Disrupting Cyberattacks with Zero Trust and Strong Cyber Hygiene
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March 3, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Disrupting Cyberattacks with Zero Trust and Strong Cyber Hygiene
The increasing complexity of government networks has opened new paths for adversaries to launch cyberattacks. Modern assets, converged environments, complex operating environments, and sophisticated access management procedures have led to a new breed of attack vectors spanning across multiple dimensions, including IT, OT, identities and cloud applications.
To address these new realities, agencies are rolling out Zero Trust architectures. As part of this strategy, it’s important that agencies take a comprehensive approach to disrupting attack paths and modern day security threats, starting with good cyber hygiene.
Tune into this event to learn how creating a strong cyber hygiene routine aids in ensuring that your systems and devices are protected from threats. Cybersecurity experts will outline where to start, the best tools to use, the best practices to follow, and the many benefits of this basic practice.
Cyber Defense Specialist, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
Chief IT Security Officer and Director, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (pending approval)
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Bureau of Information Resource Management, U.S. Department of State (invited)
Deputy Director, Cyber Security Division, U.S. Department of Transportation (invited)
Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Tenable
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
Working Group Program Manger, ATARC
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