Balancing the need for cybersecurity with the desire for innovation

July 14, 2017

With recent headlines following ransomware attacks around the world, we all recognize the need to protect organizations from cybercrime, but does that have an adverse impact on our ability to strive for innovation?

This was the topic of a thought-provoking discussion at a recent executive roundtable featuring Angie Heise, Civil Group President at Leidos, alongside  Renee Wynn, CIO at NASA, and Captain Michael Dickey, Commander, U.S. Coast Guard C4IT Service Center.

The discussion, moderated by Federal News Radio will also air on Tuesday, July 18 at noon ET on WFED 1500 AM (U.S. only) or via federalnewsradio.com (click on ‘Listen Live’).

Another roundtable featuring Angie will air on Tuesday, Aug. 8 at noon ET. Stayed tuned for the next installment. 

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