Zero Trust Strategies in Government 2021 “Progress & Best Practices”
June 28, 20211:22 pm
1 min read
Date: On Demand Duration: 1 hour
Cost: No Fee
With both the release of National Institutes of Standards and Technology guidance and the president’s cybersecurity executive order, zero trust architecture has come to the forefront of government agency cyber strategies in the last year. How are agencies implementing zero trust principles and the technology that’s required?
During this webinar, you will learn how federal IT practitioners from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Education Department, National Security Agency and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are implementing strategies and initiatives around zero trust.
The following experts will explore what the future of zero trust in government means to you:
Kevin Bingham, Zero Trust Technical Lead, Cybersecurity Directorate, National Security Agency
Paul Morris, Chief Information Security Officer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Jim Richberg, Public Sector Field Chief Information Security Officer and Vice President of Information Security, Fortinet
John Davis, Vice President, Public Sector, Palo Alto Networks
Joseph Hamblin, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Defense, Verizon
Moderator: Luke McCormack, Host of the Federal Executive Forum
Panelists also will share lessons learned, challenges and solutions, and a vision for the future.
Registration is complimentary. Please register using the form on this page or call (202) 274-4830.
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