Network Visibility – The Foundation of Cybersecurity in Government
Just as criminals frequently wait for dark to commit a crime; our cyber adversaries thrive when they can hide in the shadows. But key Federal programs are moving ahead aimed at reducing the blind spots. The central key to these programs is ‘Visibility.’
Across civilian government with the CDM program and with initiatives in DOD and the intelligence community – managing network access and preventing unauthorized network connections are paramount considerations. Joined to these functional and risk management goals is renewed urgency in addressing the threat that insiders – or authorized users – pose to the government’s networks.
Join us for an in-depth look at how agencies are responding to the risk of emerging cyber threats.
| Kevin Cox
CDM Program Manager,
Department of Homeland Security
|| Francis Rose (moderator)
Host, Government Matters
ABC 7 & News Channel 8
- Government techniques used to provide visibility into the state of the network and improve situational awareness.
- The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program’s role in enhancing agencies’ ability to identify, and respond to the risk of emerging cyber threats.
- The impact of a whole person view on insider threat capability that facilitates identification of real-time threats.
- A historical perspective of the evolving approaches to cybersecurity from the mega-breaches to the use of network visibility to better address threats.
- A panel of federal and industry thought-leaders on the frontline of assuring cybersecurity at their agencies.
- In depth discussion of government’s path forward to aligning Federal cybersecurity risk management and technology advances.
- This program is presented by RSA in conjunction with the Government Matters Thought Leadership Network