May 5th, 2022
The Journey to the Cloud Mitigates Enterprise Risk
Presented by Google Cloud
Public cloud adoption can serve as the center point for digital transformation efforts. As organizations grapple with increasing challenges from adversaries and a call for increased transformation efforts, to include an improved cybersecurity posture, the drivers to consider a heavy investment in the adoption of cloud become increasingly compelling.
A Conversation with Roxanne A. Landreaux
Defense One Technology Editor Patrick Tucker takes a closer look at how DCSA IT leadership is preparing for the latest cyber threats.
Improving Cyber Posture with Better Storage
An Elite Underwriter Session, presented by NetApp & immixGroup
An organization’s cyber posture hinges, in large part, on an effective approach to data protection. The exponential increase in both cyber attacks and data sources presents a real challenge for the public sector. In this session, Jim Cosby from NetApp explains how the evolution of storage technology could level the playing field by enabling a new generation of cyber professionals to automate, integrate, and deploy data more effectively.
Leading the Charge - Securing the Infrastructure of Electric Vehicles
Powered in part by the recent Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, state and local governments are embracing electric vehicles and building the network infrastructure to support their use on a wide scale. With more electric vehicles on the road, the need for more charging stations grows as does the potential vulnerability to the energy sector to a cyber attack. In this session, Route Fifty will explore the potential cyber threats to electric vehicle infrastructure as well as consider how states and localities incorporate cybersecurity into their planning process.
Resilience and Persistence in Cybersecurity Through Artificial Intelligence (AI)
An Elite Underwriter Session, presented by Leidos
Cybersecurity professionals are living through an unprecedented time in the industry. With ever-maturing threat capabilities, blurred lines between state-sponsored actors and independent cyber criminals and maybe most importantly, a shortage of qualified cybersecurity talent, cyber warriors around the world are being tested every day. Advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) are beginning to be applied towards these cyber challenges. Aaron Nelthropp from Leidos talks with us about how his team is continuing to research and develop new ways trusted AI can help keep our customers’ most sensitive networks safe.