It is a fact of life that the cyberthreat landscape is constantly adapting, evolving, and expanding. More devices are looking to connect to government systems, especially as workers keep working from home or transition to splitting their time between remote and office sites.
This has created a new vulnerability – the burnout of cybersecurity professionals. They are getting stretched thin, trying to keep up with new mandates, reporting requirements, complex frameworks, threat alerts from many sources both within and outside the government, and voluminous security alerts from the IT and software systems themselves, all while it gets harder to compete for talent and budgets are squeezed.
Join us on Tuesday, July 26 as thought leaders in government and industry map out how the cyberthreat landscape is changing and share their thoughts on best practices for using automation and integrated security solutions to ease the burden on their cybersecurity staffs.
OIT Panel Participants
, Deputy Director, ESA
- Event took place:
July 26, 2022
- Training Session