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Zero Trust Lab Phase 2 Demonstration 

with IBM and Palo Alto Networks

April 26, 2024 from 12 PM – 3 PM ET

The IBM Innovation Studio is located at 600 14th St NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005

Join our ATARC Zero Trust Lab Phase 2 Demonstration, co-hosted by IBM and Palo Alto Networks. Meeting NIST 800-207 Guidelines – a demonstration of cutting edge zero trust-oriented software tools that enable and empower US Federal SOC operations to gain new efficiencies.

Please note this is a hybrid demonstration. Government attendees may join virtually or in person at the IBM Innovation Studio located at 600 14th St NW, Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20005. If you plan to attend in person, please arrive between 11:00 – 11:45 AM ET and lunch will be provided.

Participants

Jason Tyler

Jason Tyler

Client Engineering, Senior Solution Architect, IBM

Joe Camera

Joe Camera

Client Engineering - Senior Solution Architect, IBM

Mike Arbrouet

Mike Arbrouet

Advisory Client Engineering Technology Engineer, Security, IBM

Rahat Ahmed-Choudhury

Rahat Ahmed-Choudhury

Client Engineering Technology Engineer, IBM

Tom Rauchut

Tom Rauchut

Principal Client Engineering Manager, IBM

Wayne LeRiche

Wayne LeRiche

Federal Civilian Field CTO & Solutions Architect, Palo Alto Networks

Jeffrey Lubin

Jeffrey Lubin

Systems Engineer - Federal Systems Integrators, Palo Alto Networks

Eden Tesfay

Eden Tesfay

Prisma Cloud Solutions Architect, Palo Alto Networks

View the Read-Ahead Here

In the world of cybersecurity, innovation is key with ZeroTrust. In this demonstration, we will explore how cutting-edge technology is revolutionizing digital defense strategies, eliminating traditional trust assumptions, and fortifying systems against modern threats. We’ll show you firsthand how a Partnership between two Powerhouse companies can create a ZeroTrust architecture that empowers organizations to safeguard their sensitive data and assets with unparalleled resilience. Join us as we unveil the future of secure networking, where every interaction is scrutinized, authenticated, and safeguarded, regardless of origin or destination. In our ZeroTrust demonstration, we’ll guide you through multiple personas through thirteen critical government scenarios, plus additional scenarios faced by agencies on a daily basis. Alongside showcasing the components within these scenarios, we’ll highlight key capabilities offered by the partnering companies including data encryption and automation. Join us to witness firsthand how these technologies fortify cybersecurity defenses and redefine trust in the digital landscape.

 

NoticeGovernment Audience Only. Register with your government email address (.gov or .mil) to be permitted access to the meeting. Submit questions to Amy Karpowicz, akarpowicz@atarc.org.

Zoom for Government enables ATARC remote collaboration opportunities through its cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chats and webinars across all devices. Allowing for individuals from all areas of government, industry and academia to communicate directly. 

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