September 25
Duration: 1 hour

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Wednesday, Sept 25, 2013
10:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes

When it comes to Cybersecurity, it’s the end of business as usual. And as always, the Center for Digital Government and Public CIO have assembled all of the key research, reporting, and analysis to keep your team ahead of the game.

Let’s face it: the cybersecurity landscape changes dramatically every day. New threats and players are emerging and new vulnerabilities are being exposed. 4.2 million Social Security numbers were recently exposed in South Carolina. 800,000 people had their personal information compromised in Utah. The list goes on and on. Many organizations have already been breached, and they don’t even know it.

But if you talk to the experts, the situation is far from gloom and doom. New hot topics, key strategies, and innovative training methods are making a difference. To get a perspective on the rising role of nation states and cyber warfare, for example, we reached out to Maj. Gen. J. Kevin McLaughlin, commander of forces in the Air Force Space Command and the Air Force component of U.S. Cyber Command. He helped us get to the heart of the matter, noting, “Some articles in the media may overstate the specter of ‘cyber war,’ while others may downplay threats in the domain; however, as with most things, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.”

Join the Center for Digital Government and Public CIO for a live, interactive webinar on this critical topic. You will learn:

  •     New threats and vulnerabilities – and how to combat them
  •     Insights on the persistence of the insider threat
  •     How to protect your growing fleet of mobile devices
  •     New trends in training and personnel awareness


John Miri
Center for Digital Government


William Pelgrin
President and CEO
Center for Internet Security

Kristin Judge
Executive Director
Trusted Purchasing Alliance
Center for Internet Security

For questions or to register, contact:

Jeremy Smith
Registration Coordinator
Center for Digital Government
(800) 940-6039 ext 1402

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