“Less than two weeks after the end of the partial Federal government shutdown and with the looming threat of another such disruption coming on Feb. 15, will Federal government IT officials in large numbers be making the trip out west to the U.S.’s preeminent cybersecurity conference next month?”
“During the Dec. 22-Jan 25 partial shutdown, the speaker and government attendee ranks at many industry conferences were thinned considerably by the disruption, and schedules just now seem to be getting back to near normal.”
“Among the many good reasons to make the trek to San Francisco for the RSA Conference 2019 scheduled for March 4-8 will be to learn more about the next steps in DHS’ Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program from one of its principals–Kevin Cox who is CDM program manager at DHS.” Read the full article here.
Source: Post-Shutdown, Are Feds Going to RSA Conference? – February 7, 2019. MeriTalk.Tags: DHS XTRA