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Federal Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Forum

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Download the Slides from the February Forum: Quantifying Risk

Click the image above to  download the slides from Virtual Forum Meeting focused on Quantifying Risk in Federal Organizations and Programs. 

The Federal Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Forum (formerly the Federal Computer Security Managers Forum or FCSM) is an informal group sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to promote the sharing of cybersecurity and privacy knowledge, best practices, and resources among U.S. federal, state, and local government, and higher education organizations.  The Federal Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Forum ("the Forum") maintains an extensive email list, and holds quarterly meetings - including an annual 2-day annual conference - to discuss current issues and items of interest to those responsible for protecting non-national security systems.  There is no cost to join and participate in the Forum.


Why Join the Forum?

The Forum provides our members an ongoing opportunity to exchange information, share ideas and best practices, resources, and knowledge, leverage the work done in other organizations to reduce possible duplication of effort, and build a community and network of cybersecurity and privacy professionals across the U.S. federal, state, and local government, and higher education organizations.  

For more information about membership requirements and instructions to join

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Meet the Forum Team

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Meet the Forum Co-chairs and Secretariat.

 

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Created May 24, 2016, Updated March 29, 2021