Prioritizing Protection: Cyber Security Trendlines for Federal, Civilian and Military Programs
By August Cole and Christopher Meissner
With CyberMaryland currently underway and DC Cyber Week taking over the capital next week, cyber security is center stage inside the Beltway. With pressure mounting to protect information at the federal, civilian and military level, federal contractors can expect to see more funding but also some turbulence as customers puzzle out how to meet new requirements. August Cole and Christopher Meissner examine current spending and policy priorities as federal agencies develop new approaches to securing their data, as well as what opportunities are taking shape for federal contractors.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
August Cole is the writer-in-residence at Avascent. He is the co-author of Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War and the editor of the Atlantic Council’s War Stories from the Future anthology. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Christopher Meissner is a Principal at Avascent, specializing in growth strategies for technology companies operating in government driven-markets. Chris has deep expertise in a range of high technology markets, including: cyber, intelligence and classified markets, data analytics, cloud computing, data center consolidation, border security and related defense and homeland security markets. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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