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Federal Computer Security Managers’ Forum Meeting - September 10, 2018

NOTE:  THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO ONLY FEDERAL/STATE EMPLOYEES AND THEIR SUPPORT CONTRACTORS.  REGISTRANTS MUST USE A .GOV OR .MIL ADDRESS FOR SIGN-UP.  SUPPORT CONTRACTORS MUST INDICATE THE FEDERAL AGENCY THEY SUPPORT.  GOVERNMENT IDs WILL BE REQUIRED FOR MEETING ENTRANCE.  

 

The Federal Computer Security Program Managers' Forum (Forum) is an informal group sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to promote the sharing of information system security information among federal and state agencies. The Forum hosts the Federal Agency Security Practices website, maintains an extensive e-mail list, and holds bi-monthly meetings to discuss current issues and items of interest to those responsible for protecting non-national security systems.

Created December 20, 2018