CyberScape: ID

CyberScape: ID

CyberScape ID
CyberScape ID
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Virtual Event

Faced with an executive order to improve cybersecurity, agencies are introducing processes to protect their systems and networks. Amid an evolving technology landscape that incorporates more virtual and cloud environments, application development and data access off premises, securing these systems to prevent unwanted breaches is mandatory. Leaders discuss strategies in zero trust, identity access management and more to bring cybersecurity approaches to the next level. 

Date
March 3, 2022
Time
8:00 - 10:00 AM ET
Where
Virtual
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CyberScape ID

Sponsors

 
Fortinet
 

Agenda

 
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Welcome Remarks

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Fireside Chat: Implementing the Cyber EO

On the heels of President Joe Biden’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, federal agencies are working toward implementing the order’s mandates, like zero trust, in practical, actionable steps.

  • Chris DeRusha, Federal CISO, OMB*
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Panel: Zero Trust’s Role in ICAM Solutions 

Identity, credential and access management solutions are increasingly critical for federal agencies as they move IT operations to cloud environments. Zero trust principles play an important role in the process of granting certain identities access to certain applications within the cloud. Agency leaders talk how zero trust and ICAM solutions are two sides of the key to optimized cloud security.

  • Kenneth Bible, CISO, DHS*
  • Paul Puckett, Director, Enterprise Cloud Management Agency, U.S. Army*
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Panel: The Future of Network Security 

Any federal cyber expert will say knowing which and how many assets and identities are connected to your network is a No. 1 priority for good network security. With the growing number of connected devices on networks some increased threats and vulnerabilities. Solutions like IPv6 will enable federal agencies to better identify and track assets and identities connected to their networks. These leaders share how they’re getting ready for IPv6 in an increasingly interconnected IT environment.

  • Col. Romel Jaramillo, Chief, Information Network Operations and Capabilities, DOD*
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Panel: Balancing Security and Privacy 

As federal agencies improve cybersecurity in accordance with the White House cyber executive order, cyber leaders must balance security and privacy concerns when rolling out identity access management strategies. Hear from federal agencies about how they’re navigating legal and ethical questions while managing identity data to secure their networks.

  • Sonny Bhagowalia, CIO, CBP*
  • Paul Cunningham, CISO, VA*
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Closing Remarks