Chenega Decision Sciences (CDS), a subsidiary of Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) Chenega Corporation’s MIOS strategic business unit, is proud to announce its panel session, “The Importance of Securing our Critical Infrastructure” at CyberUSA 2019.
CDS President, Joe McNeely, will act as the moderator as Cloud Engineer SME, Dennis Hollenbeck and Senior Cloud Engineer, Brandon Murphy discuss the ever evolving threat environment and the six key points to consider when securing critical infrastructure.
The CyberUSA Conference will be held in College Park, MD at the University of Maryland Samuel Riggs Alumni Hall on Thursday January 24, 2019. The CDS Panel Session will begin promptly at 3:15pm EST. View the full agenda on the CyberUSA 2019 website here.
CyberUSA is a collaboration of states focused on a common mission purpose of enabling innovation, education, workforce development, enhanced cyber readiness and resilience – all while connecting the cyber ecosystem of the United States and its Allies. This non-profit “community of communities” is governed by its members, established to enhance information sharing between states and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation – local, regional and national. CyberUSA provides a communication framework, a national summit and cyber related resources to communities across the United States.
Chenega Decision Sciences (CDS) provides federal agencies and the DOD the power of proven expertise in Information Technology (IT), Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Software Engineering, and Staff Services. Formed in 2013 to serve federal customers CONUS, CDS has grown into a global IT pioneer and integrator that maintains dozens of operations CONUS as well as supporting missions abroad.