Zero Trust Journey: the Big Challenge for Enterprise Organizations
Zero Trust Architecture adoption is a challenge for many organizations.
Zero Trust Architecture adoption is a challenge for many organizations. It isn’t a specific technology to adopt; instead, it’s a security initiative that an enterprise must understand, interpret, and implement. Enterprise security initiatives are never simple, and their goal to improve the enterprise’s cybersecurity posture requires the alignment of multiple stakeholders, systems, acquisitions, and exponentially changing technology. This alignment is always a complex undertaking and requires cybersecurity strategy and engineering to succeed.
What attendees will learn:
The purpose of a Zero Trust Architecture
Zero Trust Architecture components
How to think about Zero Trust Architecture transition
Who should attend?
Chief Information Security Officers
About the Speakers
Geoffrey Sanders is a senior member of the technical staff for the CERT Division at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). As a member of the Situational Awareness team, Geoffrey supports SEI sponsors in multiple areas of network systems security and survivability. His current areas of interest include analytics, big data, data fusion, and zero trust.
Prior to joining the SEI, Geoffrey worked as a security architect in the defense industry. His experience includes more than 20 years in security operations, systems security engineering and analysis, vulnerability assessment, and penetration testing.
Tim Morrow is the Situational Awareness Technical Manager within the CERT Monitoring and Response Directorate at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). He has a BSEE from Penn State University and a MSEE from the University of Pittsburgh. Morrow has experience with system of systems, systems, and software architecture and analysis methods, full lifecycle development and support and use of model-based system engineering tools in his eighteen years at the SEI.