Join us February 6, 2024!
The Hamilton Live, 600 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Zero Trust is a must for most federal civilian agencies in 2024, with the Biden administration’s directive for agencies to adopt at least some level of zero trust architecture by September. Faced with challenges in everything from automation and modernization to the hybrid work environment, today’s IT and cyber leaders aim to mitigate risk by adopting the latest zero trust security solutions to secure their endpoints and protect their systems.
Ongoing guidance from NIST, CISA and other agencies will continue to offer a strategic playbook, yet challenges remain for IT and cyber leaders embattled by shifting threats, complex emerging technologies, and a competitive labor market. As agencies look to 2024 and beyond, zero trust is a powerful tool in the arsenal for identifying, mitigating, and responding to cyber threats. Building the right workforce, partnerships, and processes will also be key.
During this in-person workshop, government and industry leaders will dive into these best practices around strengthening this cybersecurity practice, and share key lessons garnered from their experience leading essential federal security programs.