A presentation at ATARC Zero Trust Summit in in Washington, DC, USA by Shawn Wells
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To help Federal agencies convert their networks, systems and devices to a Zero Trust Security architecture, the White House has issued three new draft guidance documents. The documents, including the Federal Zero Trust Strategy from the Office of Management and Budget, and the Zero Trust Maturity Model and Cloud Security Technical Reference Architecture from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, are meant to provide agencies with a roadmap and resources required to sustain a multiyear push towards Zero Trust.</p>
Listen in as topic experts dive into the Guidance, as well as the importance behind them. How will these guidance documents affect Zero Trust Security? Do these roadmaps present any challenges? How can agencies best leverage the guidance documents for successful security architecture implementation?
Spoke on panel with:
Karim Said (Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Headquarters Services, Office of Strategic Infrastructure, National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Stephen Haselhorst (Zero Trust Program Manager/Lead, Office of the Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
Conrad Bovell (Director, Division of Information System Security, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, United States Department of Health and Human Services)
Event Webpage: https://atarc.org/event/8-9-22-zero-trust-summit/