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2015 Cyber Playbook

The Cyber line-up will include a mix of offensive and defensive players in the cybersecurity space. We're excited to announce that our #1 Pick, Trevor Rudolph, Chief of the Cyber and National Security Unit, Office of E-Government and IT, Office of Management and Budget, has been invited to keynote the event. Check out the agenda and the full list of confirmed speakers for more information on who you can expect.

Government initiatives like the White House Cybersecurity Sprint and Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation programs are becoming commonplace due to increasingly aggressive cyber-attacks on agencies and their personnel. Despite efforts to improve the government's ability to thwart these attacks, insider threats, malware, phishing, advanced persistent threats, and zero-day attacks are continuing to threaten our national security.

Cyber professionals are at the core of solving or at least curbing some of these serious issues. But who are these cyber professionals — and how will they solve the ever-increasing targeted attacks that are constant in headline news?

Watch this livestreamed event to see today's government cyber all-stars and learn what they need to get ahead of the cyber crooks.
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