Zero Trust – Making It Real In Government
Learn practical steps and considerations for making Zero Trust work for government.
What you’ll learn:
With all of the devices, locations, connection types, and opportunities for compromise we have today, user accounts and connected devices should not be trusted by default. In fact, information access should only be provided in limited or as-needed fashion. This “Zero Trust” approach to network security is uniquely suited to safeguarding agencies in an age of cloud applications, virtualized desktops, and widespread network access. Join Victor Martinez, Sales Engineering Manager, with Forcepoint Global Governments to learn practical steps and considerations for making Zero Trust work for government.
- What is resonating with security leaders today as it relates to Zero Trust
- Understand where to start and the catalyst to the Zero Trust movement
- The importance of data protection to your Zero Trust approach
Prerequisite knowledge (helpful but not required):
Victor Martinez is a Senior Solutions Engineering Manager at Forcepoint focused on the DOD with over 20 years of experience in technology, Cyber Security, and Networking. He earned his degree in Electrical Engineering and is passionate about developing high-performance teams, security, blockchain, and delivering innovative solutions to help defense, intelligence and federal customers improve outcomes, increase efficiency and decrease costs