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Federal Computer Security Program Managers' Forum Annual Offsite

The Federal Computer Security Program Managers' Forum is a group comprised of information security professionals from most federal government agencies. The purpose of the annual offsite is to help federal agency representatives protect their systems in accordance with directive and applicable statutes by attending presentations, sharing successes and failures, and networking with their peers in the federal government.

Presentations include current technical, operational and management information systems security topics and updates on the information system security activities of GAO, NIST, GSA, and DHS. This year we will also have briefings on Internet security threats, the National Vulnerability Database, cloud computing, identity management, draft NIST SP 800-39 and 800-30, training initiatives, CyberScope, and the last session will consist of seven 7-minute presentations on a variety of cyber security topics.

Created May 4, 2010, Updated September 21, 2016