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Wayne LeRiche, the federal civilian field chief technology officer and solutions architect for Palo Alto Networks Federal, discusses how secure access service edge sets a framework for agencies to more easily implement a zero trust architecture.
All the must-know zero trust insights from Day 1 of our Cyber Leaders Exchange 2023.
Proactive solutions based on the latest industry advances are transforming the way agencies manage a fluid attack surface.
Efforts are accelerating to ensure agencies can maneuver safely through even the most treacherous threat environments.
Dr. Michael Moore, principal of partner solutions and technologies at Neo4j, explains why a graph database platform is a powerful way to unlock insights into security vulnerabilities and solutions.
Dre’ Abadie, public-sector senior solutions architect at VMware, discusses how cross-cloud visibility, automation and robust industry partnerships can counter the unpredictable nature of current cyberthreats.
Chris Wysopal, co-founder and CTO at Veracode, details why developers need training and tools to elevate security as a top priority in their daily workflows.
Jason Proctor, advisory systems engineer for cyber recovery and compliance at Dell Technologies, discusses how, by reducing the complexity of tools and strategies, agencies gain agility and better data protection.
Jim Helou, Worldwide Leader of Business Development, AWS Marketplace Public Sector, discusses partnering to deliver the best solutions for government agencies.
Drew Epperson, Vice President for Federal Engineering at Palo Alto Networks, explores how broader use of cloud services is opening the door wider for agencies to rationalize and consolidate cybersecurity tools across their ecosystem.
Strengthening the security and resilience of government systems requires a combination of tried-and-true fundamentals and a willingness to innovate in response to new challenges. In partnership with AvePoint, Cribl, Okta, SentinelOne, Splunk and Thales TCT.
Following best practices for cyber hygiene is still a foundation for success, but agencies also need modern approaches to modern threats.
Automation and ongoing collaboration can improve threat detection, incident response and overall security.
Agencies can deliver better user experiences by modernizing their approach to identity and access management.