Where: Ronald Reagan Building and
International Trade Center, Washington, D.C.
When: June 22, 2010
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Program runs from 8:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Reception to follow - at the W Hotel (515 15th Street NW)
Our nation's forefathers were known for
their resolve – even stubbornness – in building and fighting
for a country where freedom and knowledge were available to
all. Of course, they probably didn't anticipate the Internet.
Today's government leaders wrestle with a complicated
challenge. How can we share critical information – which grows
exponentially each day – with citizens, private industry, and
other agencies, while protecting sensitive data and complex IT
infrastructures? Join the leading IT security and management
pros from all levels of government at this one-day event to
discuss these issues. Learn, teach, and share your experience
and knowledge. Get up to speed on new standards and
legislature. Protect privacy. Consolidate, automate,
modernize. Plug in to critical infrastructures like the smart
grid, healthcare, and supply chain. Look to the horizon for
advances in cloud computing, green energy, and mobile
convergence. Prepare to meet the sophisticated threat
landscape head on.
Howard A. Schmidt Cyber Security
Coordinator, Executive Office of the President