Cybersecurity Platforms: Keeping Your Agency Secure in the Cloud

Agencies across the government are investing in cloud technologies to not only meet federal mandates, but because they know they need to modernize their IT infrastructure to improve efficiency, add scale, and aid in disaster recovery. But many CIOs are struggling with the same security question – is their information truly secure in the cloud?

To ease security concerns, many agencies are turning to cybersecurity platforms that take a holistic approach to cloud security and can fully protect all components of their cloud applications, including user identity and data.

Join us on Tuesday, December 4th from 8:00-10:00am ET at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Washington, D.C., for an interactive roundtable discussion on how government agencies can confidently secure their applications, endpoints, and assets across a multi-cloud environment.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • Why a security strategy is an integral part of your modernization efforts, and how to start building that strategy. 
  • How to overcome security obstacles when approaching cloud migration and using cloud services.
  • What resources are available to support your agency in modernizing your IT capabilities and how to use them to securely implement cloud services.

Please come with any questions you have about navigating your way to the cloud and staying secure once you are there. This event is first-come first-serve for government employees.

You'll hear from:

Michael Valivullah, Chief Technology Officer, National Agricultural Statistics Services (NASS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Herbert Lionel Cares Jr, Chief Operations Branch, ATF, Department of Justice

Will Ash, Senior Director of Security, Cisco

Greg Kushto, Vice President of Sales Engineering, Force 3


7:30-8:30am - Registration and Networking Breakfast
Grab your name badge, some breakfast and a hot cup of coffee while you meet your fellow govies and discussion participants.

8:30-10:00am - Facilitated roundtable discussion led by Christopher Dorobek, Host of DorobekINSIDER: Live

10:00-10:30am - Optional Networking


Grand Hyatt (1000 H St, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001)

Metro: The closest metro station is Metro Center on the red, orange, silver and blue lines.

Parking: There are several public parking garages available on the same block as the event space as well as metered parking. Parking is not included in your event registration.