Washington, D.C., DC
City Club of Washington D.C. at Franklin Square
As government agencies are faced with an increasing number of advanced threats, it is important to understand the critical components of situational awareness in a way that can truly help organizations make better informed decisions. While this can be a valuable aid in addressing advanced threats, many organizations struggle with implementing situational awareness capabilities at a program level. During this three-hour luncheon, co-sponsored by Check Point, attendees will learn best practices for attaining situational awareness and be given the steps required to achieve security readiness. In addition, the speakers will address how to develop a continuous monitoring program with limited budgets and resources.
Contact Name: Tony Welz
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