July 09, 2021

Government Technology's webcast focusing on "Cybersecurity defense to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow" scheduled

Join Government Technology and Tanium on July 13, 2021 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time [1 p.m. Eastern Time] to learn how to build a future-proof cybersecurity practice. The foundational elements of a sound strategy, how to evaluate risk, the latest principles and frameworks that can be used as a starting point, and the common obstacles agencies can expect to face will be addressed.

Speakers:
Chris Hallenbeck, CISO for the Americas, Tanium
Moderator: Deb Snyder, Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

 

Click here to Register now for this 30-minute session and "walk away with what you need to know to create or evolve your cybersecurity defense to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow!"

Brad Loebs, Registration Coordinator
Government Technology | A division of e.Republic
https://webinars.govtech.com/
800-940-6039 ext. 1409

bloebs@govtech.com

 

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