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What’s next in cyber security? Ask DNI’s Melissa Hathaway

What's next in cyber security? Ask DNI's Melissa Hathaway - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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What's next in cyber security? Ask DNI's Melissa Hathaway - top government contractors - best government contracting eventWith the war winding down and a near-trillion dollar deficit on the horizon, chances are the federal budget will soon see some tightening. But cyber security is still slated to be a big line item in the budget this coming year, and for good reason. With cyber thieves targeting both consumers and the nation’s defense and intelligence infrastructure with greater frequency, cyber security is fast becoming the top issue of the day. For government contractors that raises the question of how to position themselves in an increasingly complex “” and competitive “” marketplace.

For answers, many in the defense and intelligence community look to Melissa Hathaway. As Cyber Coordination Executive for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), Hathaway has been leading the coordination strategy of the government’s interagency taskforce charged with cyber security. Hathaway also writes and speaks on information assurance and its relevance. To get Hathaway’s take on alliances and partnering, rethinking relationships between the government and the private sector, and other key issues facing cyber security in 2009, be sure to check out her upcoming appearance at ExecutiveBiz, Tuesday, January 13 from 8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. For more details, click here.

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