Carrie Wibben to Discuss Critical US Infrastructure Resilience

Join the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Exiger and fellow experts and innovators from across the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, industry, and academia at DoDIIS. From December 5 – 8, 2021, we will share unique insights on this year’s conference theme: Foresight 20/20: Building a New Digital Ecosystem. This year’s theme emphasizes the urgent race to discover and adopt innovative solutions. This is in order to maintain a competitive strategic advantage over our adversaries. The disruptive nature of technological advancements necessitates expanded collaboration and partnerships.

Exiger President of Government Solutions Carrie Wibben will be attending as a breakout speaker for the following session:

Protecting Critical US Infrastructure: Strengthening Resilience

Monday 6 December | Room 2 | 16:00 – 1700 GMT

USG Critical infrastructure systems are a pillar of competitive advantage for the US economy. Despite their criticality, previous high-profile attacks have shown that the infrastructure is under protected and exposed. This includes threats like cyberthreats, supply chain risks, operational risks, State adversaries, and criminal activity. The complexity involved with illuminating critical infrastructure risks is compounded by several factors. This includes scale of data, speed computing, lack of visibility into certain threat vectors such as risk in hardware and software used by these entities, and integration with partners. Learn how both the U.S. government and the critical infrastructure community can leverage current and emerging technologies to proactively identify, mitigate and manage risk of adversarial exploitation, fraud, or network compromise through advanced analytics and open-source information.

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