As the nation faces more persistent and sophisticated cyber threats than ever before, federal agencies can no longer take for granted that their systems and applications are secure. With that in mind, the federal government is taking unprecedented measures to protect the highly sensitive information of Americans. Central to the government’s efforts to deter, protect against, detect, and respond to a constant barrage of attacks, the Biden administration has prioritized the adoption of zero-trust architectures for agencies to limit hackers from moving freely around their networks during a breach.
Join the top cybersecurity decision-makers from government and tech at CyberScoop’s Zero Trust Summit as they discuss the adoption of zero trust across government and how agencies are modernizing their security statures to prevent and defend against the next major breach. During the summit, public sector experts will also discuss emerging topics in federal cybersecurity, such as supply chain security, threat information-sharing, cloud security, multifactor authentication, and much more.