CIO Council conducts a security boot camp
GCN Photos by Henrik G. DeGyor
The CIO Council put electronic security concerns through the wringer last month at the Secure E-Business Executive Summit in Washington.
The e-security conference, described as a two-day executive boot camp, also was co-hosted by the Society for Information Management, the Intelligence Community CIO Office and the Defense Department.Larry Johnson
, information assurance chief architect for the Defense Logistics Agency, and Rex Myers
, information assurance technical framework director for the National Security Agency, take part in a panel discussion on building secure infrastructures.
Former DOD official Marv Langston
, now a vice president with Science Applications International Corp., talks about enterprise integration with Mark Day
, deputy CIO of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Government IT managers attend one of the summit's 25 panels, sessions and workshops.
Among the speakers conducting a workshop on using public-key infrastructures for security were Peter Alterman
, director of operations in the National Institutes of Health's Office of Extramural Research.