As the management of government information and services moves rapidly online, securing critical infrastructure from cyber attacks is essential to national security and the integrity of our democracy. Effective and influential cybersecurity tactics involve engaging a wide range of government leaders and thinking about everything from cutting edge technologies to revitalizing your workforce. During the CyberSmart 2020 Virtual Summit, join Nextgov and Route Fifty editors as they bring together cybersecurity experts from across all levels of government to discuss how issues like cyber readiness, remote work, foreign technology threats connect and impact other major security trends. Register today to hear about the future of cybersecurity across the nation.
Re-assessing Risk and Readiness Panel
As organizations adjust to working remotely, how can they make sure that their cyber posture remains protected? How can they ensure that their critical infrastructure and data, alongside the digital services their employees utilize, stays secure? During this panel, government experts will explore how telework has affected their cyber strategies and what the future holds for developing a strong cybersecurity culture.
A Session Presented by Our Underwriter FireEye
The Future of Networks Presentation
The government in today’s digital terrain is managing unprecedented amounts of important critical information across a variety of networks. How are government leaders managing the need for speedy network bandwidth as employees work from home with looming cyber threats? This presentation will investigate how the future and security of network architectures can connect with digital supply chain, broadband access and more.
A Session Presented by Our Underwriter Gigamon
NYC Cyber Command One-on-One Interview
Emerging Technology and the Law Panel
Now more than ever, as the Black Lives Matter movement reaches national prominence, there is a spotlight on the security of emerging technology, especially in policing. What value does surveillance technology provide law enforcement and how do they ensure this critical data stays protected? What ethical problems can arise? During this panel, Nextgov and Route Fifty editors will sit down with technology lawyers, Fusion Center leaders, and more to hear both sides of the future of technology in law enforcement.
A Session Presented by Our Underwriter Okta
Transforming Towards Collaborative Security Interview
Warding off impending foreign and insider threats to digital data and services doesn’t always mean just developing new cutting edge technologies. It is vital that government leaders are thinking about the best way to leverage new collaborations to secure their cyber posture. This one on one interview will examine how building a cyber community, maintaining resources, and engaging residents go hand in hand with cyber preparedness.
A Session Presented by Our Underwriter Fortinet