WEBCAST

Road to new reality: Trust nothing—Verify everything with zero-trust

Webcast overview

We are in a perimeter-less world where data no longer resides, and people no longer work within defined boundaries. A zero-trust framework is an approach to cyber security and risk management that safeguards the environment no matter where data and people are. It is about knowing your resources, both IT and data, and facilitating access to these resources by verifying everything and trusting nothing.

This webcast will explore the zero-trust framework and the areas government entities should focus on to build zero-trust. Key topics include:

  • The four areas of trust: identity, device/workload, network and data
  • Automation and orchestration, visibility and analytics
  • How to start or continue your journey of building zero-trust

KPMG will also moderate a discussion with Eric Boyette, North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary, providing his experience and perspectives on the challenges of implementing zero-trust.

This webcast will last approximately 60 minutes. Participants may earn one continuing professional education (CPE) credit for this webcast.

Speakers

Tony Hubbard

Tony Hubbard

Principal, Government Cyber Security Leader, KPMG US

Joseph Klimavicz

Joseph Klimavicz

Managing Director, Federal CIO Advisory Leader, KPMG US

Kathy Cruz

Kathy Cruz

Director Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG LLP

J. Eric Boyette

J. Eric Boyette

Secretary, N.C. Department of Transportation


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