Certified InfoSec Presents the 2021
for CLASSIFIED CONFERENCE
August 31, a hybrid live/virtual conference, held in conjunction with
Join your colleagues at the CSfC Conference:
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The International Cryptographic Module Conference is one of the largest annual gatherings for developers and testing labs of FIPS- or CC-certified ICT components, products, and solutions, as well as leaders from leaders from the relevant standards organizations and government agencies. The CSfC Conference is an opportunity for these participants to spend a day focused on opportunities in the CSfC program.
For a wide range of solutions providers, CSfC will open a large and reliable new market: US Government customers within the National Security Systems (NSS) who need the latest commercial technology solutions to achieve their mission objectives. The National Security Agency’s (NSA) Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program was created to enable rapid certification of these products for classified use. But achieving and maintaining CSfC certification requires development expertise, detailed assessments, key partnerships, and continuing guidance. With these goals in mind, the CSfC Conference brings together the entire industry value chain for commercial products used in layered solutions protecting classified NSS data.
The conference provides an overview and updates on CSfC program objectives, including: Understanding security requirements and translating those security requirements into product requirements • Implementing security features and providing vendor support for certified products • Encryption and other requirements for implementing the Data-at-Rest (DAR) capabilities package • Defending against side-channel attacks • Integrating physical security, and secure mobility in CSfC solutions • What’s currently state-of-the-art in tactical CSfC technologies.
If you plan to develop, assess, specify, implement or support commercial solutions in support of national security objectives, the CSfC Conference will provide the guidance you need to succeed.
Register by August 18, save $250 off the Regular Fee
Includes live in-person access to all conference activities including ICMC sessions Wed-Fri, Sep 1-3, CSfC Conference and CMMC Day on Tue, Aug 31, breaks, lunches, receptions, exhibitor showcase, and all conference materials.
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