The Evolution of Digital Threats on Federal Agencies: 2020 Impact and 2021 Predictions

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James C. Foster

CEO, ZeroFox

Mike McConnell
Mike McConnell

Former Director of National Intelligence

Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart
Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart

Co-Lead of the Biden Intelligence Community Transition Team, Former Deputy Commander of U.S. Cyber Command and Director of Defense Intelligence Agency

Gilman Louie
Gilman Louie

Commissioner for the United States National Security Commission for Artificial Intelligence and Chairman of the Federation of American Scientists

Join Panel Discussion With U.S. Intelligence And Cybersecurity Leaders

The Biden Administration is set to take office on January 20, 2021, and is already hard at work crafting policy recommendations. The COVID-19 Pandemic has created a rapid digital transformation, shifting much of the federal government and commercial industry to remote work. This adoption of new technology and work-from-home policies amidst elections has created a new dynamic for security teams, requiring proactive protection and dynamic threat intelligence, in a partnership across the public and private sectors.  Word of a massive hack of government agencies, by a foreign adversary, has brought renewed urgency to network security.  The new Administration will be faced with a multitude of decisions on what policies and procedures are needed to address emerging threats unique to the public sector in 2021.

Hear from national intelligence, cybersecurity and technology leaders in an intimate discussion about the evolution of cyber threats and the implications for your organization.

Key Takeaways:
  • Cyber threat trends from 2020 and what to expect in 2021
  • How security teams can respond to these threats and plan for new ones
  • The role of AI in the future of cybersecurity