Applying AI to Data for Cyber Hygiene and National Security Forum

Applying AI to Data for Cyber Hygiene and National Security Forum

March 10th, 2022 7:00am EST   2941 Restaurant, 2941 Fairview Park, Falls Church, VA 22042

Government agencies are working to integrate advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning technology into their critical infrastructures to combat the increasing frequency and severity of cybersecurity threats.

With capabilities like rapid data collection and processing, as well as enhanced real-time visibility and analysis for cyber defense, AI/ML can help organizations perform critical investigations, quickly identify potential vulnerabilities and glean insights from collected data while complying with the government’s strict, evolving cybersecurity guidelines and mandates.

Join ExecutiveBiz Events’ Applying AI to Data for Cyber Hygiene and National Security forum to hear from leaders across the public and private sectors as they share insights into how agencies can leverage data as a center of gravity to withstand the growing threat of cyber attacks and bolster national cybersecurity.

  • Stephen Wallace
    Stephen Wallace - Keynote
    Chief Technology Officer, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

    Stephen Wallace is chief technology officer of the Defense Information Systems Agency. He also serves as the director of DISA’s Emerging Technology Directorate. Wallace focuses on delivering innovative processes, services and capabilities across the agency. The EM Directorate develops, executes, prioritizes and collaborates EM-based needs, such as browser isolation, software-defined networking and assured identity. Previously, Wallace served as the technical director of DISA’s Development and Business Center. In this role, he worked on integrating commercial and government-owned technologies in support of the agency’s emerging technologies. Wallace’s other former roles within DISA include chief of cyber innovation and chief engineer for Department of Defense Enterprise Email. Prior to joining DISA, Wallace was a government contractor for Computer Sciences Corporation. During this time, he worked to build a variety of enterprise class collaboration, identity management and authentication systems for the federal government. Wallace has a Master of Science in cybersecurity and a Bachelor of Science in telecommunications, both from Capitol College. He holds a Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification and is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School Senior Executive Program.

  • 7:00am - 8:00am EST


  • 8:00am - 8:05am EST

    Welcome & Opening Remarks

  • 8:05am - 8:45am EST

    Keynote Address: Stephen Wallace

  • 8:45am - 9:45am EST

    Panel Discussion

  • 9:45am - 9:50am EST

    Closing Comments

Back to Top