As the secure perimeter continues to evolve, agencies are increasingly challenged to ensure only the right users and secure devices can access applications regardless of location. A zero-trust security model solves this problem by authenticating users and devices at every point of access. Zero-trust security is a key component in federal IT modernization initiatives and ensures agencies can satisfy compliance demands, address authentication gaps and verify all users and devices are trusted before they can access applications.
At the Zero Trust Security Summit, the most influential government and tech leaders will highlight how the federal government is adopting the principles of zero-trust security to modernize their security and IT environments. They’ll share how government leaders are future-proofing their security practices through next-generation identity and access management and how they reduce risk with a user-centric zero-trust security model.
January 28, 2020 / 7:30 AM – 1:30 PM ET
Spy Museum, Washington DC
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