CyberScape Threat Prevention

CyberScape Threat Prevention

 
CyberScape Threat Prevention
CyberScape Threat Prevention
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Virtual Event

Many cybersecurity leaders have consistently called upon a collective effort in tackling our nation’s biggest cybersecurity threats. This includes calls for policies in mandatory cyber incident reporting and ongoing training and development to maintain cybersecurity hygiene and best practices. Federal cybersecurity experts discuss how they are working to reduce human error and hunt down ransomware attackers to keep government agencies secure from cyber all threats. 

Date
December 8, 2022
Time
11:00 am
Where
Virtual event
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CyberScape Threat Prevention

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

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Fireside Chat: The Collaboration to Crack Down on Ransomware

Confronting the threat of ransomware is a joint effort and requires collaboration between federal agencies and private industry. Federal agencies and industry can work together to share best cyber practices and information about emerging threats to strengthen U.S. cyber defenses.

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Panel: A Call for Cyber Incident Reporting 

Cyber incident reporting and information-sharing can help federal agencies break rolling waves of cyberattacks and help cyber advisors and law enforcement, like CISA, NSA, and the Department of Justice, warn federal agencies of emerging threats and track down cyber criminals faster. These leaders discuss the pros and cons of cyber incident reporting and what federal cyber professionals should know about potential reporting requirements.

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Panel: AI for Cyber Threat Hunting

AI can help reduce human error and automate cyber processes, improve threat-hunting capabilities, raise situational awareness around emerging cyber threats and provide actionable cyber intelligence for cyber professionals. Federal leaders discuss how they’re innovating with AI to improve cyber postures.

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Closing Remarks