While national elections dominate the political playing field and America revs up its defense against COVID-19, cyber attackers continue to plot against government agencies.
In this environment, our CDM and cybersecurity heroes work hard to thwart malicious threats in real time and build lasting cyber resiliency.
The third iteration of the CDM Central Conference aired on December 3, 2020. The half-day program brought together government and industry cyber experts for a virtual discussion on, not just CDM, but top of mind cyber issues and initiatives. Our virtual arena showcased how A-team cyber defenders continue to ramp up CDM capabilities to protect High Value Assets (HVAs), defend the perimeter, build cyber strength, prepare the cyber workforce, and more.
During the virtual program, MeriTalk gave back to the USO-Metro.
Registration is complimentary.
Attendees are eligible to receive three continuing professional education (CPE) credits. No advance preparation is required.
- What CDM goals will take top priority for FY21
- What next steps agencies must take to stay ahead of the ever-evolving cyber landscape and unforeseen pandemic challenges
- How agencies are continuing to implement CDM to help mitigate threats in real-time
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