Alexandria, VA, June 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- ADM Mike Rogers, Commander of USCYBERCOM and Director of the NSA will join with senior leaders in the Cyber Community to discuss critical requirements and investments to enhance the Nation’s Cyber capabilities.
Discussions will focus around the strategic priorities outlined in the DoD Cyber Strategy as well as initiatives from DHS to protect networks and operate effectively in Cyberspace. Speakers and delegates will meet on August 4-5, 2015 in Alexandria, VA at DSI’s Cyber Security for National Defense Symposium.
Important topics of discussion include:
- Strategic Priorities and Policy to Ensure Freedom of Access and Secure Networks to the Warfighter
-Interagency Development of National Cyber Security Policy and Strategy
-Initiatives to Protect Government Critical Infrastructure
-Building and Training Cyber Mission Forces
-DoD Acquisition Priority Roadmap
-Full Spectrum Operations in Support of Joint Force Network Protection and Access in the Cyber Domain
-Preventing Illegal Intrusion into Sensitive Networks
-Initiatives to Improve the Protection of Classified Information and Technology Within Industry
-Research and Development Efforts in Support of Cybersecurity Advancement across the Federal Government
Industry and Government with an interest in learning more about specific short and long term requirements are invited to attend the event. Further details are available at http://cybersecurity.dsigroup.org