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How are Federal Agencies Responding to Recent Cyber-attacks?

March 3, 2020, 1:30-2:30 PM EST

Panel: How are Federal Agencies Responding to Recent Cyber-attacks?

With the news being dominated by stories of cyber breaches and attacks, we asked federal IT decision-makers to what extent these cyber-attacks have affected their agencies and what are some actions they are taking in response to recent events? To what extent are they doing things different? Will they make significant changes? How will this affect future contracts and requirements? Join Market Connections and ATARC on March 3 at 1:30 PM (EST) to learn more about how federal agencies are responding to cybersecurity challenges to help you be a better partner and vendor.

Aaron Heffron

Aaron Heffron

President, Market Connections, Inc.

Jonathan Alboum

Jonathan Alboum

Federal CTO & Principal Digital Strategist, ServiceNow

John Zangardi

John Zangardi

President, Redhorse Corporation

Chad Sheridan

Chad Sheridan

Chief Innovation Officer, NetImpact Strategies Inc.

Tom Suder

Tom Suder

CEO, ATARC

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