The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Cybersecurity Summit offers two days of training and educational sessions focused on the mission of keeping government personnel informed about the latest cybersecurity advances. Hosted by the DOT Office of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), the Summit is open to all federal agencies and will take place at the DOT Headquarters building, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20590. May 23 is the OPM Cybersecurity Orientation for Federal and Federal Contract cybersecurity professionals with 5 years or less experience. 

Speakers from across the government (including: DOT, NIST, HHS, OPM) along with prominent industry speakers will share their expertise in topics ranging from Cybersecurity Risks, Management, Innovations and Operations along with other relevant topics. All training sessions have been mapped to the new National initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework’s Specialty Areas. Also, the most common work roles for each of those Specialties has been identified. The sessions can still be enjoyed for cybersecurity and IT personnel not in any of those roles, the mapping is to make it easier to identify which sessions will fulfill specialized training requirements.


The Summit will also feature a cyber exposition with industry and government exhibits related to the subjects covered during training sessions.


        For more information on the training and education sessions please contact: Kevin Sanchez-Cherry at: S83-Training@dot.gov


        For more information on exhibiting at the summit please contact info@federaltrainingpartnership.com or 1-844-325-0341.