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Zero Trust Government Symposium

Zero Trust Government Symposium
 

Zero Trust Government Symposium
National Harbor, MD
July 17-18, 2024

DSI’s 2nd Annual Zero Trust Government Symposium will convene to bring together leaders, experts and implementors across the USG and DOD to highlight the current status of Zero Trust implementation efforts. Broadly, zero trust refers to a cybersecurity concept and framework that requires non-stop monitoring and constant authentication to secure critical national security information — and assumes all networks are compromised from the get-go. Federal IT leaders are under mounting pressure to meet a suite of mandated ZT cybersecurity standards and objectives by September 2024. Implementing a ZT approach ensures that access to data is strictly controlled and monitored, reducing the risk of unauthorized access or data breaches.

Active military, government, and state personnel attend complimentary. Those interested in participating in the Digital Forensics Symposium can visit Defense Strategies Institute’s website. Ayone interested in learning more or sending questions, please contact Jessica Joaquim at jjoaquim@dsigroup.org or (201) 824-0077.

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