Cybersecurity is the one commonality among cloud computing, secure data and networking, artificial intelligence, cross-domain solutions, modernization, and the Defense Department’s ability to most effectively execute on JADC2 and all-domain operations.

In this webinar, we examine how DoD organizations are moving from traditional network security methods to achieve reduced network attack surfaces, automation and risk management, and secure data-sharing necessary to deter threats.

Webinar (60 minutes)
June 13, 2024, 2pm ET / 11am PT
Cybersecurity Across Domains for Multi-Domain Operations

Participants can earn 1 CPE credit


We will discuss the following:

The current cybersecurity landscape.
Strategies to deter advanced, persistent threats.
Cybersecurity challenges posed by Generative AI and other artificial intelligence.
Cybersecurity’s role in multi-domain operations and cross-domain solutions.
Cybersecurity in the cloud.

Learning Objectives:

How cybersecurity enables multi-domain operations and JADC2.
Understanding the role that cybersecurity plays in modernizing and operationalizing the cloud.
How prime contractors can help their supply chains secure their networks/data.
How hybrid cloud environments rooted in DevSecOps principles can transform data security.

1 CPE credit eligible
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
In order to receive full credit, you must respond to all three polling questions asked during the live program.

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Additional Information:

Prerequisites – None.
Advanced Preparation – None.
Program Level – Overview.
Delivery Method – Group Internet Based.
No fee to attend this event.
Attendees will be notified if event is cancelled (24 hours prior).
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