Tuesday, November 19
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Wednesday, November 20
Check-In & On-Site Registration Opens
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Threats & Resiliency
The cyber threats landscape is constantly evolving and yesterday’s security solutions may not be sufficient for tomorrow’s challenges. What are the most significant cyber threats and from where will they originate? How are companies and state agencies defending against attacks and intrusions? Where are the weak points in systems and training? What are steps which can be taken to better protect our data and critical infrastructure?
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Keynote Remarks: Florida Division of State Technology Plans & Priorities
Evaluating Cyber Liabilities & Insurance
Even the world’s most sophisticated defenses are not impervious, and many experts have adopted a “not if, but when” approach to breach risk mitigation. How do you best manage these risks and accurately evaluate exposure? What is cyber insurance and what are options for coverage? How do solutions differ for the public and private sectors?
Luncheon Keynote: Election Security
The American people’s confidence in the value of their vote is principally reliant on their confidence in the security and resilience of the infrastructure that makes the Nation’s elections possible. What are recent actions taken to enhance cybersecurity for our state’s election systems? How is Florida leading the nation in detecting threats and protecting voter information?
Cyber on Main Street: Challenges for Cities and SME’s
Municipalities and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are some of the most vulnerable, and disproportionately impacted groups by cyberattacks. What do local governments and small businesses need to know most about cybersecurity issues? Are there specific solutions tailored for these groups and what additional resources are available?
Devon Scheible, Chief Administrative Officer,
Tom Nehl Truck Company
Cyber Education & Workforce Training
As cyber threats continue to grow in sophistication, organizations face a persistent challenge in recruiting skilled cybersecurity professionals capable of protecting their systems against the threat of malicious actors. What is Florida’s current cybersecurity education and training environment, and is it keeping pace with the growing need for cyber talent? What are recommendations for policymakers, educators, and employers?