Best practices in cybersecurity aren’t what they used to be. At least not since the pandemic transformed the extent of telework and virtual private network usage. Federal agencies IT and cybersecurity staffs are looking more and more at how to build in zero trust capabilities, a methodology of ensuring even known credentials – which can be hacked or misused – have carefully controlled access even once the user is authenticated.

And, they’re moving to the concept known as network detection and response (NDR) – a way of getting more comprehensive visibility into networks, clouds, endpoints and applications.

In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts provide insight into how agencies are approaching cybersecurity in the new climate:

  • Chris Dahlheimer, Vice President of CloudShield, NextGen Cyber, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions
  • Jonathan Feibus, Chief Information Security Officer, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • Alper Kerman, Cybersecurity Engineer and Project Manager, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Nick Marinos, Director, IT and Cybersecurity Issues, Government Accountability Office
  • Mike Witt, Associate Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity & Privacy and Senior Agency Information Security Officer, NASA

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