Assessing Cyber Research and Development: What Progress Has Been Made and What Are the New Priorities?

Government Executive

In December 2011, the White House released a report entitled Trustworthy Cyberspace: Strategic Plan for the Federal Cybersecurity Research and Development Program, guiding federal R&D spending and priorities in cybersecurity. A year and a half later and in light of recent high-profile hackings and security breaches, how is federal cybersecurity research and development progressing? Join Nextgov and INSA on July 25th as we bring together a panel of experts to answer this question and explore: How agencies are pacing against White House cybersecurity goals The future forecast for key areas of focus in federal cybersecurity R&D The impact of recent events on federal cybersecurity initiative and priorities Exclusively Underwritten By: Speakers: Boyd Livingston Technical Director, National Security Agency Dr. Douglas Maughan Division Director, Cybersecurity Division; and Science & Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security Dr. Matthew Gaston Director, SEI Emerging Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon University Lewis Shepherd Director , Microsoft Institute for Advanced Technology in Governments (MSI) Moderator: Katherine McIntire Peters Executive Editor, Nextgov
Date & Time

Thursday, Jul 25, 2013
7:30 am - 9:30 am

Location
Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC (map)
Speaker(s)
Douglas Maughan, Matthew Gaston, Katherine McIntire Peters
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