FedCyber.com Cyber Security Summit
Confronting the Next Generation of Cyber Security Challenges and Opportunities
Sorry you were unable to attend the FedCyber.com Cyber Security Summit. This event saw over 200 government cyber security professionals come together for a day of interactive sessions with peers from government, academia, and industry.
We are preparing a recap from the conference that will be provided to you within the next two weeks. This report will focus on priority gaps we believe should be brought to the attention of the community for our collective action. We will also be providing this report online at our site www.carahsoft.com/cybersecurity.
Please let us know if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for our next gathering. You may give feedback directly to Bob Gourley and Matt Devost by e-mail (Bob is at firstname.lastname@example.org and Matt is at email@example.com).
We would also like to take a moment to give a very special thanks to our 2012 FedCyber Summit conference partner, Carahsoft. As our primary event sponsor and conference organizer, Carahsoft showed an incredible amount of dedication to this event and went above and beyond the call of duty to build an event focused on you. Carahsoft’s primary purpose is to make it easy for government users to learn about and quickly apply the right technology to meet mission needs. Please think of them when you have software questions.
We would also like to thank our event sponsors, which included: Symantec, VMware, F5, HP Software, SafeNet, Cloudera, Silver Tail Systems, Cyber-Ark, FireEye, Certes Networks, Ciena, Splunk, Verdasys, Imation Mobile Security, Red Hat, Application Security, Inc, and Adobe. Events like our FedCyber Summit are impossible without community-minded sponsors like these. For additional information on each of these sponsors, please see www.carahsoft.com/cybersecurity.