Federal departments and agencies continue to push more mission-critical services into digital environments, rapidly increasing the amount of sensitive information on unclassified networks. As these agencies redesign their environments to enable this modernization, methods of protecting the data inside those environments must evolve as well. The recent Biden administration cybersecurity EO requires agencies to move toward “zero trust” environments in response to nation-state cyber-attacks. This leads to the question – how do agencies protect that sensitive data from within their own organizations? What policies, practices, and procedures enable insider risk protection to be baked in as agencies transition to “zero trust” environments? Join the discussion as our speakers highlight the importance of including insider risk programs and protections in unclassified environments as they move toward a “zero trust” world.
Sudha Vyas, Chief Cybersecurity Architect at the Department of Defense Office of the CIO
Grant Schneider, Senior Director of Cybersecurity Services, Venable LLP
Zachary Brown, CISO Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
John Miles, Team Lead, Insider Threat Prevention & Detection Program, Department of Justice
Scott Mathews, Senior Advisor Office of Chief Privacy Officer, Department of Homeland Security
Tommy Todd, Vice President of Security at Code42
Jamie Danker, Senior Director of Cybersecurity Services