CEO Chris Holmes to speak at March 23 FCW Defense Readiness Workshop CEO Chris Holmes will be speaking live on the importance of securing the connected mission with APIs, data, and zero-trust security at an upcoming FCW Defense Readiness Workshop!

Chris Holmes to Speak at the March 23 FCW Defense Readiness Workshop


Join CEO Chris Holmes as he speaks live at the March 23 FCW Defense Readiness Workshop! Chris will present a talk entitled “Securing the Connected Mission with APIs, Data, and Zero Trust Security”, highlighting the critical role these technologies and best practices play in the effective operations of our most critical national security networks.


Abstract: Today’s DoD environment requires community application marketplaces, API hubs, and data made available as APIs for critical mission enablement. Complex missions require hybrid and multi-cloud operational control supported by devsecops automation, zero-trust security, and cross-cutting microservice architectures. Combined, these capabilities enable connected intelligence that drives mission-critical decision-making, insight, and force readiness.


When:  Wednesday, March 23 @ 9:50 AM ET

About the FCW

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Launched originally as a print weekly, FCW now connects the federal IT community online, in print and through a wide range of face-to-face events.  The federal technology market comes to life with daily news, profiles and insider insight. If it’s worth knowing, it’s in FCW.

About the FCW Defense Readiness Workshop

This workshop will explore the DOD’s emerging and ongoing efforts on many technological fronts, including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, data governance, cybersecurity and others.

To maintain tactical and strategic edge, defense agencies have to adapt to swiftly-changing technologies and capabilities. The nation’s defense systems and capabilities are challenged as never before– on the ground, in the air, on the seas, in cyberspace, and real space. The military must rise to those challenges on all those fronts to ensure the nation is secure.

Information technology remains warfighters’ and defenders’ powerful primary tool for their jobs. From cloud computing, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence, to machine learning and advanced analytics, technology permeates all aspects of their domain defenses.

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