TechNet Cyber Supporting Partner Opportunities

Stand Out in the Crowd! If branding, lead generation and market visibility are important to your organization, the supporting partner opportunities available at TechNet Cyber 2022 are exactly what you need. This event attracts over 4,000 cyber security professionals, who want to see the leading industry solutions, and take part in networking and business building opportunities.

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First Right of Refusal is currently active for several supporting opportunities. Please check back after Wednesday, March 9th to view any new opportunities that may become available. Deadline to purchase supporting partner opportunities is March 25th.

Thought Leadership

Computer World Services Corporation - Booth #3322

Zero Trust Digital Transformation

In response to the evolving threat vectors exploited by foreign and domestic "Bad Actors", Zero Trust has emerged as the paradigm shift that modernizes legacy-based perimeter security to a granular entity, permissions, roles and activity access controls deisgned to protect data, systems and infrastructure. Zero Trust assumes there is no implicit trust granted to users, systems, services and applications based solely on their core "General Support System access.

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ESG (Enterprise Strategy Group) - SPONSOR

Network Security Without Borders

In 2011, industry visionary Marc Andreessen wrote a now famous article titled, Why Software is Eating the World. The article correctly pointed out that software is at the heart of every modern industry—from retail to healthcare, to transportation, to financial services, and so on. Ten years later, Andreessen’s prediction is certainly true. It could be argued that this trend accelerated over the past few years, driven by digital transformation, cloud computing, and an increasing population of remote workers.

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GDIT - Booth #3224

The MPE and JADC2

Today, our national defense is intrinsically tied to our ability to effectively partner with our allies. As the newly released Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) strategy notes, the “ideal mission partner system integration is realized when data from each partner’s C2 systems can be accessed, viewed, and acted upon by every other partner.” We are not at the beginning of our MPE journey, but there is a great deal of work that needs to be done before the vision is realized.

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Leidos - Booth #3209

Transformation Begins Now

As your Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) Service, Management, Integration and Transport (SMIT) service provider, we will leverage that digital modernization expertise to improve network operations and introduce new and expanded capabilities to the 650,000 uniformed and civilian professionals who depend on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), the OCONUS Naval Enterprise Network (ONE-Net), and the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN) for daily IT services.

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Lumen - Booth #3206

EITaaS at the Air Force

Technological advancements have developed beyond custom systems enabling commercially available enhanced tools globally for Airmen and Guardians to attain and quickly respond to mission imperatives in 2022, better than any time in history. The path to successful digital transformation for the Department of the Air Force (DAF) starts with the vision of what tools your Airmen/Guardians require and working with trusted vendors to deliver a consolidated service platform at scale and maintained through the full program lifecycle.

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Accelerating Business into JWCC

JWCC, or the Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability, is the enterprise multicloud contract of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). It’s a $9 billion, 5-year base plus option-year contract where AWS, Azure, Google, and Oracle will be provided sole source task orders. To take advantage of the opportunity presented by JWCC, cloud service providers must offer their own unique warfighter cloud services that can lower risk for the DoD.

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ScienceLogic - Booth #3939

Simplify Your Agency's Digital Transformation

Government agencies face unique challenges in moving forward with digital transformation. Their IT infrastructures are typically huge and complex with enormous numbers of devices, applications, services, and tools. And they struggle with making sense out of massive amounts of disparate data to effectively manage their organizations and deliver their mission objectives.

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Trellix - Booth #3414

3 Reasons to Transform your Security with XDR

Imagine if your business could consolidate security tools into a holistic ecosystem that’s always learning and adapting to keep you safe. With extended detection and response (XDR), you can. It empowers you to identify and address incidents, simplify complex security products, and build a reliable security infrastructure.

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Tricentis - Booth #3028

End-to-end test automation for federal digital transformationsn

Automated end-to-end tests are widely recognized as being difficult to create, slow to execute, and fast to break as the associated application components evolve. These challeng-es are exacerbated when digital transformation initiatives accelerate the scope and speed of application changes that require testing. In federal environments, addressing these challenges involves additional concerns of covering spe-cialized custom/legacy systems, ensuring traceability, and optimizing efficiency.

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Verizon - SPONSOR

Cybersecurity strategies need to evolve.

Over the past 20 years, cybersecurity strategies have primarily focused on protecting the network perimeter in a physically defined space. However, over the course of nearly two years, as the federal workforce retreated home and many traditional offices disappeared, this perimeter has been redefined. Now the network perimeter is everywhere: it’s the user’s house, a coffee shop, a co-working space or the traditional office. As a result, federal cybersecurity strategies need to evolve as well.

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