FederalCybersecurity

Federal Cybersecurity Committee

Who We Are

The Federal Cybersecurity Committee connects leading cybersecurity and information technology companies with key cybersecurity decision makers across the Federal government. It works closely with Federal departments and agencies, the White House, and Congress, to advocate for the prioritization of cybersecurity in the deployment and integration of emerging technologies as well as sustained Federal investment in IT infrastructure and support for modern commercial capabilities, across government and privately-owned critical infrastructure.

What We Stand For:

  • Facilitating business relationships and networking opportunities between member companies and key Washington cybersecurity policymakers.
  • Keeping member companies apprised of the very latest activities and news impacting cybersecurity via interactions with Congress, Federal agencies, and the White House.
  • Conducting quarterly (members only) off-the-record meetings with key senior-level officials.
  • Formulating policy positions which are delivered to Congress, Federal agencies, and the Administration.
  • Working with partner associations to strengthen industry and provide a unified voice on the most important issues facing cybersecurity.

Leadership

Samuel Spector

Samuel Spector

Chair

Director, Government Affairs & Public Policy – U.S.,
BlackBerry

Chris Lavergne-4651

Chris Lavergne

Vice Chair

Vice President,
CGI Federal

Jill Shapiro

Jill Shapiro

Vice Chair

Senior Director for the Global Government Affairs Office,
Tenable, Inc

Related Resources

Federal Cybersecurity Committee 2021 Priorities

A list of member-driven priority areas for the Federal Cybersecurity Committee.

Published : July, 19, 2021

Federal Cybersecurity Committee Legislative Package 2021

A letter to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees outlining the committee's positions on cybersecurity issues.

Published : July, 19, 2021