Defending Against Supply Chain Attacks
In partnership with
March 30, 2021, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
An information-sharing event focused on building increased security through implementing microsegmentation architectures.
Panel: Defending Against Supply Chain Attacks
When faced with the increasingly frequent and damaging cyberattacks, it may feel like our current network perimeter defense is still relying on a ‘castle and moat’ like strategy. And this approach can in fact be an invitation for lateral movement of malware.
For proper cyber defense, we need to know more than just WHO can access the network from an identity management perspective. It is imperative to lock down the entire application attack vector. When malicious packets penetrate the network, they should not be able to access the organization’s high value assets (HVAs) – the applications and data deemed most critical. This scenario calls for a Zero Trust application-based security model that denies ALL, and only allows what is necessary.
This can be accomplished through host-based micro-segmentation – a methodology that establishes small and effective allowlists that indicate which applications and workloads can talk to each other. In a breach situation when malware tries to move laterally in an unauthorized manner, host-based micro-segmentation will effectively shut down all connections automatically, thus containing the breach to the original machine(s) affected.
Join the webinar to learn more about how micro-segmentation can reduce the network attack surface, improve breach containment and strengthen regulatory compliance. How can and why should Federal agencies shift to a Zero Trust security strategy? How can micro-segmentation help defend against advanced cyberthreats at a granular level? Hear about ways to overcome challenges in implementing better security strategies.
Dr. Tiina Rodrigue
Chief Information Security Officer, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (invited)
CyberSecOps, Information Security Division, U.S. Small Business Administration
Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (Acting), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (pending agency approval)
Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Goddard Space Flight Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (invited)
Vice President of Product Management, Illumio
Moderator: Tom Suder
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