Presents Identity Governance; A Critical Enabler of Zero Trust In partnership with October 5, 2023, 1:30-2:30 PM ET 1 CPE Credit Available for this Event*** Identity Governance; A Critical Enabler of Zero Trust Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Memorandum M-22-09 requires “agencies to achieve specific zero trust security goals” and designates “Identity” as the […]
Join ATARC's Cybersecurity Higher Education & Workforce Development Working Group monthly, Friday afternoon meeting. For more information on ATARC Working Groups contact ATARC's Working Group Manager, Elizabeth Wyckoff, at [email protected].
Presents Using NIST Guidance to Manage Security of Mobile Devices In partnership with October 12th, 2023 from 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET 1 CPE Credit Available for this Event*** Panel: Using NIST Guidance to Manage Security of Mobile Devices Mobile devices are an integral part of an efficient workplace and securing them has become a […]
Join ATARC's Identity Management Working Group bi-weekly, Friday morning meeting. For more information on ATARC Working Groups contact ATARC's, Working Group Manager, Elizabeth Wyckoff, at [email protected].
Submit Your GITEC Award Nominations Now! Agenda and registration coming soon for: GITEC Award Nominations Virtual Event - November 2, 2023The GITEC Emerging Technology Awards 2023 will recognize Government teams and their initiatives that have made significant contributions in the advancement and implementation of technology […]
Kaniah Konkoly-Thege and Ryan McKenney from Quantinuum will present on the export control landscape for quantum technologies. In October 2022, the Biden administration introduced semiconductor, artificial intelligence, and supercomputing-related export controls on China and has since made numerous public statements that similar restrictions on quantum technologies may follow. Existing U.S. quantum technology controls target specific end users, rather than general technology categories, though it has been reported that the White House and Commerce Department are currently exploring a more unified and comprehensive round of controls intended specifically to blunt China’s access to U.S. quantum computing equipment. This presentation will detail the current landscape of export controls vis-à-vis quantum technology, present findings from a recent report on the subject by the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), and discuss best practices for companies in this space to ensure compliance with any future controls while also working closely with the U.S. government to promote innovation and a strong quantum industry.