About the SIG
The cyber attacks against public and private organizations their networks, systems and information is one of the most serious economic and security threats our nation faces. The Cybersecurity SIG, through the unique role available to ACT-IAC, provides opportunities for industry and federal government to identify and overcome obstacles to help secure the cyberspace and critical infrastructure on which the nation depends. Members tackle these challenges through crafting informative programs, participating in focused working groups, and developing whitepapers to foster adoption of standards, best practices and solutions.
Security Situational Awareness
Cloud Computing / Virtualization / Data Center Optimization
Mobility and Security
Continuous Monitoring and Risk Management
Malware Detection and Prevention
Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM)
Identity and Access Management
Cybersecurity Workforce Development
Meetings, Networking and Events
SIG sponsored programs and events are scheduled on our SIG calendar and also broadcast to SIG members via email. These events typically are conducted in person and simulcast via live webinar.
Membership in this SIG is open to anyone in the ACT-IAC membership. Contact SIG Director John Shaw for more information.
We are seeking individuals with interest in participating in or leading activities centered around one or more of our Focus Areas. Contact the Chair, Vice Chair or Communication Chair to express your interest or participate in monthly SIG meetings.