The Federal Business Council (FBC) organizes mission-specific cybersecurity conferences and trade exhibits, as well as in-agency events, at venues around the United States.
Thousands of government employees attend FBC events each month to assess the most recent advancements in cybersecurity technology, military gear, training, and other product categories. FBC has produced hundreds of events for the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and federal civilian organizations since its inception in 1976. FBC has evolved into a complete resource for industry marketing to the federal government during the last 41 years.
Cyber Maryland 2022
The Federal Business Council (FBC) hosts the CyberMaryland Conference every year in collaboration with academics, government, and private business groups. Every year, the event brings together the brightest to assure today’s cyber-security and educate tomorrow’s cybersecurity experts. Additionally, the conference allows Maryland to exhibit its natural leadership in the field of cybersecurity. This is a one-of-a-kind group of people united by a common goal: to advance the cyber security business via collaboration, increased security awareness, and assisting Marylanders in leading safer digital lives.
While Maryland is the epicenter of cyber security, CyberMaryland’s impact go well beyond the state. Maryland-based organizations provide services to protect cyberspace in general across the world. Maryland’s “Cyber Industrial Complex” is a unique blend of business innovation, cyber education excellence, and government institutions with cyber as a primary objective. CyberMaryland is also active in the IT/cyber security communities in the United States and internationally. Maryland is honored to welcome delegations from all across the country and the world to share their expertise. These partnerships open up new doors, reinforce old bonds, and open up new possibilities. CyberMaryland is one of CyberUSA’s founding members.
This year’s conference will be a hybrid event featuring both in-person and virtual attendance. Industry partners with knowledge/experience to contribute are encouraged to present at CyberMaryland. Attendees will have access to the sessions from this event for up to 30 days following the event!
NLIT Summit 2022
Who exactly gives the United States the scientific and technical capabilities it needs to remain competitive?
There are 17 National Laboratories run by the Department of Energy (DOE), each of which is home to a sizable and devoted workforce. This elite organisation is responsible for carrying out long-term scientific and technology missions for the government, which may include significant issues related to security, safety, project management, or other areas of operation. In addition, these coworkers meet together once a year for an event called the NLIT (National Laboratories Information Technology) Summit, where they address information technology (IT) and cybersecurity concerns that are specific to the national laboratory system.
The NLIT Summit is an event that takes place over many days and enables participants to discuss information management, as well as best practices, strategies, and approaches. Presentations, panel discussions, new equipment and technology demonstrations, and information exchange take place throughout each day of the conference.
The 2021 Virtual NLIT Summit was a big success, with over 850 guests coming from all throughout the DOE Complex. There were more than 100 firms in the industry that supported the event.
Savannah River Cybersecurity Summit
Researchers from academia, industry, research groups, companies, and public authorities working in the field of cybersecurity and related areas will be able to meet at the Savannah River Cyber Summit (SRCS), which is scheduled to take place on September 27-28, 2022 in North Augusta, South Carolina. The researchers will be able to share their knowledge and experiences with one another with the intention of bolstering research and constructing networks in the field.
This will result in an entertaining event full of thought-provoking presentations of new research, interesting keynote speeches, and the opportunity to network with specialists and researchers working on the topic of cybersecurity.
Using the expertise that can be found in research universities and national laboratories, the Strategic Research and Capabilities Showcase (SRCS) will highlight innovative and cutting-edge discoveries with the goal of providing support for USARMY’s CyberCommand across the greater Ft. Gordon Cyber District.
This event will be one of the most forward-thinking and technologically advanced in the field of cybersecurity technology in the United States. It will provide exceptional learning and networking opportunities for growing industry leaders and industry visionaries. We accomplish this by providing educational sessions that are both thorough and cutting-edge. These sessions are provided by leaders in the field and address a number of vital security challenges and developing concepts that our nation is now confronting.
Wyoming Blockchain Stampede 2022
According to Steven Lupien, director of the CBDI at the University of Wyoming, “The Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, like the new UW Center for Blockchain and Digital Innovation (CBDI), is blockchain inclusive.” “The subject of the rush, “Future Forward,” reflects our efforts to go forward in all aspects of blockchain, including cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and digital assets, which will generate new opportunities for business and technology in Wyoming and throughout the world.
Savannah River Cyber Summit 2022
The Savannah River Cyber Summit (SRCS), scheduled for September 27–28, 2022 in North Augusta, South Carolina, will serve as a forum for researchers from academia, industry, research groups, companies, and government agencies working in the field of cybersecurity and related areas to share knowledge and experience in order to advance research and create networks in the area.
As a result, there will be a riveting keynote address, provocative new study presentation, and networking chances with cybersecurity experts and academics.
(SRCS) will make use of the expertise found at research institutions and national laboratories with an emphasis on helping USARMY’s CyberCommand across the wider Ft. Gordon Cyber District to promote unique and cutting-edge findings.
One of the most cutting-edge cybersecurity technology conferences in the US, this event will provide visionaries and up-and-coming leaders in the sector with rare educational and collaboration possibilities. We achieve this by providing thorough, state-of-the-art educational programs delivered by eminent industry speakers, covering a range of crucial security concerns and cutting-edge ideas facing our Nation.
