About this Event
1600 Havenwood Road, Baltimore, MD 21218
NSA Cybersecurity Seminar: Critical technologies for supporting U.S. Innovation & National Security - What Are They and What Skills Are We Looking For?
Join us in-person and online on September 28th for a seminar with Neil Ziring, Technical Director for the National Security Agency (NSA)'s Cybersecurity Directorate.
Mr. Ziring will explain what are some of the most critical technologies for supporting U.S. innovation and national security, and the skill sets that the NSA is recruiting for.
In his role at the NSA, Mr. Ziring is responsible for a wide variety of technical assessments, external engagement, workforce developments, and strategic direction issues for the NSA’s cybersecurity mission. In his last position, he served as the Technical Director of the NSA Capabilities Directorate. In that role, he tracked technical initiatives, promoted the professional health of a diverse technical staff, and served as a liaison to various external partners. Prior to the formation of the Capabilities Directorate, Mr. Ziring served as Technical Director of the Information Assurance Directorate for five years. His personal expertise areas include security automation, IPv6, cloud computing, cross-domain information exchange, data access control, and cyber defense.
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