Cybersecurity has emerged as one of the leading creators of jobs and opportunity for all economic sectors. An ecosystem of technology providers, policy makers, legal expertise, banking, insurance, devices, educational programs and devices have emerged to deal with the cyber security issues that have become commonplace. In turn, the marketplace has responded by demanding a new workforce capable of taking on this challenge.
The NICE 2015 Conference and Expo features thought leaders from education, government, industry and non-profits to address the future cybersecurity education needs of the nation.
This two-day event covers:
In conjunction with the conference, there will be a vendor expo showcasing the latest products and services.
Don’t miss this opportunity as there are a limited number of exhibit booths available (30) and sponsorships are encouraged. All showcase participants will receive:
Visibility to all attendees including program executives, innovators, and senior leadership from across the spectrum of public and private sector stakeholders in the Cyber Education Initiative
On-line exposure prior to, during, and after the event
Company listing (and ad/logo for sponsors) within the program guide
Listing on the NICE365 National Cyber Education Map.
The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) has evolved from the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative, and extends its scope beyond the federal workplace to include civilians and students in kindergarten through post-graduate school. The goal of NICE is to establish an operational, sustainable, and continually improving cybersecurity education program for the nation to use sound cyber practices that will enhance the nation’s security.
Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC) specializes in producing conferences and trade show events at Federal Government locations throughout the United States. Each month thousands of federal employees attend FBC events to evaluate the latest advances in technology, military hardware, training, and other product areas, as well as update their sources for future requirements.