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No one gets to the Moon alone. Or anywhere else in space, for that matter.
It takes a massive amount of technology support to help scientists create rovers capable of sniffing out our cosmos. At NASA Goddard, it's the Information Technology and Communications Directorate (ITCD) team that provides a full range of IT services and capabilities – including desktop support, application development, collaboration tools, network engineering, and cybersecurity – so center scientists can focus on their missions.
Each year, ITCD hosts the Goddard Cybersecurity Expo at their secure facility to discuss cybersecurity and technology. You'll want to be there – the event has had a great, lengthy history in terms of both attendees and interest level:
Exhibition spots sold out for the last event– so register early!
If you have IT products or services that fall into the areas of capability, cybersecurity, and sustainability, this is a not-to-be-missed event. Put your brand in front of the professionals working behind the scenes to make our next interplanetary mission possible. Register now.
NASA Goddard IT Overview
The NASA Goddard IT team brokers enterprise services from the agency to provide efficient and cost-effective solutions and extends those services with local solutions to meet the unique requirements of the center’s science missions. NASA Goddard's IT can be divided into three major areas: capability, cybersecurity, and sustainability.
IT Capability: Enabling Goddard Science and Technology
Goddard manages and operates the IT services for the center's workforce including networks, telephones, video communications, custom software applications, and desktop and computing services. As part of NASA’s Communications Services Office, Goddard also plays a lead role in the agency’s mission network infrastructure. Goddard’s IT service delivery priorities are to ensure that the center’s IT infrastructure and application capabilities and services continue to meet evolving stakeholder needs and enable mission success.
Cybersecurity: Securing Goddard Science Data and Assets
Information security is fundamental to ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Goddard’s critical scientific and institutional data and IT assets. Goddard’s cybersecurity priority is to enhance and integrate information security throughout the system life cycle, ensuring that Goddard’s data and information are protected from cyber-attack. Goddard uses a risk-based approach to information security management, which balances the appropriate level of security the need to integrate emerging technologies to allow scientific collaboration and achieve mission success.
IT Sustainability: Optimizing Support for Goddard Science
The last major priority for IT at Goddard is to enable Goddard missions and science through:
Goddard’s unique and effective IT governance model employs representative center participation to coordinate IT strategy and oversee the center’s IT investment portfolio. Enterprise architecture creates a blueprint for the center to translate these strategies and plans into core capabilities. More information can be found on the NASA website: https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard-space-flight-center-chief-information-officer.
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*Please Note: There will NOT be a post-show attendee list for this event. Exhibitors are encouraged to collect sign-ins at their individual tables. Sign-in Sheets will be available at the registration table. There will be wifi and power at all tables.
The following sponsorship opportunities are available for this event:
Non-Exhibiting Promotion Sponsor (Limited to 2)
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