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Join the leading cyber security thought leaders, strategists, and technical gurus at the 2016 Symantec Government Symposium, an engaging one-day event covering today’s most pressing cyber issues. Examine the latest threat data and trends. Follow a cyber simulation and explore breach forensics. Discuss cyber policy as we move toward Election Day. Get smart on insider threats and identity management. Share best practices on workforce awareness. […]

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CDM & Eggs

CDM and Eggs Breakfast – Phase II: May 18, 2016 CDM spent the winter hibernating as FITARA and FedRAMP stood in the spotlight, but with a few recent moves by DHS – its right back in the forefront of agency planning. With all Phase I contracts awarded – and one year away from the 2017 […] […]

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As new cyber threats and adversaries emerge at a rapid pace, our government is under fire on multiple fronts.  Agencies are bolstering their defenses and collecting vast amounts of security data, but the sheer volume of it is overwhelming.  Threat intelligence can help agencies glean valuable insight from that data – revealing emerging threat trends, […] […]

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Cyber Spring Madness: May 26, 2016 The Obama Administration is driving cyber initiatives hard – and asking agencies to double down on existing security efforts – as it wraps up its final term. Pressure to improve detection and prevention against cyber-based threats to Federal systems and infrastructure is high. DHS’s cyber workload is increasing, the […] […]

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CDM/CMaaS The first Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2014 focused on a critical component of a successful comprehensive cyber security strategy, continuous monitoring. The CDM/CMaaS roundtable featured speakers John Streufert, Director, Federal Network Resilience and Mark Kneidinger, Senior Advisor, Federal Network Resilience from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Thank you to Carahsoft, […] […]

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Data Loss Prevention The second Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2014 focused on a data loss prevention (DLP) and data breach. Thank you to speaker Tom Bayer, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for leading the DLP roundtable. […]

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Defend Against Cyber Threats The final Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2014 focused on defending data against cyber threats and how agencies can use big data security and platform-based approaches to monitor, analyze, and prevent cyber attacks. We were joined by guest speaker Rod Turk, Chief Information Security Officer at the Department of […] […]

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Insider Threats The first Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2015 focused on insider threats – how agencies are identifying and tracking internal threat suspects. The roundtable featured guest speaker Ron Rowe, Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, Criminal Investigative Division – Cyber Security, U.S. Secret Service. Thank you to Palo Alto for […] […]

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Shadow IT and Parallel Networks The second Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2015 focused on shadow IT – how agencies or CIOs can leverage outside IT productivity tools but enforce corporate IT governance policies and procedures. The roundtable featured guest speakers Rich Beutel, former Senior Advisor, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, […] […]

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Cyber Spills – Securing Data The third Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2015 focused on Federal data spills and the mitigation and prevention strategies for effective response, and the identity proofing and authentication required to prevent cyber spills. Thank you to guest speaker Paul Grassi, Senior Standards and Technology Advisor, NIST, for leading […] […]