Join us to discuss the road ahead, including how Federal leaders can pivot off the new strategy to drive innovation while implementing zero trust, educate and train the workforce – and secure the nation in the years to come. […]
This segment of the New and Next virtual series will explore how Federal agencies can rise above the data deluge today and well into the future. […]
Join us to discuss DOD’s rapid move to the cloud and to dive into IL5, exploring its stringent security controls, the potential consequences if mission-critical systems or data are compromised, and why IL5 ICAM is so vital to protecting cloud systems in today’s ominous cybersecurity threat landscape. […]
Mark your calendar for Thursday, July 20, and join us at the Morton’s in Washington, D.C. for this summer’s Cyber Smoke event. Engage with cyber professionals from various private and public sector organizations who play a crucial role in driving the technology ecosystem forward – day in and day out. […]
Join MeriTalk for Cyber Central in Washington, D.C. on May 17 for an examination of the strategy, challenges, and opportunities it brings to public and private sector organizations. Government and industry IT leaders will explore cyber policy, zero trust, supply chain security, cloud security, information sharing, and more. […]
The complexities of IT, in the private and public sectors are growing exponentially. Government IT systems come with their own special set of risks, demands, and a need for even greater security. MeriTalk hosts frequent federal government IT events that give IT experts from across a broad spectrum of government agencies a chance to learn more about the latest developments, explore best practices, and of course network with other IT professional
These government IT events focus on topics that are important for keeping your data safe and helping agencies use technology in the most effective way. As the number of connected devices outnumbers workers, cyber-threats become ever more sophisticated and Big Data only continues to get bigger, these federal technology events provide information to connect and collaborate with government IT professionals from other agencies and areas of specialty.