Columbia, Maryland (PressExposure) August 31, 2012 -- CyberMaryland 2012 is a conference scheduled for October 16 and 17, 2012 and designed for security insiders, business innovators and aspiring professionals. Companies, business leaders, students, professionals, policy makers, elected officials and entrepreneurs will converge at the Baltimore Convention Center and Four Seasons Hotel to hear about the latest trends and cutting edge cyber technologies in the government and commercial markets.
Gloria Larkin, President of TargetGov, is scheduled to present "Accelerating Entry into the Federal Cyber Market." This session will cover topics that relate specifically to the federal government marketplace, its cyber security needs an entering the market successfully.
"In the past five years defense spent $8.8 billion, or 58 percent of total federal cybersecurity spending and nondefense agencies accounted for 42 percent, or $6.3 billion" says Gloria Larkin, "no matter what happens with the federal budget, this is one segment that will continue to grow and offer contracting opportunities for educated contractors."
About the CyberMaryland 2012 Conference, Governor O'Malley said, "The eyes of the intelligence and information security community will be focused on Maryland during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month as we showcase industry innovations, recognize cyber pioneers and groom the next generation of cyber warriors."