Microsoft Federal Collaboration and Cybersecurity Summit
Published Mar 18 2021 11:00 AM 3,240 Views




The Microsoft Federal Collaboration & Cybersecurity Summit is a FREE half-day virtual event designed to advance U.S. Federal agencies collaboration and cybersecurity initiatives. 


Our theme this year is “Transforming Intergovernmental Collaboration and Cybersecurity.” 


Leadership resiliency, today, in the face of unprecedented challenges is paramount.  The high stakes of cybersecurity continue to increase and evolve – with no end in sight.  The frequency of cybersecurity threats and their level of sophistication have and will continue to grow; and as the threat of cyber-breaches increase, so too does the need for intergovernmental collaboration, communications, and data sharing. 


We are bringing together executives and leaders from the U.S. Federal agencies to deliver key insights, lessons learned, and practical guidance on:


  • Advancing Cybersecurity in the Federal Government
  • Cultural transformations that drive new ways of working and digital modernization
  • Breaking down silos to facilitate partnership with industry and academia
  • Connecting with people and information from the office or in the field to securely share and protect sensitive information

Microsoft can help Federal organizations respond, rebound, re-imagine modern collaboration, and accelerate the adoption of modern security compliance. ​ During the Summit, Microsoft experts will speak to specific Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, Azure, and security capabilities that will allow you to accelerate delivery on your mandates and actively respond to real-world issues in the current environment.


We invite you and your team to join us at the Summit for live fireside chat, executive panel discussions, breakout sessions, and more….


Be on the lookout for an official invitation by the end of March! 


This event is not open to the public.


If you have any questions, please contact us at

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