April 24, 2014 On April 24, join leading public sector experts, and other thought leaders at this complimentary event to learn more about the data processes and technology innovations organizations are leveraging to realize value from their most critical data assets. Discover how to accelerate your agency’s transformation toward a data-centric enterprise and unlock your information potential. You will leave with actionable strategies for reducing risk, improving regulatory compliance, and increasing preparedness to threats. Attendees will leave with actionable strategies for reducing risk, improving regulatory compliance, and increasing preparedness to threats.
April 8, 2014 How can cloud help your agency keep pace with advances in security and mobility? On April 8, join Nextgov and the most creative minds in the federal tech space as they discuss what's trending in cloud computing and virtualization, how you can overcome challenges to bring the power of open source to your agency, and explore real use cases on how transitioning to the cloud has worked in both the public and private sector.
March 26, 2014 How can agencies already undergoing significant transitions ensure and plan security at the same time? On March 26th, we will discuss solutions to current and potential risks with industry analysts and government professionals. Join us to learn about:
March 6, 2014 With the Intelligence Community under extraordinary scrutiny and calls from Congress and the American public to reform security clearance processes, industry leaders and policymakers are seeking ways to improve the evaluations and processes that give cleared employees access to sensitive personal and national security information. On Thursday, March 6, join INSA and Government Executive Media Group to learn about: Progress made in implementing security reforms, Emerging trends in the security clearance process, and Leveraging existing technology for innovative security enhancements.
February 11, 2014 How can your agency get ahead of an insider threat before it happens? Join Nextgov for a critical conversation with Defense cyber risk management and counterintelligence executive Mark Nehmer.
November 20, 2013 NEW DATE ANNOUNCED: November 20 & 21. Due to the government shutdown, Nextgov Prime has moved to November. The event will explore the issues at the core of government IT such as cloud computing and data & analytics, emerging social and mobile technology trends, threats and security challenges, and harnessing the power of technology to better service citizens, industry partners, and agency missions.
November 20, 2013 Watch the online extension of Nextgov Prime 2013 - you may watch any of the sessions and access additional resources once you have registered. Nextgov Prime’s sessions focus on the issues at the core of government IT such as cloud computing and data & analytics, emerging social and mobile technology trends, threats and security challenges, and harnessing the power of technology to better service citizens, industry partners, and agency missions.
November 13, 2013 On November 13, join your federal colleagues at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, where the results of the Government Business Council’s poll on retaining and developing tomorrow’s federal workforce will be presented and learn about best practices on retention and closing skills gaps from a panel of experts.
August 21, 2013 The Defense Industrial Base comprises more than 100,000 companies and subcontractors who work alongside DoD to secure critical systems against intrusions. But with slashed defense budgets, federal and corporate plans for protecting the U.S. cyber infrastructure are subject to serious alterations.
Assessing Cyber Research and Development: What Progress Has Been Made and What Are the New Priorities?
July 25, 2013 In December 2011, the White House released a report entitled Trustworthy Cyberspace: Strategic Plan for the Federal Cybersecurity Research and Development Program, guiding federal R&D spending and priorities in cybersecurity. A year and a half later and in light of recent high-profile hackings and security breaches, how is federal cybersecurity research and development progressing?