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From advanced persistent threats (APT), evolving ransomware trends, or compliance mandates like the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity (EO), government agencies face unique cybersecurity risk decisions. They need to balance budgeting and staffing constraints with securing critical infrastructures, like healthcare, financial systems, and national defense.
At the 2022 Security Transformation Summit presented by Fortinet Federal and produced by FedScoop and StateScoop, public sector cybersecurity and IT management professionals will hear government and industry leaders discuss 2023 priorities, including ways to include future-proofing security into evolving digital modernization initiatives.
At the upcoming event, public- and private-sector leaders will share insights around key trends including:
The Summit brings together cybersecurity experts from across government and technology to discuss ways the federal, state, and local sectors can augment their current resources, examine security gaps, and implement best practices.
The event will be taking place in person for the first time since 2019 at the Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City, on December 8, 2022, from 8:30 AM-1:45 PM ET.
This year’s impressive keynote roster includes keynote addresses from:
In addition, Gerald Caron (CIO, Assistant Inspector General, Information Technology, HHS) will deliver a fireside chat “What’s Next? Zero Trust and the Cyber EO, 18 Months Later” to look into Zero Trust and the Cyber Executive Order, and how it is progressing.
This year’s Summit addresses the most important trends across the Federal space. Here are a few of the key discussions to expect from this year’s event:
Amid rapid digital transformation, IT footprints have grown, and Federal agencies need additional human and computer resources to keep up.
The Summit includes the following sessions addressing the Federal need to modernize IT:
Implementing zero trust architectures requires agencies to take a systematic approach to security that requires verification any time an application, user, or device wants to communicate.
Beyond the fireside chat, the Summit also includes a keynote address from Chris Cleary, Principal Advisor Cybersecurity, Dept. of Navy, titled, “The Military’s Journey to Zero Trust and Better Cyber.”
By incorporating future-proof security, government agencies can effectively and efficiently identify, contain, and eradicate threats.
At the Summit, Federal agency participants have the opportunity to learn how to build stronger security by attending:
Hosted by Fortinet Federal, we’d like to thank all of our sponsors, including:
Access the full agenda online and register today.
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