DISA/Joint Service Provider (JSP) Cybersecurity Stand-down
Cybersecurity Stand-down is an opportunity for all members of the Joint Service Provider (JSP) to consider how the decisions they make affect the agencys cybersecurity readiness, learn better security practices and complete required training and documentation. This event is held in conjunction with the federal National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and staff participation is required by the agency. JSP hosts this event with an interest in all technologies along with cyber presentations from industry partners. JSP provides the full range of information technology equipment, services, solutions and customer support to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer and Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) to meet mission and business requirements. JSP became a Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) field activity as of 10/1/17. More than 430 DOD civilians and military members on staff became DISA employees. We invite you to participate as an exhibitor/presenter at the Mark Center – home to more than 6,400 federal and contractor employees from 7+ agencies, making this a very large concentration of Federal agencies under one roof. The Mark Center Building in Alexandria, Virginia, is the new location for the WHS, as well as a large number of other of the US Department of Defense (DoD) agencies. The Mark Center is one of the largest BRAC-related projects. Mark Center Tenants & Attendees This event attracts a unique mix of personnel from some of the major employers at the Mark Center, including the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS), the Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA), the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA), the Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA), the DoD Inspector General (DoDIG) and the DoD Education Activity (DoDEA). All accessible personnel receive invitations to attend. JSP is focused on modernizing the technical infrastructure that supports their customers, standardizing servers and migrating the Pentagon’s networks to the Joint Regional Security Stacks.