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Transforming Federal Security for a Mob...
In today’s digital world, government’s networks face not only increased strain and complexity on bandwidth, but also cybersecurity risks. New policies such as CISA’s TIC 3.0 provide guidance on how to address these risks, including shifting the approach from securing a single network boundary to a distributed architecture. However, many agencies’ legacy security architectures remain focused on securing the data center,...
August 17, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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The Pathway to Zero Trust: Your Field G...
As Zero-Trust becomes a bigger part of government agencies’ cybersecurity portfolio, technologists are looking for a roadmap on how to implement this often complicated process. Zero-Trust is an operating principle and philosophy created as a way to overcome the inadequacy of not only a network perimeter-based approach to cybersecurity but also horizontally ‘flat’ access within a network. Adoption of Zero -Trust is a process,...
August 19, 2020
Organizer: Fortinet | Carahsoft
Location: Webcast
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On the Edge: Securing the Technology of...
Federal agencies have experienced a spike in cyberattacks, as an unprecedented number of employees began working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the workforce dispersed, the number of devices connecting to the network has exploded, and emerging technologies such as 5G and the Internet of Things are playing a bigger role in government IT strategy. How can agencies maintain a high level of security? During this digital webcast, gove...
August 20, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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Strategies for the Next Phase of Telework
A year ago, only about 3.4% of the total U.S. workforce worked remotely. Although it’s too soon to accurately count the uptick in remote work, suffice to say the number has grown exponentially since all of our lives were upended by the novel coronavirus pandemic.Federal, state, and local government agencies have faced immense pressure to continue providing citizen services while also keeping their employees safe. But with such a quick an...
August 24, 2020
Organizer: Government Executive Media Group
Location: Webcast
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CyberSmart 2020: Who Wants to be a Cybe...
There’s a lot of noise out there when it comes to cyber best practices. As federal, state, and local governments continue to face one of the most challenging IT security threats of our time during mass telework, bad actors are seizing on the opportunity to exploit new vulnerabilities and attack vectors. Cutting through the buzz to gain meaningful insights on of-the-moment cybersecurity issues is of vital importance if government agencies...
August 27, 2020
Organizer: Nextgov
Location: Webcast
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