Cyber Leaders: How to Address the Hybrid Cloud-Zero Trust Conundrum
Given that agencies are on the clock to adopt zero trust architectures by fiscal year 2025, Fortinet Federal’s Bill Lemons offers tactics federal IT teams can take when addressing the challenges of achieving zero trust in hybrid, multicloud environments.
GovFocus: Zero Trust Enabling the Future Joint Force
On-Demand Panel Discussion
Military cyber leaders repeatedly say zero trust is critical, essential and integral to the Defense Department’s Joint All-Domain Command-and-Control (JADC2) concept. A zero trust approach to cybersecurity helps organizations improve data security, manage users on the network and facilitate data interoperability, all key components of JADC2. This panel explores how zero trust aids secure communication and data sharing to prepare the joint force for future fights.
Carahsoft Government Security Solutions Forum
Government organizations face threats, like none other. Ensuring that a robust security posture fits inside the regulatory and budget requirements of any agency is a huge feat onto itself. Add on all the threats that adversaries bring to your doorstep, and it can seem like an insurmountable task. From vulnerabilities to zero-days to patch management to user education and enablement, it’s easy for security teams to get lost in “What Should I Focus on Now?” Luckily, you are not alone in this fight.
State of the Threat Landscape for Government
Get ready for another episode of FortinetLIVE as #Fortinet’s Jim Richberg, and #FortinetFederal’s Felipe Fernandez, discuss the current state of the threat landscape for government agencies and top threat trends #CISOs should pay attention to in 2023.
Federal News Network – Federal Executive Forum: Cybersecurity Strategies for Defense of the Homeland
Consult this one-hour panel discussion of cybersecurity strategies designed to protect military and civilian networks, infrastructure, and operations. Featured speakers include representatives of the U.S. Army, CISA/DHS, the DoD Information Network, and industry practitioners.
Federal Executive Forum: ML and AI in Government
On-Demand Panel Discussion
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence play a vital role in evolving agency management, operations, and technology. Attend this executive seminar to hear from seasoned executives how these disciplines are changing their organizations, including the USAF and U.S. Government Accountability Office.
Security Transformation Summit
It’s not too late — access the valuable insights shared at the Security Transformation Summit. Take advantage of government and industry perspectives about priority issues and technical challenges facing public sector cybersecurity and IT management professionals in 2023.
Addressing the Cybersecurity Priorities Set for Fiscal Year 2024
Federal agencies received recent guidance on cybersecurity investment priorities for GFY 2024 budgeting. How will these mandates impact agency security policies and how can officials take steps to meet these objectives?
Practical Strategies to Ensure Modernization Pays Off
Join this executive overview of the promising technologies available to help agencies simultaneously modernize and secure their enterprise IT infrastructures and deliver more comprehensive network visibility, zero trust network access, and enhanced cybersecurity operations.
Inject More AI/ML Capabilities into your Agency Cyber Operations
This virtual seminar reviews current Network Defense and Response (NDR) security solutions engineered to target threats to agency IT environments, provide faster incident detection, and accelerate threat response to reduce the impact of malicious cyber-attacks.
Take IT Modernization a Step at a Time – Start with ZTNA
This executive briefing covers how Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) provides a virtual gateway to implementing an effective ZT Architecture. Learn from your peers how to move towards compliance with Zero Trust Strategy and NIST Special Publication 800-207 requirements.
Modernizing the Traditional WAN “Edge” for Current and Future Needs
This program addresses Federal IT Modernization with particular focus on adoption of a simplified, security-driven networking approach designed to enhance enterprise security posture, improve user experience, and reduce cost.