May 24 – 25, 2016
The Federal Business Council is proud to once again be working with USDA on the 8th Annual United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Cyber Security Summit & Expo at the USDA HQ. The theme for the 2016 event is “Cyber Security and You. What You Need to Know!” The last event to take place inside USDA HQ was in 2014; this year’s event will offer exclusive access to the key-decision makers and procurement professionals from within HQ. Learn more
This is the only event of its kind taking place on site at the USDA HQ this year! USDA expects high attendance at this event to include senior executives, chief information officers (CIOs), information systems security program managers (ISSPMs), personnel from the USDA workforce, and Federal and industry partners. The target attendee audience both IT professionals and those non-IT professionals who are assigned IT security roles.
For FY 2016, the USDA has allotted $2.7 Billion of their working budget towards IT advancements and solutions, which includes a $60 M initiative for the continued modernization efforts at the USDA HQ complex. Spaces are selling fast; make sure not to miss out on this one of a kind opportunity at the USDA HQ!
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