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Federal Computer Security Managers' (FCSM) Forum - 2 Day Annual "offsite" Meeting - October 2020

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

The Federal Computer Security Program Managers (FCSM) 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, State, and Higher Education employees. The Forum maintains an extensive e-mail list and holds quarterly meetings to discuss current issues and items of interest to those responsible for protecting non-national security systems.

All visitors 16 years of age and older must be pre-registered in NIST's visitor registration system.

Created April 16, 2020, Updated June 17, 2020