An exciting conference aimed at security and government professionals takes place March 29-31 in Washington, D.C. GovSec 2011 Conference & Expo offers 30+ sessions in four tracks including Protecting from Cyberterrorism and Cybercrime. You can find out more about these and speakers here.
Here is a brief rundown of keynotes and sessions:
* Expo Keynotes: Admiral Thad Allen, USCG (Retired), National Incident Commander, Deepwater Horizon oil spill and Nicholas Stein, series producer of “Border Wars”
* Conference Keynotes: Randy Vickers, Director, United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, National Cybersecurity Division, DHS and Greg Fowler, SAC New York Joint Terrorism Task Force, FBI
* Cutting Edge Cybersecurity Sessions: Advanced Persistent Threats – Current Trends in Cyber Crime, Being Proactive and Less Reactive in Security Operations and Cyber Attack Response, and more.
* GovCyber Pavilion: Presentations by Dell, AccessData Corp and others.
Those interested in registering for the conference can visit http://bit.ly/GovSecRegCS . Don’t forget to use code CONF24 for a 10% discount off the conference rate. The expo is also FREE for qualified attendees.
Visit http://www.govsecinfo.com for more information.
GovSec, The Government Security Expo and Conference, features an exposition with a full spectrum of physical, IT and cybersecurity solutions, alongside wireless and mobility communications equipment for federal, state and local governments. GovSec is a one-of-a-kind event that unites thousands of professionals tasked with securing our homeland, from the decision-makers at the federal level to the first responders, firefighters and police officers responding to catastrophic events in their hometown and every government security professional in between. Attendance to the exposition is free for government, military, law enforcement and first responders as well as industry — new this year!
GovSec is co-located with U.S. Law, the U.S. Law Enforcement Conference and Exposition for federal, state and local law enforcement.