Cyber Security Exchange

A vertical community of Federal cyber security leaders, project managers, industry, and government IT community stakeholders focused on public-private collaboration and best-practice exchange.

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Upcoming Events
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Automating Cyber Security: February 9, 2016 Federal agencies today face a constant stream of threats – attackers and hackers are motivated, creative, and persistent – and there’s no perfect defense of agency systems. While agencies have invested massive resources to defend their systems, it never seems to be enough, especially as the threat landscape continues to […]

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What cyber priorities are emerging in the Federal landscape as the 2016 election looms? What changes are in store for cyber strategies as government agencies – and citizens – prepare for a changing leadership? Topics we may see – IoT vulnerabilities? Mobile attacks? Cyber intelligence-as-a-service? Surging cyber insurance debates? Supply chain security re-emerging? Cyber spending […]

Research
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Federal agencies are facing an explosion of endpoints in both volume and variety. However, as endpoints increase, so do cyber vulnerabilities. […]

Inside Job
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With cyber threats now a national emergency, government agencies must amp up security measures to best protect their data. What are agencies doing to manage cyber risk? […]

Past Events
Combating Insider Threats Webinar Homepage
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Thank you for attending the Cyber Security Brainstorm on Wednesday, September 23 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. At this full-day conference, more than 200 cyber-fluent Federal IT professionals from a variety of agencies gathered to discuss spotting cyber blind spots, mitigating insider threats, putting actionable data to work, and understanding cyber threat intelligence. Attendees […]

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Cyber Spills – Securing Data The third Cyber Security Exchange (CSX) quarterly meeting of 2015 focused on Federal data spills and the mitigation and prevention strategies for effective response, and the identity proofing and authentication required to prevent cyber spills. Thank you to guest speaker Paul Grassi, Senior Standards and Technology Advisor, NIST, for leading […]

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