FedInsider presents
THIS BRIEFING IS OPEN TO GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION, SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS, AND MEDIA.

BREAKFAST BRIEFING
Federal Cybersecurity Update II:
Detecting Cyber Intrusions Within

Tuesday Oct 21, 2014 | 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM (EDT) | Washington, DC

Cost: Complimentary

7:30-8:00 am: Registration & Breakfast

8:00-10:00 am: Panel Discussion

Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) has become essential as attacks on federal networks have become increasingly sophisticated, aggressive, and persistent.

The next phase of the CDM program (Phase II) will address a people problem – preventing employees from accessing government data they don’t need — and infrastructure integrity. The final phase (Phase III) will concentrate on handling actual breaches, as well as encryption protections and remote access.

This Briefing Will Feature:
  • A panel of federal officials on the frontlines of implementing CDM at their agencies.
  • Certificates awarding CPE’s accredited by The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership.
  • In depth discussion of government’s path forward to aligning Federal cybersecurity risk management and acquisition processes.
Featured Speakers:

Jeffrey Eisensmith, Chief Information Security Officer for the Department of Homeland Security
Jim Piché, Group Manager, FEDSIM DHS Group at GSA
Tom Bayer, Chief of Information Technology, Securities and Exchange Commission
Steve Cooper, Chief Information Officer, Department of Commerce
Christopher Wilkinson, Senior Director, Market Development, immixGroup

Registration:

Participants can earn 2 CPE credits in Business Management and Organization.

To receive CPE credit you must arrive on time and sign in on the CPE sheet (located at the registration desk). Certificates will be e-mailed to registrants. In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 50 minutes equals 1 CPE.

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Previous experience or education in federal IT procurement.

Who should attend?
Managers from Federal, State & Local, Military, and Education who are involved or interested in:

  • Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Acquisition and Procurement
  • Organizational Development

Advance Preparation: Basic experience and familiarity with CDM, cybersecurity, and IT.
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live Training

Register1bPresented by:
FedInsider, GWUCEPL & immixGroup.

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FedInsider presents

COMPLIMENTARY BRIEFING
Workforce 2020: Rethinking People Strategies in Government

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 | 7:30AM – 11:00AM (EST) | Washington, DC

Cost: Complimentary
Credits: 3 CPEs/CEUs

Leadership has moved from a hierarchical model to one where agencies are now dependent on people outside their organization. These leadership skills are necessary for government to effectively work across work teams, across programs, across agencies, and even across countries.

Join government peers to explore innovative strategies your agency can implement now to deliver better results, create value for the citizen, and prepare for the changing dynamics in the 2020 workforce. The focus of the event is on the successful management strategies and best practices across government agencies in workforce planning, talent management and recruiting, and performance measurement.

Featured Speakers:

Ann Marie Habershaw, Chief of Staff and Director of External Affairs, U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Karie Willyerd, author, 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today, and Senior VP Learning and Social Adoption, SuccessFactors, an SAP Company

This Briefing Will Feature:
  • Discussion of key workforce dynamics, from the impact of millennials and diversity in the workplace to the looming leadership crisis and the growing contingent workforce.
  • Government thought leaders introducing best practices in preparing their agencies for the changes in workforce ahead.
  • Certificates awarding up to 3 CPE’s accredited by The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership.
  • In depth discussion of government’s path forward to aligning new human capital strategies to deliver agency missions.
  • Global trends from Oxford Economics’ survey of over 5,000 employers and employees from 27 countries lending insight from human capital leaders.
Registration:

Participants can earn 3 CPE credits in Business Management and Organization.

To receive CPE credit you must arrive on time and sign in on the CPE sheet (located at the registration desk). Certificates will be e-mailed to registrants. In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 50 minutes equals 1 CPE.

Additional Information:

Prerequisites: Previous experience or education in federal IT procurement.

Who Should Attend?

Prerequisites: Previous experience or education in Human Resources and/or Human Capital.

Managers from Federal, State & Local, Military, Industry & Education who are involved or interested in:

  • HR / HC
  • Workforce Development
  • Organization Development
  • Hiring

Advance Preparation: Basic experience in HR/HC and management recommended, but not required.
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live Training

Register1bPresented by:
FedInsider, GWUCEPL & immixGroup.

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