The Journey to Zero Trust: Start with Privilege Protection & Identity Security
In partnership with and
June 24, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
An information-sharing event focused on effective Identity Security models and Privileged Access Management controls.
Panel: The Journey to Zero Trust: Start with Privilege Protection & Identity Security
A successful Zero Trust model enforces continuous authorization by verifying anyone and everything connected to an enterprise system. We’ve seen in recent headline news that little to no control on identity management can be detrimental if attackers gain access to accounts with elevated privileges. How can government agencies implement an effective Identity Security model to minimize risk and keep pace with adversaries? What are best practices for Privileged Access Management controls?
During this webinar, topic experts and thought leaders will discuss how to manage identity to ensure agencies are aligned with recent policies such as Biden’s Executive Order on Cybersecurity and the NIST 800-207 Zero Trust Architecture.
Cyber Technology Officer, United States Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command ( Invited)
Director of Information Technology Infrastructure, United States Department of State (pending approval)
TIC Program Manager, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency
Security Architect, United States Small Business Administration (invited)
Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Election Commission (invited)
Chief Federal ICAM Architect,General Services Administration(pending approval)
Director, Public Sector Solutions Engineering, BeyondTrust
Global Public Sector Strategist, SailPoint
Moderator: Tom Suder
Founder and CEO, ATARC
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