The event will feature speakers from the NSA as well as industry and open source development community experts. Currently, there are more than 30 breakout sessions scheduled to address issues of technology development, collaboration, security, use and maintenance of open source software in the areas of information assurance and security practices, embedded and mobile systems, cloud sourcing and large-data distribution, system analytics and bidirectional technology transfer.
The day-long, unclassified event is open to the public, however, proof of US citizenship is required to attend.
Attendee price for non-government attendees is only $35. There is no charge for government employees. Coffee and a box lunch will be served at the event. An honor basket will be available for contributions by government employees to cover food and beverage. The doors will open at 0730 and final sessions will end at 1700.
Due to the popularity of subject matter and low attendee fee, participation will limited to the first 500 attendees who register.