The Raytheon-led cybersecurity venture Forcepoint will feature a range of data protection products at the 2017 Department of Defense Intelligence Information System Worldwide Conference that kicked off Sunday and runs through Wednesday.
Forcepoint said Friday it will showcase technologies designed to help agencies secure critical data as information moves to a cloud computing environment and across multiple devices ans systems.
Brandon Swafford, chief technology officer of Forcepoint’s insider threat protection business, on Monday joined a panel discussion with representatives from industry and the Defense Security Service’s DoD Insider Threat Management and Analysis Center.
The forum covered topics such as the insider threat program lifecycle and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s “Assessing the Mind of the Malicious Insider” report.
Forecepoint’s cybersecurity offerings are on display at Booth 401.