August 31, 2021
What is the current status of cyber defense across Federal agencies? After the Biden administration’s first seven months, where do policies and priorities stand? In this session, Nextgov Editor Aaron Boyd will sit down with new OPM CIO Guy Cavallo for a discussion on the latest trends in cybersecurity and federal IT.
Leveraging Zero Trust Principles to Secure the Enterprise
To maximize the benefits of the cloud and reduce risks associated with hybrid IT environments, Leidos leverages Zero Trust principles to secure the enterprise and workloads. We use solutions that deliver predictive intelligence to extract actionable insights and improve resilience to failure.
Cyber Security and Public Service
In this session Nextgov sits down with leaders in the government and public policy space to learn more about life in the federal workforce as a cybersecurity professional, and what may lie ahead for individuals wishing to work in this growing field.
Secure Remote Work Enabled by Cloud and Zero Trust Architectures
Supporting the Executive Order on cybersecurity with cloud-enabled and zero trust architecture solutions for a modern, resilient, and secure workplace.
Securing Global Systems Against Catastrophe
Amid ever-growing worldwide risks like climate catastrophes, hacks, outages, and fiscal disasters, how are global networks working in sync to address, mitigate, and prevent these events? Join Avi Schnurr, CEO and President of the Electric Infrastructure Security (EIS) Council, in conversation with other disaster experts to find out.
Are the Hackers Haunting your Nightmares?
During the pandemic there has been a lot of fear around the theft and hijacking of sensitive data. Ransomware has become one of the most prevalent threats in our day to day lives and is keeping all of us up at night. As a result, the White House and other government agencies, such as NIST, have provided security frameworks on how to protect agencies and businesses.