DHS's John Streufert will keynote an event on securing federal networks.
Federal networks, especially those related to national security, homeland security and intelligence, are ripe targets for attack. Departments around the government, on both sides of the defense/civilian divide, are working to improve security without sacrificing access and flexibility.
John Streufert, firector of Federal Network Resilience at the Department of Homeland Security, will headline a breakfast event June 11 on the broad topic of securing government networks. His keynote address will precede a panel discussion.
Federal Times and C4ISR & Networks are co-hosting the event, which is free to attend. Click here for information.