Federal agencies, seeking both compliance with a White House executive order and better cybersecurity in reality, are rapidly adopting the zero trust model for controlling access to their networks.

They’re learning that zero trust, like a cake, has many elements that, once combined, are difficult to separate. Zero trust is often described as a mindset. It is. But it’s also a set of technical strategies, products and procedures. A mindset is difficult to quantify, but zero trust requires work and investment.

In this exclusive executive briefing, the following executives will discuss their approach to building a flexible and dynamic zero trust network.

  • Sanjay Gupta, Chief Technology Officer, Small Business Administration
  • Matthew Marsden, Vice President of Technical Account Management, Public Sector, Tanium
  • Rob Hankinson, Director of Information Technology Infrastructure, Department of State
  • Randy Vickers, Chief Information Security Officer, House of Representatives

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