Government Innovation Seminar:
A National Strategy for Cyber Security —
How Do We Get There?
When: Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Where: The Willard InterContinental Hotel, Washington, DC
Presented by: The 1105 Government Information Group and Juniper Networks
The national discussion continues on the best ways to manage cyber security across Federal Government operations. How will the to-be-named Cyber Security Coordinator lead policy and strategy that will result in better defense of our national information assets, and consequently, our national economic security? How can and should public and private sector experts collaborate to introduce new technologies, training, and thinking within and among key communities of interest who currently protect our national cyber security infrastructure?
Plan to attend this Government Innovation Seminar to learn from recognized experts who have stood on the cyber security frontlines in government and industry and learn their perspectives on what we must do now, next, and in the future. Expand your understanding of where we are today, what are the critical threats to and vulnerabilities of government information systems, and where should our attention and resources be invested as we move into the new year. Bring your questions — attendees are encouraged to participate in this interactive program to share their insights on:
- Priority programs and actions needed in the near term to bolster national cyber security
- Where we are making progress and how to expand our defenses to more agency operating environments
- Common misconceptions about U.S. cyber security preparedness and steps underway to address shortcomings
- The role of technology and public/private partnerships needed to fortify cyber defenses
- Possible scenarios for future cyber security governance, policy, and strategy at the national level
Register today as space is limited for this FREE seminar. Plan to participate and engage the discussion about A National Strategy for Cyber Security — How Do We Get There?
We look forward to seeing you in early December.