THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING!
ICMCP’s landmark event will elevate the national dialogue on the very necessary strategic, tactical and operational imperatives needed to attract and develop minority cybersecurity practitioners. The Conference will focus on the public, private, academic and legislative components necessary for engineering the pipeline of diverse practitioners critical to addressing the cross-industry cybersecurity skills shortage .
During the 1 ½ day conference, attendees will:• Interact with key legislators championing cybersecurity workforce bills
• Engage very senior thought leaders from industry, government and academia
• Network with security luminaries and peer practitioners from various industry verticals
• Interact with cutting-edge security vendors
• Attend professional development workshops
• Explore career paths in cybersecurity
• Learn about scholarships and internship opportunities
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
March 23–24, 2016
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Cybersecurity Executives, Cybersecurity Professionals, Exhibitors, Students, and Aspiring Practitioners
The Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Cir, NW Washington, DC 20005
HOTEL RESERVATION INFORMATION
The Washington Plaza Hotel (office conference venue) is graciously offering participants of the National Conference a discounted rate of $199 US per night (exclusive of tax and service) and subject to availability. Two days pre and post nights are also subject to availability.
If have any trouble accessing the rate, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org for direct assistance.
Learn more about the city, airport details, ground transportation options, and things to do on the About the City page.
"Cybersecurity has never been more important to the national and the economic security of our nation than it is today. It is imperative that our academic institutions at all levels, as well as our public and private sector leaders explore all untapped or under-tapped sources, to bring diverse talents and perspectives to bear on the ever evolving and increasingly sophisticated threats from cyberspace threats ."
"As the need for cybersecurity professionals continues to outpace our nation’s cybersecurity workforce it is critical that we create more opportunities for women and majority minority groups to fill these positions. The national conference is the first major step towards protecting what is becoming the frontline in the war to protect our nation’s critical infrastructure.”
~ Veda Woods, ICMCP’s Executive Director.