Thursday WEBINAR Series

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Roadmap to Resiliency, A Series – Part 1

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July 9, 2020, 1:30-2:30 PM EST

In many countries, the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered new challenges and obstacles for government agencies. Many are still grappling with how to use funds for maximum impact as they embrace the “Next Normal.” Tune-in to this three part series on government agencies response to pandemic. Join us for part one, which will cover the framework for dealing with a crisis like the Pandemic. Federal CIOs will recall how their agency responded to the crisis, as well as lessons learned.

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Software Distancing: Ditch Unused Licenses to Reduce Spend and Risk

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July 16, 2020, 1:30-2:30 PM EST

Agencies are reevaluating their technology needs during this pandemic time. They are taking a critical look at software license optimization in order to reduce spending and minimize growing risk. Hear how this thought-leader are proactively determining compliance risks and reducing the time required to support an audit. This webinar will discuss how federal agencies are handling the COVID-19 response and their path to move forward. How are agencies reducing spend and risk during a pandemic?

 

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Navigating the NIST SP 800-63B Digital Identity Guidelines

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July 30, 2020, 1:30-2:30 PM EST

This panel will focus on the NIST SP 800-63B Digital guidelines around authentication, access, and federation.  These panelists will discuss how  One-time passwords (OTP), multi-factor authentication, and Biometrics are the new norm in developing a modernized Identity & Access Management solution. 
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Increase Agency Productivity in the Dynamic Economy

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New ways of working have emerged, both for citizens and the government agencies serving them. The old, monolithic approach to work, where most employees are engaged in large agency-wide initiatives, is no longer effective. Now that many are working remotely, how do you continue to manage agency productivity and get it all done? Join this panel of government thought-leaders for a dynamic discussion on the role remote work productivity and collaborative work management play in addressing evolving needs in this dynamic economy. 

Securing Government Networks – A Roundtable Discussion from the Experts Webinar

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This 60-minutes discussion will focus on Cybersecurity and government agencies preparedness and processes. As the number complexity of threats continue to grow daily, this roundtable discussion will explore what concerns government agency SecOp teams. Learn best practices to secure your network against cyber threats and increase your cyber resilience. What is the next big game changer coming to help secure government networks?

UMD Certificate in Principles and Tools for Cybersecurity IT Leaders Webinar

The University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business and ATARC Certificate in Principles and Tools for Cybersecurity IT Leaders is going virtual! This certificate, offered by the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business in collaboration with ATARC, provides Cybersecurity leaders in industry and government with a solid grounding in core business tools and principles as relevant to emerging security threats, mitigation, and preparedness. Tune into this free informational webinar to learn more about this course and its new virtual aspects.

Managing and Securing Federal Software Delivery Pipelines Webinar

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An information-sharing event focused on the increased need to manage and secure software delivery pipelines as development teams become more geographically dispersed.  Tune-in for a keynote from Nicolas Chaillan, Chief Software Officer, USAF on how the Department of Defense moved to Kubernetes and istio. Followed- by a panel of thought leaders discussing how they’ve seen organizations adopt industry-standard best practices for managing and securing software delivery pipelines.

The IDEA Act and Digital Transformation Webinar

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An information-sharing event focused on prioritizing citizen and employee experience through digital modernization and transformation. Join us for a 60- minute long information sharing event focused on digital access and service delivery in a time of social distancing. Here thought leaders will discuss how they are ensuring digital transformation, improving accessibility, and updating internal digital services to allow for wide information spread.

This is Not a Drill: DevOps During COVID-19

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This panel will share lessons from the front lines of government DevOps practice. These topic experts will discuss solutions for successfully implementing DevOps methodology, tools, and techniques within Federal agencies in a time of continuous change and telework. We’ll take a moment to share notes from our agencies’ DevOps journeys — what’s working well, what we might learn from, and what we might wish we had done more of had we known the pandemic was imminent.

Federal I&O Guide Delivering Availability, Compliance and Cyber Resilience During a Crisis

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An information-sharing event focused on the increased need for availability, disaster recovery, and data protection solutions in a time of uncertainty. Join this panel for an in-depth IT resilience discussion focused on reducing planned AND unplanned downtime, preparing NIST-readiness with data recovery and risk mitigation in mind, using orchestration and automation to reduce resource, labor and time consumption, and finding the right approach for on-premises, public or private cloud.

The Role of Zero-Trust Security in the Remote Workforce

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This webinar will focus on Zero Trust and how we need to be thinking differently about security, risk, & governance. The topics covered will include the convergence of government policies and moving to a continuous compliance model. Panelists will also discuss the Importance of AI while using unsupervised machine learning to enhance the mission of your agency or organization.

Accelerating TIC 3.0 Adoption in Pandemic

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This information-sharing event is focused on the TIC 3.0 guidance policy. Hear thought leaders from both the public and private sectors talk about how they’re using these guidelines to develop secure telework environments. How are they using the cloud to create a faster and safer sensitive information access system? See what these experts are doing to execute network and cloud security during COVID-19.

DevOps During COVID-19

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View this 60-minute webinar on-demand to learn about the changes happening within the DevOps community as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Listen to thought leaders in the public and private sector talk about the cultural changes this pandemic era has spawned, what challenges they’ve faced shifting to telework and what effects this pandemic will have on the future. 

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