Meeting the Cyber Challenges for the Future
Event submitted on Monday, April 12th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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Attendees will receive useful and timely input from their esteemed keynote speaker and Infosec committees. The first panel, moderated by Federal News Network Executive Editor Jason Miller, will discuss the role of ICAM and the growing obstacles it faces as connectivity and information-sharing technology progress. The second session, moderated by Chris Dorobek, Executive Editor of GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER, will look at why Zero Trust is quickly becoming the security paradigm of choice for many organisations, as well as some of the complexities of implementation. If you work for the government then you’ll likely derive a lot of benefit in attending this event.
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Electrosoft Services, Inc, in collaboration with the non-profit association, ITPA-NCC, will host our “3rd in the series” of virtual, half-day technology webinars on “Meeting the Cyber Challenges for the Future”. As part of our ongoing educational series, this three-hour, “on the record” session will showcase government and industry thought leaders with a focus on Identity, Credentials, and Access Management (ICAM), and Zero Trust. Through our distinguished keynote speaker and two panels, attendees will gain valuable and timely insights. The first panel, moderated by Federal News Network’s Executive Editor, Jason Miller, will shed light on the importance and increasing challenges of ICAM as communications and information sharing technologies continue to advance. The second panel, with moderator Chris Dorobek, Executive Editor of GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER, will explore why Zero Trust is rapidly becoming the security model of choice for many organizations and some of the implementation challenges.
And, in the spirit of collaboration and “giving back”, we will be making a contribution to ITPA’s STEM Scholarship education fund immediately following the event.