NDTA and DTMO Announce Keynote for GovTravels Symposium

Nov 2, 2022 | From HQ

The National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) and the Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO), in association with the General Services Administration (GSA), are excited to host several keynote speakers, panel discussions and Travel Academy sessions at the 2023 GovTravels Symposium, February 27-March 1, 2023. Participate and help government and industry restore and refresh relationships and focus on improving the government traveler experience. The 2023 GovTravels theme “On the Road Again – Industry & Government Travel Rebounds,” properly compliments this key event where decision-makers from government and industry gather to meet, learn and collaborate on common travel issues. We’ve created the program agenda with input from NDTA’s Government Passenger Travel Advisory Council (GPTAC), DTMO, GSA, and travel industry representatives. Our keynote speakers are being announced and you’ll find the 2023 GovTravels Symposium is a “must-attend” event.

Keynote Speaker, Mr. Scott Moser, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Sabre Corporation, will discuss Passenger Travel Cybersecurity Solutions
Mr. Scott Moser, SVP and CIO at the Sabre Corporation leads Sabre’s global cybersecurity team. In this role, he develops Sabre’s enterprise cybersecurity program strategy and directs the cybersecurity risk management process. Previously Mr. Moser was the Chief Information Security Officer for Caesars Entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada, and served for 25 years in the U.S. Air Force in information technology and cybersecurity roles. After retiring from the Air Force, he led the National Nuclear Security Administration cybersecurity center’s enterprise operations team.

Cybersecurity is of paramount interest and concern as it relates to government personal passenger travel information. As a critical government traveler solution provider, Sabre focuses on meeting the challenge with innovation and reliable solutions. Mr. Moser will discuss how complex cybersecurity risks will continue to grow in 2023 impacting governments and businesses. The continually-evolving threat environment poses particular challenges for the partnership between private information technology suppliers and government agencies. These challenges encompass protecting government traveler personal information as well as ensuring the availability of critical travel information technologies that government travelers need. The industry’s and government’s mutual success in protecting government travelers depends on strengthened information sharing and innovative cyber solutions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to examine cybersecurity with Scott Moser, an accomplished industry and military leader. Early Bird deadline ends January 16, 2023.  Register now to save $100! Special rates are available at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center. Visit NDTA’s website for details.

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