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Adopting a Zero Trust architecture in Government

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John Lewington
Industry Specialist, National Security Group, Adobe

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Sean Connelly
TIC Program Manager, CISA 

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John MacKinnon
Worldwide Public Sector Partner Development and Global Telecom Alliances Manager, Amazon Web Services

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Greg Landrum
Senior Manager, Government and Public Sector, Deloitte Consulting


About the session

Over the last year, many government organizations have accelerated their digital transformation, moving business and services environments beyond the traditional defined security perimeter. As a result, the traditional perimeter-style security architecture needs to be rethought. This has given rise to new defense-in-depth architectures, like Zero Trust, that decouple network access from application and data access, allowing you to gain better control over each layer regardless of where your customers or users reside. In this session, we’ll discuss how to further secure the workforce, enhance protection for apps and data (for example, high-value assets, personally identifiable information, etc.), and safeguard supply chain information. We’ll share ideas for how government organizations can begin to adopt an integrated Zero Trust architecture approach through Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) 3.0, Continuous Diagnostics and Monitoring (CDM), and other Department of Defense (DoD) initiatives.

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