September 16 & 17, 2020 | Presented Virtually
If you have not yet registered to attend the virtual Cybersecurity Forum because of scheduling conflicts and time constraints, you can still participate!
Access to the Cybersecurity Forum is available in our ON DEMAND library after each of the panel segments conclude. This will allow you to watch for the first time, or re-watch, as your schedule allows.
Don’t miss out on the most important cybersecurity discussion of the year. Register today!
The Florida Cybersecurity Virtual Forum 2020 kicks off on Wednesday, September 16 at 8:00 am EDT. Thank you for joining us for this important event!
Connecting to and Navigating the Event Page
Use the link above to connect to the event page. You will be unable to log in until 8:00 am on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Prior to the start of the Forum, use this link to access the landing page to view a tutorial video on the navigation of this virtual event. This video will be accessible to you throughout the Forum.
At 8:00 am on Wednesday, the Forum will open, and allow you to enter your log in credentials, using the same email address that was provided upon registration.
The link above will direct you to the Cybersecurity Forum 2020 materials. This information is also available on the Cybersecurity Forum 2020 website.
If any last minute information is received, we will update the link on Tuesday evening with the final version of the Forum materials.
If you are unable to watch the Forum in its entirety on the broadcast dates (Sept. 16-17) or you simply wish to watch specific Forum modules again, you may access the event on-demand by using the same link.
Problems or Questions?
If you have problems logging on or questions, please email Gary Seymour, AIF Administration Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020 Cybersecurity Forum Registration
$49 – Registration
Major General Joseph Brendler (U.S. Army Retired) — Former Chief of Staff for the U.S. Cyber Command & Member of the Senior Advisory Board for Ultimate Knowledge Institute
Christopher Cleary, PMP, CISSP — Chief Information Security Officer for the U.S. Navy
Frank DiBello – President & Chief Executive Officer for Space Florida
Bob Lentz — Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber, Identity and Information Assurance & President and CEO of Cyber Security Strategies, LLC
Vice Admiral John McConnell (U.S. Navy Retired) — Former National Security Agency (NSA) Director & Executive Director of Cyber Florida at USF
Rear Admiral Paul Sohl (U.S. Navy Retired) — CEO of Florida High Tech Corridor Council
Vice Admiral Jan Tighe (U.S. Navy Retired) — Commander of Tenth Fleet/U.S. Navy Fleet Cyber Commander & Former Director of Navy Intelligence
2020 Cybersecurity Forum Program
To view the full 2020 Cybersecurity Forum Program, including session and speaker details, click the button below!
Cyber attacks and data breaches are on the rise. This affects us as individuals, our companies, and is a serious national security threat to our country. Whether you are seeking a “best practices” approach to providing cybersecurity or will be required to meet the new federally mandated standards that for some become effective in 2020, this series of educational offerings provides a current model for responding to real cybersecurity risks that involve all aspects of our society.
Who Should Attend?
Some estimate that in excess of 300,000 companies/individuals will qualify as being subject to the mandatory CMMC Standards required by the Department of Defense. Understanding your possible newly defined obligations is essential for good business planning and will be important for future planning as these new standards are expanded to other Federal agency requirements.
Cybersecurity, Workers’ Comp And The Defense Supply Chain
This article by Jim McConnaughhay, Co-Founder and General Chair of WCI, goes into great detail about the importance of the 2020 Cybersecurity Forum. To read it, click the button below!
Tim Rudolf, CMMC-AB Board of Directors
Panelist Dr. Tim Rudolf shares his opinion in the short video below, “… that [the] baseline of cybersecurity is important” and that “getting between 1 and 2 on our [CMMC] Maturity level is the minimum that every company in America should have.”