CyberMDConference 2015

CONFERENCE TRACKS

Join us for two action-packed days featuring nationally known speakers and entrepreneurs providing new insight to the world of cybersecurity.

Track A: Cyber Threat Intelligence
Cyber threats are among the gravest national security dangers to the United States. Cyber criminals seek to harm individual citizens, governments and industries through identity theft, economic espionage, politically motivated cyber attacks, and other malicious activity. U.S. counterterrorism efforts is taking a “whole-of-government” approach to defend against and respond to these threats. This track will take a comprehensive look at cyber threat intelligence including new forensic tools, anti-cyber crime programs and policies designed to protect computer networks in all facets of public and private life.

Track B: Cyber Workforce & Education
Developing a strong, viable and resilient cyber workforce is vital to the sustainability of public and private entities. With the growing number of cyber attacks springing up throughout the U.S. and abroad, major players are taken a serious interest in grooming the next generation of cyber warriors. This track will take a honest look at cyber education and workforce growth on the local, regional and national level.

Track C: Cyber Products & Innovation
Effective cyber products and services are hot commodities on the IT spectrum. Innovators with data protection solutions that enable both small and large enterprises to secure and protect networks with limited interference are often sought after. Maryland is a hub of cyber innovation that equips both public and private industry with world-class technologies built for next generation cyber protection and awareness. This track will showcase innovative cyber ideas and technologies.

Track D: Cyber DNA
In 2014, $4.1 billion dollars poured into digital health companies focused on new fields, such as consumer engagement, data and analytics, personalized medicine and wearable devices. Digital health, which is the convergence of the digital and genetics revolutions, has reduced inefficiencies in healthcare delivery, improved access, increased quality, and made medicine more precise. This track will focus on cybersecurity's impact on the future of digital health technology.