CACI Co-sponsors Symposium on Cyber, Insider Threat

Frances Fragos Townsend

Along with the U.S. Naval Institute and the Center for Security Policy, CACI will co-sponsor a March symposium that will explore the issues revolving around cyber and insider threats.

Called “Countering Cyber Challenges to the Industrial Base,” the conference is an invitation-only, apolitical event part of  a series on asymmetric threats and how to counter them.

Keynote speakers include U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John R. Bolton, former Virginia Gov. James S. Gilmore, III and Frances Fragos Townsend, chairwoman of the board of directors of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance and former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush.

Panelists will feature leaders and experts from government, industry and academia, with topics varying from industry concerns to the view from Capitol Hill.

The symposium will be held March 1, 2011 at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C.

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