Live Event Series
Managing substantial amounts of sensitive data, government at all levels is increasingly targeted by sophisticated cyber attacks. As more and more critical infrastructure goes online, how can federal, state, and local government protect against the ongoing and ever-evolving threat landscape? This series of events will highlight the disruptive technologies and innovative strategies to secure digital infrastructure from modern cyber threats and protect the nation’s critical data and assets.
Whether it’s protecting sensitive data, ensuring the secure delivery of services, or conducting cyber warfare, cybersecurity must be a top priority for all levels of government. However, in order to build an effective cybersecurity strategy that protects both information and citizens, governments must have a cultural foundation of cyber awareness, training, and vigilance. In Atlanta, we will convene federal, military, state and local leaders to discuss the elements of cybersecurity posture—from communication with executives, citizens, and other stakeholders, to ensuring government staff across the board employ cyber best practices, to maintaining adequate risk mitigation policies.
With cyber threats on the rise, how can governments prepare to prevent, mitigate, respond to, and recover from such attacks? Vigilance against cyber threats requires not only significant investments in hyper-secure technology infrastructure, but also a highly skilled workforce. In Austin, hear from the federal, state and local leaders who are partnering across government, industry and academia to prioritize cybersecurity readiness through technology, people, and more in order to secure government’s critical data and continue delivering essential citizen services.
The nation’s second-largest city, Los Angeles and the surrounding region serve millions of citizens, all of whom are affected by the security of its data, infrastructure, services and transportation. At this event we’ll look at the innovation partnerships that local government, federal government, and the private sector in Southern California have pioneered to ensure that these critical assets remain secure. From threat sharing to integrating operations, we will explore how government is harnessing its collective resources to combat emerging cyber threats.
As the management of government information and services moves online, securing the nation’s critical infrastructure from cyber attacks is essential to national security and the integrity of our democracy. In Denver, we will explore how city, state, federal and defense communities are safeguarding some of the nation’s most valuable assets—both physical and digital.
The Trump administration has made IT modernization and digital government a top technological priority. As government systems become more sophisticated and more services move online, the vulnerability to cyber attacks also increases. Securing elections, vendors, public and private data, and matters of national security faces newfound challenges in today’s continuously shifting threat landscape.
At this event, we will examine federal cybersecurity policy and trends, federal support for state and local cybersecurity, and how the government is identifying, responding to, and mitigating cyber threats to national security. Be part of the conversation and don’t miss this opportunity to network and share perspectives and best practices with your peers in federal, state and local governments and defense communities.