Classified Day at CyberSatGov
CyberSatGov’s Classified Day will be held through a teleconference on Tuesday, October 6, 2020.
Participants in CyberSatGov’s Classified Day will need access to their company’s SCIF or access to a partner organization’s SCIF, and will need to register for SCIF access to the telecon.
What is the agenda for Classified Day?
11:00 – 11:15 ET: The Aerospace Corporation: Opening Remarks – Ed Swallow
11:15 – 11:45 ET: Space Development Agency: Rapidly Delivering Secure Space Capabilities – Tim Boudreaux
11:45 – 12:15 ET: Space ISAC: Update and intel on threats to space critical infrastructure – Frank Backes
12:15 – 12:45 ET: Networking Break – Connect with other participants via mobile app
12:45 – 13:15 ET: Air Force Research Laboratory: Cyber resiliency experiments for PRECISE and ADOX – Robert Vick
13:15 – 13:45 ET: National Security Agency: Threat-based Cybersecurity: NSA Cybersecurity Directorate
13:45 – 14:15 ET: National Air and Space Intelligence Center: Intel Community Update – Janeen Forrest
14:15 – 14:45 ET: The Aerospace Corporation: Modern Crypto Solutions for Space – James Faria
14:45 – 15:00 ET: The Aerospace Corporation: Closing Remarks
How do we connect to the telecon?
Each SCIF that is registered for Classified Day will receive a secure phone line to call in on October 6. All visual materials will be sent to a secure email address provided for the SCIF prior to the program.
Is there a limit on how many people can participate in each SCIF?
We are not placing any limits on how many people can participate in each SCIF. The program will be at a TS/SCI level, and each SCIF will be responsible for confirming the clearance of all individuals participating in the classified program. Each SCIF will also be responsible for adhering to any social distancing or safety protocols put into place for that SCIF.
What is the pricing for SCIF access?
The rate for SCIF is based on the number of people participating in that SCIF:
- 1 person: $250
- 2 – 4 people: $750
- 5 – 10 people: $1500
- 10+ people: $2000
You can register your SCIF through the online registration system.
What do Classified Day participants receive?
Each participant will be able to dial into the telecon via a secure phone line, and will receive all visual materials through a secure email address. We understand that networking with fellow participants is also an important part to the experience, so all participants will receive access to a networking mobile app to connect virtually with other participants, and will receive a GrubHub gift card, courtesy of ManTech, so we can celebrate together while we are apart. Please note: Classified content will NOT be available on the mobile app.
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