zero trust, identity access management and more to bring cybersecurity approaches to the next level. 

Virtual Event
August 19, 2021
10:45 AM ET - 1:30 PM ET
CyberScape National Security

Cybersecurity is increasingly becoming synonymous with national security. As we become more connected, integrate technology into our infrastructure, and work to ensure our supply chains are secure, we’ll talk to leaders working toward securing our nation in this CyberScape event.

Virtual Event
August 19, 2021
10:45 AM ET - 1:30 PM ET
CyberScape National Security

Cybersecurity is increasingly becoming synonymous with national security. As we become more connected, integrate technology into our infrastructure, and work to ensure our supply chains are secure, we’ll talk to leaders working toward securing our nation in this CyberScape event.

Virtual Event
June 24, 2021
11:20 am
CyberScape Health Care

The COVID-19 pandemic made health IT more vulnerable than ever as cyberattacks on hospitals, public health organizations and research initiatives soared. This event will highlight the ways federal health IT leaders are securing their networks and sensitive information, and also look back on cyber lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual Event
June 24, 2021
11:20 am
CyberScape Health Care

The COVID-19 pandemic made health IT more vulnerable than ever as cyberattacks on hospitals, public health organizations and research initiatives soared. This event will highlight the ways federal health IT leaders are securing their networks and sensitive information, and also look back on cyber lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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