While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
The FedTech reporting team will be in Baltimore April 10 to 12 for the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC) 2016 Summit, where a bevy of influential leaders and key IT decision makers from across the federal government will discuss the top technology trends affecting the federal government.
Judging by the conference’s packed agenda, this year’s summit will focus on federal IT transformations in store for 2020, how executive focus can enhance cybersecurity, how data analytics can be used to make decisions and more.
The conference will feature keynote presentations from Sean Kelley, senior advisor to the assistant secretary for information and technology and CIO for the Department of Veteran Affairs; Ron Layton, White House technology liaison for the U.S. Secret Service; Boyd Fletcher, chief engineer for CDS engineering in the Cyber Engineering Division of the National Security Agency; Mark Kneidinger, director of dederal network resilience at the Department of Homeland Security; and Mark Krzysko, deputy director for enterprise information in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics.
Additionally, on April 12 there will be a CIO roundtable panel, featuring Adriane Burton, of the Health Resources and Services Administration, and Pam Dyson, of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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