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- End Time:02:05PM
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It’s become imperative for organizations from Main Street to the DoD to fundamentally rethink cyber security. It’s not something that any business can ignore; it’s a new operational reality and part of the cost of doing business. Yet too often we hear from organizations that haven’t planned or budgeted for cybersecurity—they aren’t prepared to make the investment or do the hard work.
CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model provides an excellent roadmap for organizations with a crawl-walk-run approach to maturing cybersecurity practice.
In this presentation, DTS Director of Cybersecurity Derek Kernus and Managing Principal Edward Tuorinsky will present both the technical thinking around Zero Trust and a leadership perspective as they discuss:
- The key element of zero-trust
- Why it’s the right model to use
- The steps involved in implementing a zero-trust architecture
- The role of culture and leadership in adoption
- Additional benefits gained through robust cybersecurity
Policies and processes are one challenge but any security effort’s success ultimately comes down to people and culture. Zero trust may require a change in an organization’s mindset around cybersecurity, but it’s an essential need for every organization.