As federal agencies adopt emerging technologies such as Fifth-Generation Wireless Technology (5G), Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and Cloud, they face new challenges in ensuring these technologies can operate securely on their networks. Join the next event in GSA’s Information Technology Category - Emerging Technology Series.
This virtual event will bring together government IT security experts to share knowledge, best practices, trends, and use cases. In the event’s panel discussions, participants will learn about strategies to develop and implement security controls for emerging technologies on federal networks. Panelists will also discuss acquisition strategies and Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) for these technologies.
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SCRM for emerging technology:SCRM is an important consideration for Federal agencies aiming to identify and mitigate risks involved with emerging technologies. Join us as we bring together cybersecurity and acquisition experts to discuss SCRM best practices and strategies when acquiring new and emerging technologies.
Security considerations for 5G, AI, the IoT, and Cloud:In this panel, Government subject matter experts discuss the security challenges Federal agencies face when implementing emerging technologies on their networks. Focusing on 5G, AI, the IoT, and Cloud, panelists will discuss security controls and best practices agencies can use to ensure the safest use of these technologies.
Attendees will have an opportunity to earn Continuous Learning Points (CLP’s) to further their IT Acquisition professional goals.
Traveler reimbursement is based on the location of the work activities and not the accommodations, unless lodging is not available at the work activity, then the agency may authorize the rate where lodging is obtained.
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