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In its FY2010 Report to Congress on the Implementation of The Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget noted the number of Federal cyber incidents had increased approximately 39% from FY2009, while total incidents nationally decreased. More that 41,000 of the 107,000 malicious attacks reported by the US-CERT in FY2010 were specific to Federal agency operations. It is undeniable that the threat to Federal Government information assets and networks is growing—outpacing the “market” and attracting attention from malicious actors around the globe.
What is the best way to face this diverse and expanding threat landscape? Join Federal Computer Week, in partnership with Merlin International, for this complimentary, half-day seminar to get reliable information on the prevalent threats and vulnerabilities and learn how to deploy effective risk mitigation strategies.
| ||“You’ll learn the impact of a massive cyber attack, describe where the biggest threats are coming from, and tell you what you need to know about protecting your agency.” |
— J.J. Green
Bring your questions and join the dialogue on how to prepare for, react to, and prevent malicious cyber attacks at this interactive program designed by and for professionals in the public sector cybersecurity community.