By Bob Gourley
The 2014 Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop is being held 24-26 Sep in DC. This gathering, facilitated by the Transglobal Secure Collaboration Participation (TSCP) pulls together leaders in real secure information exchange, including information exchange across and between enterprises.
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Join the Leaders in Secure Collaboration
|TSCP is proud to present the Trusted Cyber Collaboration Workshop, an opportunity for professional information sharing, and a vendor exhibition. The event is 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. Please take a moment to review the growing speaker roster below–you’ll find over two dozen leaders in secure collaboration, and all of them will be speaking this Fall. We look forward to seeing you!
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.
Presentations By and For the TSCP Community and Industry
Speakers include information security leaders from government agencies, military departments, technology companies, the intelligence community, as well as TSCP members. The conference will showcase the work of the TSCP community and its efforts to solve common challenges that impact major programs today
A Conference Agenda of Current, Crucial Subject Matter
Sessions cover: Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management (FICAM); Federal Cloud Credential Exchange (FCCX); National Strategy for Trusted Identities (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.
Organized by the Industry Leader in Secure Collaboration
Following the mission of TSCP, the conference will deliver information and expert insights designed to tackle today’s challenges. TSCP member companies are the leaders in large-scale, international collaborative programs. The conference will tap this collective expertise to create an independent, market-focused forum on the challenges of collaboration and interoperability.
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