The Federal IT Security Institute (FITSI) in partnership with Phoenix TS is hosting the third annual Federal IT Security Conference. Speakers from NIST, DHS, the Defense Department as well as private industry will be in attendance discussing the themes and trends that are influencing the Federal/DoD cyber landscape.
This year’s conference will take place on Wednesday, November 7 at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center.
All proceeds from the event will go towards retraining members of the Wounded Warriors organization to become cyber defenders!
Please click here for a downloadable PDF overview of the conference.
About the Federal IT Security Institute
The Federal IT Security Institute (FITSI), based in Alexandria, Virginia, offers role-based certification to four groups of federal IT professionals: managers, designers, operators and auditors. FITSI provides certification exams with the objective of making federal IT systems more secure by assuring that the people who create and manage them understand and apply the appropriate federal IT security standards. FITSI is based in Alexandria, VA.
Since 1998, Phoenix TS has committed and delivered on the promise of high quality training services with results at an affordable price point, earning the trust of both public and private sector customers by consistently delivering excellent training results at an affordable price point. We offer a full catalog of vendor specific and vendor agnostic IT, business process, and management training solutions. Our focus on building an enjoyable learning environment is a major reason our students return time after time.
About the Wounded Warrior Cyber Combat Academy (W2CCA)
The mission of the Wounded Warrior Cyber Combat Academy (W2CCA) is "To Build the Next Generation of Cyber Defenders by Cross-Training the League of Wounded Warriors to help Protect and Defend the Nation’s Information Systems." The W2CCA program is run by the FITSI Foundation which is a 501c3 public charity.
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