2014 Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop: 24-26 Sep in Crystal City VA

August 29, 2014
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By Bob Gourley

If you are or have been involved in enterprise grade cyber security you know the importance of collaboration among trusted teams of professionals. One of the most virtuous groups enhancing the ability to execute on trusted collaboration is the TSCP: The Transglobal Secure Collaboration Participation (TSCP). This non profit is a collective forum of worldwide stakeholders in the defense industry seeking to address security issues in the collaboration space. TSCP is the only government and industry partnership that has created a framework for secure electronic transmission and sharing of sensitive information internationally.

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TSCP’s Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop is an opportunity for professional information sharing focused on secure collaboration among industry partners and their supply chain members, mitigating the risks of information security breaches, and accelerating secure information sharing while reducing overall program costs.

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Sessions will cover: Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management (FICAM); Federal Cloud Credential Exchange (FCCX); National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC); Mobility and Digital Strategy; Identity in the Cloud; Device Health/Machine Identity; PIV and PIV-I High Assurance Cards; Identity Trust Framework; Supply Chain Authentication, and more.

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Contact us here and ask for a 20% discount code off of your registration.