Advances in 5G, AI, and IoT are increasing online services of telemedicine, education, voting, commerce, and public safety. Despite advances in speed, access, and information sharing, risks remain with protecting personal and business data, which impacts trust in how government and industry deliver products and services. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is investing in new capabilities to secure your digital connections and keep services uninterrupted for diverse security environments. Learn what role you can play to help DHS deliver advanced capabilities to ‘secure your digital connection.’
* Hear how emerging cyber threats are changing the way DHS protects against tampering and threats to flows of commerce and our political way of life, and how we include industry in our decision-making.
* Understand what role you can play to help DHS build cyber resilience and deliver solutions to “secure your digital connection.”
* William Bryan, Senior Official Performing the Duties of the Under Secretary for DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T)
* Mary McGinley, Physical and Cyber Security Portfolio Director, DHS S&T
* Brian Gattoni, Chief Technology Officer, DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA),
* Karim Mahrous, Technical Research Lead, Sandia National Laboratories