New Cyber Threats & Recoveries in 2023 Data Security
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January 12, 2023, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: New Cyber Threats & Recoveries in 2023 Data Security, and How It Can Help Your Organization
A focus on strengthening our cybersecurity workforce should be at the forefront of every agencies’ 2023 goals. The cyber workforce must evolve to address the challenges posed by our adversaries and meet strategic mission requirements, while also doing an exemplary job at managing data security. This requires agencies to reshape their understanding of what data security entails and how the future of cyber security must include prioritizing data security. Effective cybersecurity workforce development, alongside a shift in focus on Zero Trust Paradigms, should be the goal of every agency.
Data security has become a crucial component of the cyber workforce due to the need to protect sensitive data from unauthorized access, with agencies nationwide investing heavily in cybersecurity assets across the board to protect their critical data. While computer network breaches and vulnerabilities are discovered daily, failure to develop an adequate cybersecurity workforce with data security solutions implemented remains a critical shortcoming for agencies and nations. This includes the need to understand new and evolving cyber threats which requires continued education and access to resources.
Join this webinar to hear experts discuss how they’re strengthening their data security from all fronts.
SMSgt William Rouse
Section Chief, Digital Infrastructure, Chief of Technology and Innovation Office, U.S. Space Force
Senior Science Advisor of Cybersecurity, Office of the National Cyber Director, U.S. Executive Office of the President
Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Postal Service
Vice President, US Public Sector Sales Engineering, Rubrik Inc
Moderator: Kiersten Patton