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2022 Event | Session Video
Lessons Learned by the Federal Government to Elevate Your Zero Trust Implementation

Session Title: Pro Tip: Take Advantage of Lessons Learned by the Federal Government to Elevate Your Zero Trust Implementation
Speaker: Bryan Rosensteel, Principal Solutions Architect, Ping Identity
Date: Thursday, June 23, 2022
Location: Denver, CO

Description: Innovation is often seen as the hallmark of the private sector. So, it’s not surprising that, as Zero Trust became a hot topic, the cybersecurity industry looked to private sector projects like Google’s BeyondCorp to determine what’s possible and how to kick-start their own implementations. But where should the industry look to elevate those implementations? Surprisingly, one answer is the U.S. Federal Government. Just as the private sector is often associated with innovation, the government is often associated with regulation—and regulation is almost never synonymous with speed and efficiency. But while projects in the government may generally take longer to complete, this regulatory approach is the result of decades of experience gained from constant advanced persistent threats against some of the most complex and challenging digital environments and missions.

In this session, we will look at what’s working, what’s not, and what’s required for the government to achieve strategic cybersecurity priorities — including Zero Trust — by examining public-facing reports, Federal mandates, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidance. And even better: we will apply these lessons across private industry.

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