Learn FISMA Practical Approaches and Results

The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) of 2002 was established to provide guidance and requirements for agency managers, security and IT professionals, and end users to ensure protection of government networks and information assets.   As the information security landscape continues to evolve, so have the systems that agencies are designing and implementing to meet their core missions, while maintaining compliance with current and expected future FISMA mandates. 

This executive seminar is the second in a series focused on understanding FISMA requirements, how the policies and guidelines are evolving, and how agencies are implementing cybersecurity programs that support increasingly efficient operations.  Many are familiar with the concepts and key requirements that have become the backbone for FISMA compliance and reporting.  Yet there continues to be significant interest in sharing practical experience on how to implement compliant programs within the specific agency infrastructures, cultures, and operating environments.

Register today to participate in this briefing and hear directly from those working on FISMA implementation and compliance programs within government today.  Learn from the experience of your colleagues how you can tailor INFOSEC programs that enable agency workflows while meeting or exceeding required security standards.  Bring your questions and recommendations to this interactive session.


Event Details

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

7:30 - 10:45 AM

The Willard Hotel
Washington, DC

Cost: FREE

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