Axway Events

Axway Digital Fed-Connect

April 14, 2016

If your cyber strategy punches the lights out at only one event this year…

Spend a morning with us at the Renaissance Washington DC Hotel on April 4th and enjoy a full lineup of speakers and sessions ready to help you pump up your cyber strategy and keep digital bad actors from even looking in your agency’s direction.

Tap into a wealth of information by networking with data integration experts and Federal government leaders to discuss prominent issues facing government organizations today.

Join our keynote speaker, General Keith Alexander, (Ret.), former National Security Agency Director (2005-2014), as he shares his expertise and unique perspective on “Effective Cyber Strategies and Securing the Internet.” 

Topics include the vulnerability of critical infrastructure and the military’s command and control structure, and how we can protect our increasingly connected world in a way that preserves our personal freedoms. 

Accompanying General Alexander's presentation, we invite you to join the below breakout sessions:

  • Next Generation Identity Management & Access Controls: From smartcards to SAML, extend your secure identity infrastructure for use with physical and logical access as well as mobile and IOT.
  • Mastering the Digital Shift: Enabling a security focused and risk averse mobile strategy. API First to secure, protect and fuel innovation in government.
  • IRS Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Axway Cloud Service): Discussion led by MaryAnn Wu – IRS, Sr. Mgr. of Delivery Services, Enterprise Program Office.
  • The FDA's Successful Electronic Submissions Gateway (ESG) Program (Interchange) and CFT.

Attendance is FREE but seating is limited. A complimentary breakfast will be provided.


Federal agencies turn to Axway for commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software solutions to securely transfer and manage data internally and externally. Especially since Tumbleweed became part of the Axway team. Join us!


  • Gen. Keith Alexander (Ret.) served as the first Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) from 2010 to 2014 and the 16th Director, National Security Agency (NSA)/Chief, Central Security Service (CSS) from 2005-2014.

April 14

7:30 am - 11:30 am EDT

Renaissance Washington DC Hotel
Washington, DC , United States