The Intersection of Security and Information Sharing
It’s not enough to keep the network safe; agencies must ensure that a document, once accessed, carries its security and permissions with it wherInformation flow is often considered the key to ensuring an efficient government organization. The problem, however, is that free flow of information makes a federal agency more vulnerable to data loss and even cyber-attacks potentially crippling its ability to achieve mission objectives. This year, growing attacks from across federal civilian, defense agencies and contractors have led many within the government to reassess their information security policies. In a time of shrinking budgets, with agencies expecting as much as $7 billion in cuts for Fiscal 2012,ever it goes. Forms-process security is central to ensuring that agency users – with passwords, signatures, or common access cards – can gain access to the information they need to get their jobs done faster, better, and more efficient.
The Grand Hyatt
1000 H Street Northwest, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Learn more at this FREE morning event focused on secure information flow to ensure efficient government organizations.
This educational seminar will bring together government professionals, senior government officials, technology and security leaders and industry executives to discuss security and the role of authentication in delivering information assurance and increasing business process efficiency for the federal government.
You will learn:
- How security can help agencies to increase efficiency in the federal government
- The role of forms process security in ensuring secure information flow
- How identity management and authentication can be incorporated into business process efficiency
- Best practices for setting permissions at a policy level to empower employee access