9:00 am – 3:30 pm followed by the networking reception in the Expo Hall
Target Audience: municipality, city, county, state, tribal CISOs, Chief Security Officers, CROs, CIO, CTOs, County Commissioners, those involved with exposure to cyber risk. GRC Governance, Risk and Compliance officers and those involved with Data Privacy. Possibly Chief Financial Officers that have to manage to risk. Restrict access to government attendees – sessions for governmental entities. SSLT – State, Local, Tribal
Discover the path together for the public sector
Threat brief from intel advisory
Leveraging cyber security as a digital transformation tool within the organization (lower cost, improved capabilities with all the things that are already …
Protecting your public confidence (How to avoid a Headline Creating “Water Tap” Events)
Changing the mindset…Cyber security is as much a public utility as your fire department, police and other public utilities. Data protection needs to be viewed the same as plowing streets, securing our water.
Cyber Hygiene issues
MS-ISAC national attacks, concerns and successes.
How can cities build a case for cyber funding?
Utilizing your current software investment – the best you can do with what you already have (Microsoft align with CIS NIST Recommendations)
Success stories featuring affordable ways to execute strategies
Lunch Personal Roundtable to talk amongst themselves on common topics/themes