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General InformationThe NGA Cyber Security Day is one event in a series of cyber security awareness activities that the NGA is hosting. This event is focused on the consumer and security issues related to everyday use of technologies for the NGA Audience. The expo will be held in the main Atrium area of the NGA Headquarters building on Fort Belvoir East.
NGA CYBER SECURITY DAY AGENDA 20169:00 – 9:45Title: Briefing of Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report Presenter: Mark Rasch, Security Evangelist, Verizon Enterprise Solutions 10:00 – 10:45Title: Focusing on the breach, not the vulnerability; Covering the entire attack continuum; Adopting Threat-centric SecurityPresenter: Joseph Muniz, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Security 11:00 – 11:45Title: The Five W's of Mobile Malware: Examining the Who, What, When, Where,and Why of Mobile Malware and What Can Be Done About ItPresenter: Kevin McPeak, Security & Mobility Architect, Symantec Corporation What Does NGA do? The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is the nation's primary source of geospatial intelligence, or GEOINT for the Department of Defense and the U.S. Intelligence Community. As a DoD combat support agency and a member of the IC, NGA provides GEOINT, in support of U.S. national security and defense, as well as disaster relief. GEOINT is the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information that describes, assesses and visually depicts physical features and geographically referenced activities on the Earth. As a member of the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense, NGA supports a unique mission set. They are committed to acquiring, developing and maintaining the proper technology, people and processes that will enable overall mission success.
How many people work for NGA?NGA employs approximately 14,500 government civilians, military members and contractors, with approximately two-thirds of the workforce located at the NGA Headquarters at NGA Campus East, on Fort Belvoir North Area in Springfield, Va., and approximately one-third of the workforce located at NGA's two St. Louis facilities.
From the NGA Media Room website:
“NGA is at a pivotal crossroads where policy and business processes must move as quickly as IT implementation,” NGA Director Robert Cardillo said. “Executing new missions and leveraging new sources, along with our traditional missions and sources, require us to unify our IT management with IT delivery and sustainment. This merger will enable additional agility to accelerate IT delivery of capabilities while fully leveraging IC ITE and incorporating new data sources.”
Douglas McGovern, now the director of InnoVision, the agency’s research and development arm, will lead the newly merged chief information officer and information technology functions. NGA’s former deputy chief operating officer, McGovern brings exceptional technical expertise and managerial skill to this new position.
David Bottom, now the director of information technology services, will direct the agency’s leader development program. Bottom brings outstanding enthusiasm and experience to an agency program focused on developing the next generation of NGA and intelligence community leaders.
David White, now the chief information officer, will serve as the first NGA fellow to the recently established Intelligence and National Security Foundation. The foundation is an offshoot of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public-private organization. White is uniquely qualified to provide key interface and expertise with our partners from industry and academia through this very important professional association.
Social Media security training, Anti-Phishing Technologies, Mobile Security, Cloud Security, Network Security, and other cyber related technologies.
You must complete an FBC Security Form and submit to FBC by the due date given below. Please click the link below to go to our GeoTrust® secured on-line security information form. You will also have the option of downloading our printable security form and submitting the information by fax. Admittance to the event cannot be guaranteed if we do not receive the information by the due date.
SECURITY DUE DATE: Monday, April 3, 2017 by 12:00 p.m. EST
Exhibitors who fail to comply with the security requirements may be denied access to the event site by the hosting agency. FBC will not be responsible and will not provide refunds to exhibitors who are denied admission to or dismissed from the event site due to failure to comply with the security instructions.
Exhibiting companies may bring 2 on-site representative(s) to staff their exhibit booth.
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-Company Listing in the Exhibit Guide
-Refreshments and Lunch
-Face to face meetings with NGA personnel & contractors
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The Expo will be held on the Ground Floor on the Atrium area outside the Benjamin Banneker Conference Center.
Directions from the North and East down I-495: Take the Beltway Inner Loop (I-495/I-95 South) Continue on I-495/I-95 past the Van Dorn Street exit Take the ramp leading to I-95 South to Richmond Take Exit 166B – Heller Road Stay in the right exit lane Turn RIGHT onto Heller Road (for NGA Visitors) Turn LEFT onto Barta Road Turn LEFT onto GEOINT Drive (toward NGA’s Main Gate) Before entering the Main Gate, turn RIGHT into the Visitor Parking Lot After parking, check in at the Visitor Control Center
Directions from the North along I-395: Take the I-395 South Continue on I-395 past the Edsall Road exit Take Exit 1A – I-95 South to Richmond Take Exit 166B – Heller Road Stay in the right exit lane Turn RIGHT onto Heller Road (for NGA Visitors) Turn LEFT onto Barta Road Turn LEFT onto GEOINT Drive (toward NGA’s Main Gate) Before entering the Main Gate, turn RIGHT into the Visitor Parking Lot After parking, check in at the Visitor Control Center
Directions from the North and West along I-495: Take the Beltway Outer Loop (I-495) Take Exit 57A – I-95 South to Richmond Take Exit 166B – Heller Road Stay in the right exit lane Turn RIGHT onto Heller Road (for NGA Visitors) Turn LEFT onto Barta Road Turn LEFT onto GEOINT Drive (toward NGA’s Main Gate) Before entering the Main Gate, turn RIGHT into the Visitor Parking Lot After parking, check in at the Visitor Control Center
Directions from I-95 and Points South: Take I-95 North toward the Springfield Interchange Take EXIT 166B/Backlick Road (VA-617 N) onto Fairfax County Parkway (VA-7100) Take Backlick Road North (VA-617 N) Continue on Backlick Road (past Fullerton Road) At the intersection of Backlick Road & Barta Road, turn LEFT onto Barta Road Go STRAIGHT at the intersection with Heller Road Turn LEFT onto GEOINT Drive (toward NGA’s Main Gate) Before entering the Main Gate, turn RIGHT into the Visitor Parking Lot After parking, check in at the Visitor Control Center
Directions from Springfield and the Franconia/Springfield Parkway: Take Backlick Road South At the intersection of Backlick Road & Barta Road, turn RIGHT onto Barta Road Go STRAIGHT at the intersection with Heller Road Turn LEFT onto GEOINT Drive (toward NGA’s Main Gate) Before entering the Main Gate, turn RIGHT into the Visitor Parking Lot After parking, check in at the Visitor Control Center
Vendors will park in the Visitor's Center Parking Lot and will proceed to the Visitor's Center to receive a temporary parking pass. From the Visitor's Center vendors will be escorted to the main entrance with their equipment. Vendors will need a hand cart to transport their equipment from the Visitor's Center Parking Lot to the Main Entrance.
The Security Awareness Days sessions will take place in the Benjamin Banneker Conference Center on the Ground Floor adjacent to the Atrium Expo area.
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