(ISC)² CyberSecureGov 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 07:00 to Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 12:00
Washington DC

Join us for the 5th Annual (ISC)² CyberSecureGov - a three-day training event focused on cybersecurity, held in Washington D.C.


Educating the Workforce in Cyber


If you work for the U.S. government – either as a contractor or a direct hire - cybersecurity is now your job. More and more, government agencies are requiring good cyber hygiene practices in contracts, job descriptions, performance reviews and employee training programs. For those who don’t hold a cybersecurity job title, your job is at risk if cybersecurity principles are not upheld and exercised on a daily basis. For those who work in this field, you understand the importance of creating a workplace culture characterized by a security mindset. With evidence that the majority of breaches are caused by human error, people are undoubtedly your agency’s greatest cybersecurity asset and greatest liability.


(ISC)2 CyberSecureGov is not your typical DC-area event.  We are bringing in members and experts from both inside and outside the Beltway for an annual 3-day training event that will address the human element of cybersecurity through the workplace.  This educational platform will shift the focus of improving security from grooming the cyber elite to strengthening the broader community through effective cybersecurity education.  This year marks our 5th annual installment, with the theme of Educating the Workforce in Cyber, and will be held May 9-11 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington DC. 


Featured Speakers:

Modernizing Your SOC: It's Hunting Season

Ely Kahn
Co-Founder, Sqrrl

Intersection of Cyber & Data Management - The Data Dependencies of the NIST CSF

David Rubal, CISSP
Chief Technologist, Data & Analytics / Principal Data Scientist at DLT

DevOps: Security's Big Opportunity

Pete Chestna
Director of Developer Engagement at Veracode