Next week, Palo Alto Networks will be hosting our inaugural Federal Ignite Conference in Washington, D.C. We’re excited to bring together top leaders in government, industry and cybersecurity for interactive conversation and breakout sessions on threat prevention in the public sector.
This event reflects an evolution of our popular Federal Forum by bringing the technical and educational format of our annual Ignite Conference to the federal space. We have a dynamic speaker lineup of leading cybersecurity experts from Palo Alto Networks and top U.S. government officials, including:
- Thomas P. Bossert, assistant to the president, Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, the White House
- Congressman John Ratcliffe, chairman, House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection
- Congressman Mike Gallagher, member, House Homeland Security Committee and House Armed Services Committee
- Mark McLaughlin, chairman and CEO, Palo Alto Networks
- Lee Klarich, chief product officer, Palo Alto Networks
- John Davis, vice president and federal chief security officer, Palo Alto Networks
- Peter Kim, chief information security officer, U.S. Air Force
- Donald Freese, deputy assistant director, Information Technology Branch, FBI
- Chris Wlaschin, chief information security officer, U.S. Health and Human Services
- Jay Huie, director, Secure Cloud Portfolio, Technology Transformation Service, U.S. General Services Administration
We’re looking forward to a day full of thought-provoking conversation on threat prevention in the nation’s capital. Space is limited, but you still have the opportunity to attend. Register here to reserve your spot.