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 2023 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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Deadline to purchase a Supporting Partnership is April 13th.

Thought Leadership

Aqua - Booth #3204

CNAPP 101: Achieving Cloud Native Security

According to the CNCF, Cloud native technologies empower organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds. Containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs exemplify this approach. These techniques enable loosely coupled systems that are resilient, manageable, and observable. Combined with robust automation, they allow engineers to make high-impact changes frequently and predictably with minimal toil.

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Ciena - Booth #2723

Network as a Sensor

The safety and security of our critical infrastructure has never been more important than it is today. Adversaries have advanced capabilities and are constantly targeting these systems; consequently, investments in cyber security are expected to top $17 billion in 2021. Still, continued investments in new solutions will not realize their full potential unless foundational capabilities are in place.

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Comcast Business - Booth #3039

Network Modernization: A Stepping-Stone to the Future

In the federal government, oversight agencies have long urged agencies to modernize their networks. Modernization is moving along, as most agencies have initiatives underway, but some aren't as far along as they could be. While there has been progress-especially in switching from the Networx telecommunications contracting vehicle to the more modem Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions • contract, agencies are at different levels in implementing modern technologies, replacing legacy infrastructure and shoring up security.

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The Biden Administration’s National Cybersecurity Strategy

The Biden administration’s new National Cybersecurity Strategy, released Thursday, seeks to reimagine how the cyberspace is used to achieve U.S. goals, including key shifts in how the U.S. government envisions cyber roles, responsibilities, and resources. To do this, the Biden Administration strategy introduces two major cybersecurity policy shifts. Asking software developers to assume more responsibility for cybersecurity breaches. Encouraging long-term financial investment in better cybersecurity practices to slow the chaotic cycle of cyberattacks and ransomware incidents brought on since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Juniper - Booth #2839

The AI-Driven Campus

The network for the next decade centers around delivering better user experiences and simplifying IT operations. Traditional wired and wireless LAN solutions lack the scalability, reliability, security, performance, and agility needed to address today’s challenges and diverse enterprise needs. The AI-driven campus leverages the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in the era of cloud, mobile, and IoT.

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Lumen - Booth #2635

The Communication Constellation: Integrated Network and the USSF

The United States Space Force (USSF) is in a transformational period. Between preparing to defend assets from external adversaries like Russia and China, and supporting internal needs for rapid information gathering, processing, and secure dissemination, the USSF is at the forefront of information and defense in space. To achieve this mission, it is critical that the agency also be at the forefront of information and communication technology. However, with legacy architectures inherited from the U.S. Air Force, the agency now looks to reimagine how it gathers and communicates information at mission speed.

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