2018 CyberSci Symposium

CyberSci brings together stakeholders from across government, academia, and the cybersecurity industry to share the latest intelligence under one roof. This year’s premium day-long event will focus on building mission assurance and operational integrity amid an environment of persistent attacks and asymmetric threats.

Recent events illustrate the need for organizations to improve their ability to sustain operations during security breaches and other risks that degrade capabilities. From the incursions into the 2016 U.S. Presidential election to the phishing of French political parties in 2017/2018, cyber disruption has evolved to disinformation. Paired with trends like the growth of IoT, system resilience has become critical to both traditional information technology systems and large- scale critical infrastructures.

Registration is open now for ICF’s sixth annual cybersecurity conference. This year’s theme is Resilience and Security in the Age of Total Information. Participants will hear public and private sector leaders discuss the growing complexity of persistent cybersecurity threats.

The day’s agenda features:

  • Paul Stockton (Managing Director, Sonecon, LLC)
  • Robert Kolasky (Director, National Risk Management Center, DHS)
  • Diana Kelley (Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft)

…. and many more expert panelists across three breakout sessions with a focus on Adaptability and Resilience in the Cyber Threat Environment, exploring the threats and risks that directly affect the futures of all agencies and organizations.

Date: Thursday, December 6, 2018

Time: 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM (Breakfast & Lunch Provided. Networking Reception 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM)

Location: ICF Global Headquarters (9300 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22031)

Register here

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