The Defense Information Systems Agency is hosting a no-cost Endpoint Security Summit Feb. 5-7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at its Fort Meade, Maryland, headquarters.
Attendees will be able to engage with Defense Department endpoint security subject matter experts, system administrators and analysts who will update the DoD user community on the current status of endpoint security modernization efforts and secure configuration management.
Attendees will be encouraged to participate in an active dialogue and have the opportunity to help shape the endpoint security architecture of the future. Discussion topics will include:
- Categorizing the endpoint – making clear which endpoints are being discussed.
- New technologies undergoing assessment.
- Efforts to ensure cyber situational awareness and coordination of defensive cyber operations threat sharing from the endpoint to the perimeter.
Attendees must possess a Common Access Card (CAC). Contractors will be allowed to attend only if verified by government sponsor that they support endpoint security for a sponsoring DoD organization.
Attendees should register here.