Zero Trust Architecture - What You Should Know and Why You Should Care


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While the concept of Zero Trust has been around for some time, the publication of NIST SP 800-207 (Zero Trust Architecture) has provided clarity, definition, and a recommended approach to a Zero Trust Architecture. President Biden's May 12th Executive Order has created a policy for Federal Agencies to adopt a Zero Trust Architecture, which will likely impact State and Local Government agencies, service providers, supply chains, and private enterprises.

 

Join us on Wednesday, July 28th, for a live webinar that will:

  • Identify key requirements and legal implications of the Executive Order
  • Consider what exactly is meant by Zero Trust
  • Explain some of the drivers for Zero Trust
  • Discuss challenges in moving from perimeter-based security to a Zero Trust Architecture

 

Register today to learn how Certes Networks can help government agencies, service providers, and enterprises take a simple approach to meeting the Executive Order and NIST's requirements through policy definition, micro-segmentation, and observability.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Sean Everson, CTO, Certes Networks
Simon Hill, Head of Legal and Compliance, Certes Networks

Relevant Government Agencies

Federal Government, State & Local Government


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Event Type
Webcast


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When
Wed, Jul 28, 2021, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET


Cost
Complimentary:    $ 0.00


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Certes Networks


Organizer
Certes Networks Government Team at Carahsoft


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