DoD Cyber Commanders: Lessons Learned from a Global Pandemic
Event submitted on Sunday, September 5th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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In the previous six years, the annual Joint Service Academy Cybersecurity Summit has created a strong sense of community via personal connection and strategic debate. This year’s event will be part of a series of targeted virtual discussions in response to the unusual circumstances that we still, unfortunately, find ourselves in. If you work at the government level in Cybersecurity in the United States then we’d certainly highly recommend your involvement in this event.
Conference Event Summary
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The annual Joint Service Academy Cybersecurity Summit will bring the nation’s top cybersecurity service commanders together to address what we can learn from their collective experiences during a global pandemic.
Speakers will explore whether the pandemic had a fundamental impact on the health of the force and the cyber threats the Department of Defense is facing in both physical and virtual environments. They will also address how major cyber incidents of the past year have changed thinking around the principles of “defend forward” and “persistent engagement.”