CMS CISO Cybersecurity Forum 2022
The annual CISO Cyber Security Awareness Forum & Training Forum is being held by the Information Security & Privacy Group (ISPG) in support of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
All businesses, including CMS, must have a cybersecurity culture. The internet serves a variety of functions and supports a large number of our daily activities. There is evidence that cyberattacks are happening more frequently as technology advances, and if they are effective, they may have negative effects. Everybody benefits from a more secure online environment if they can recognize and avoid frequent cyberattacks.
In order to safeguard information technology systems and data from cyberattacks and to encourage clear and consistent communications on cybersecurity and privacy protections, National Cyber Security Awareness Month aims to engage and educate CMS workers.
Kirtland AFB/Sandia Labs Tech & Cyber Day 2023
The purpose of this expo is to encourage information exchanges between industry partners and Kirtland Air Force Base Information Management Officers, Information Technology personnel, and Contracting Officers, as well as end-users, developers, scientists, researchers, and project managers in the fields of cybersecurity and information technology.
Because of the location’s size, FBC will collaborate with the Public Affairs Offices, focusing promotions on information technology, cyber, and contracting individuals from large commands and smaller units/tenants. Please keep in mind that while Sandia Labs and DOE officials are always welcome, the majority of guests are from the Air Force side of Kirtland AFB.
Kirtland Air Force Base:
Kirtland AFB is the Air Force Materiel Command’s third largest post, employing over 23,000 people, including more than 4,200 active duty, 3,200 part-time Air Force Reserve, and 1,000 Air National Guard troops. The 377th Air Base Wing is the host wing at Kirtland AFB. The 377 Air Base Wing supports about 76 Federal government tenants and associate units, as well as 384 private sector tenants and allied units, with weapons maintenance, readiness and training, and base operations support. The Air Force Materiel Command’s Nuclear Weapons Center and its subordinate wings, the 498th Armament Systems Wing, and the 377th Air Base Wing are among these tenants. It also houses the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Albuquerque office, the Air Force Safety Center, the Air Force Inspection Agency, the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center, the Department of Energy’s Albuquerque, New Mexico, office, and Sandia National Laboratories.
Cyber Maryland: Governance & Policy Forum 2023
CyberMaryland is a one-of-a-kind group of people united in their desire to advance the cybersecurity business via unity, increased security knowledge, and assisting Marylanders in leading safer digital lives.
This is certainly one of the more interesting Cybersecurity Conferences in Maryland.
An all-volunteer Advisory Council, comprised of cyber security advocates from across the cyber ecosystem, collaborates to keep the region on track. Education, workforce development, policy, technology, finance, venture capital, government, insurance, legal, and almost every economic issue linked to cyber security are all addressed by the Advisory Board.
This community also contributes to projects including the Maryland Cyber Challenge, the Cyber Maryland Conference, the Cyber Security Hall of Fame, and the Cyber Maryland Showcase. This public-private partnership has a strong emphasis on increasing support and awareness for STEM education, creating the next generation of cyber security professionals, and expanding economic prospects in the region. The Cyber Maryland Education Foundation has been established, and we are thrilled to announce its establishment. Cyber Maryland initiatives generate funds for educational possibilities for Maryland youth.
While the state of Maryland is the epicenter of cyber security, CyberMaryland’s tentacles and influence stretch much further. Across Maryland, organizations provide services to defend cyberspace in general around the world. Maryland’s “Cyber Industrial Complex” is a unique blend of commercial innovation, expertise in cyber education, and government institutions with a primary focus on cyber.
CyberMaryland is also active in the US and international IT/cyber security communities. Maryland is happy to welcome delegations from all across the country and the world to share their strengths. These alliances provide new opportunities, improve current relationships, and forge new connections. CyberMaryland was a founding member of CyberUSA.
Finally, CyberMaryland’s people are its heart and soul. Their volunteers devote many hours and financial resources to making the CyberMaryland community stronger.
Nobody does cyber security better than CyberMaryland!
CMS CISO Cybersecurity Forum 2023
The Information Security & Privacy Group (ISPG) will be conducting the annual CISO Cyber Security Awareness Forum & Training Forum in honor of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which takes place every October.
The development of a CMS culture that prioritizes cybersecurity is an essential step for all enterprises. They rely on the Internet for many aspects of our day-to-day lives, including a variety of activities and pursuits. There is evidence that cyber-attacks are happening more frequently as technology advances, and the effects they have can be detrimental if they are successful in their mission. Everyone can benefit from a more secure online environment if more people are aware of how to spot typical cyberattacks and protect themselves from them.
During the month of October, which is designated as National Cyber Security Awareness Month, their objective is to encourage clear and consistent communication on cybersecurity and privacy protections, as well as to engage and educate CMS workers on the topic of protecting information technology systems and data against cyberattacks.
Cyber and Technology Day at Fort Gordon 2023
The Army’s ‘cyber centre of gravity’ is located at Fort Gordon.
It is home to the United States Army Signal Corps, Cyber Corps, Cyber Protection Brigade, Cyber Centre of Excellence, and, more recently, the United States Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER). So, if your product or service is relevant to cybersecurity, Fort Gordon is the place to be.
The Fort’s 2023 Cyber and Technology Day is a wonderful opportunity for IT, cybersecurity, and tactical technology-oriented enterprises to network with key Army IT, communications, and cybersecurity specialists.
All Fort Gordon personnel are invited, including some Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and international cyber units that operate and train there. The majority of the 100 people who planned to attend are from the Cyber Protection Brigade and Military Intelligence. A small but prominent group attended the previous occasion.