The threat of crippling cyber attacks against U.S. critical infrastructure presents an unprecedented challenge for the U.S. Departments of Defense, Homeland Security and other organizations tasked with securing our nation’s most vital systems.
This Wednesday, June 24, at 11:00am EDT join the Government Business Council, along with CDW-G and Palo Alto Networks, to discuss some of the most pressing questions in critical infrastructure security today, including:
- How have threats to U.S. critical infrastructure evolved over the last two decades?
- Why has critical infrastructure been slow to adapt to the current threat environment?
- What is the U.S. federal government’s current approach to defending its vital systems, and where is there room for innovation?
- What strategies and tools can help federal agencies achieve their missions?
- Chris Cornillie, Senior Analyst, Government Business Council
- Ryan Gillis, VP, Cybersecurity Strategy and Global Policy, Palo Alto Networks
- Mary Ellen Seale, Senior Cybersecurity Executive, U.S. Department of Homeland Security