ATARC Zero Trust Lab Phase 2 Demonstration with Chief Technologies, ZScaler, DEVO, and SentinelOne
August 11, 11am – 2pm EST
The “Zero Trust as a Service” solution is based on Zscaler(SASE), SentinalOne(XDR) and DEVO(SIEM/SOAR) leveraging a Microsoft Federated ICAM capability. The solution leverages existing network transport and is fast to implement and realize a ROI with lower cost of maintenance and operations. This solution was developed with customers who might have limited technical resources in mind.
This demonstration focuses on meeting 13 required scenarios and on CISA and DOD ZTNA maturity pillars; low bandwidth, high latency, unreliable environments to be included. Register and learn more about:
- Cloud First, Cloud scale and FedRAMP Authorized
- Leverage existing network infrastructure
- Fast to implement, fast ROI
- Lower cost to operate and maintain
- Integrations and IP’s are not exposed reducing attack surface
- Open API’s to extend and mature model
Federal Solutions Engineer, SentinelOne
Mr. Marco is currently a Federal Solutions Engineer on SentinelOne’s U.S. Federal team focusing on the success of U.S. DoD and Civilian federal government customers. He has over 15 years of security solution engineering experience spanning various cybersecurity technology domains including endpoint, network and cloud security and cyber-deception. He has held solution engineering roles at Fidelis Cybersecurity, McAfee, Blue Coat and ManTech supporting large DoD security programs including JRSS, HBSS and others. Earlier in his career he held systems and field engineering roles supporting U.S. Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies and the U.S. Navy.
Principal Solutions Engineer, DEVO
Principal Solutions Engineer
20+ Years in IT Security, 3+ as a CISO
Past 10 years focused in SIEM, AI, ML, SOAR consulting
Senior Sales Engineer, Zscaler
As a Senior Sales Engineer, Rich Johnson works with Zscaler’s DoD and federal customers to solve their most challenging technical challenges. He leverages his 35 plus years of experience in the IT and cybersecurity industry to assist agencies with their migration to cloud computing and zero trust architectures. Prior to joining Zscaler, Rich held senior technical positions with Riverbed Technology, Polycom, and Lucent Technologies. Rich is a graduate of the University of Maryland, with a degree in Computer Science. When he’s not at work, he can usually be found networking with friends, enjoying the great outdoors, or learning a new skill.
Founder and President, Chief Technologies
Paul is the Founder and President of Chief Technologies since 2011. A 30 year veteran of U.S.Government solutioning, Paul enjoys consulting engagements related to solving complex IT and business challenges. Paul has extensive work experience related to Networking and Cyber Security. Paul was employed by Cisco Systems, IBM Tivoli and Forescout for much of his career.. A unique background for an effective ZTNA strategist. Paul lives and works in the Leesburg, VA HUBZone.
Identity Lead, Chief Technologies
Andy Miller serves as the Identity Lead for Chief Tech’s ZTNA solution. Leveraging the capabilities of AzureAD, he successfully executed critical components such as MFA, Credential Management, and SSO, among others. His collaborative approach involved working closely with all project partners to design and implement the identity framework that ensures security measures and authorized access for all relevant parties and users.
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