The Federal Executive Forum’s CDM in Government 2021

Date: On Demand
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: No Fee

Description

The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program is designed to provide an added layer of protection in a hybrid environment. What kind of progress have agencies made in the CDM phases and how are they keeping networks secure?

During this webinar, top government security experts from the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency, Department of Veterans Affairs and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency provide a CDM status update and look towards the future.

The following experts will explore the impact of the CDM program in government:

  • Richard Grabowski, Acting CDM Program Manager, Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency
  • Gary Stevens, Executive Director, Information Security Policy and Strategy, Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Jeremy Hyland, Chief Information Security Officer and Privacy Officer, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Department of the Treasury
  • Matthew Marsden, Vice President, Technical Account Management, Public Sector, Tanium
  • John Fanguy, Chief Technology Officer, Federal, Micro Focus Government Solutions
  • Bruce Hembree, Field Chief Technology Officer, Cortex, Palo Alto Networks
  • Moderator: Luke McCormack, Host of the Federal Executive Forum

Panelists also will share lessons learned, challenges and solutions, and a vision for the future.

Registration is complimentary. Please register using the form on this page or call (202) 895-5023.

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