Mike Horkey, founder and CEO of Tru-Concepts, will serve as a moderator during GovConWire’s “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” Webinar on Tuesday, June 30th, free of cost.
Horkey has more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry, focusing primarily on the security, privacy and electronic payments solutions market, with a heavy focus in the identity management, access management and e-wallet sectors.
He has created unique solutions for the SMB, mid-market and large companies, across all global regions and vertical markets. Horkey is currently focused on acting as a consultant, creating conceptual architectures for clients which draw individual products/services from a large-scale, pre-integrated solution made up of industry leading products and services, then customizing the solution to account for the unique needs of each client.
During the webinar, Horkey will explore the barriers and shortfalls of wide scale adoption of Personal Identity Verification (PIV) encryption between federal agencies and the challenges they face when adhering to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directive M-19-17.
Horkey will be joined by Sam Andoni, founder and president, Zeva Inc.; Dr. Chris Edwards chief technology officer (CTO) of Intercede; Kyle Neuman, managing director of SAFE Identity; Mike Horkey, Founder and CEO, Tru-Concepts; and Jeff Nigriny president and founder of Certipath.
The speakers will dive into the importance of encryption, barriers to adoption and how new technologies are solving these challenges. Attendees will learn how federal agencies can increase the return on investment and cybersecurity by using their existing PIV and PKI encryption infrastructure by using it the way it was intended.
Join GovConWire’s “How to Increase Cybersecurity and Return on Investment of Existing PIV Infrastructure for Cross-Agency Encryption” FREE Webinar on Tuesday, June 30th. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear public sector leaders discuss how federal agencies can increase the return on investment and cybersecurity.