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NTXISSA February 21, 2019 Monthly Meeting VENUE CHANGE
February 21, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm$10 – $30
NOTE: VENUE CHANGE Blue Mesa 8200 Dallas Parkway Plano at 121 (Granite Park)
Speaker: Michael T. Riemer Global Chief Security Architect, Pulse Secure LLC
Michael Riemer has over 36 years of IT and IT Security experience. He is a Certified Instructor on Firewall/Virtual Private Networking, Intrusion Detection/Prevention, SSL/VPN and Network Access Control disciplines.
Michael’s IT experiences include, Remote Access Security, Network Access Control, Security Assessments, Penetration Testing, Security Awareness Program Development, Desktop Support Services, Project Management, Computer Operations Instruction, Directory Services Management, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning, HIPPA, FDIC, Sarbanes-Oxley, and PCI-DSS compliance, as well as thousands of hours of hands-on implementation and trouble-shooting experience.
Title: Software-defined Perimeter in a World of Zero Trust
Workforce mobility and widespread adoption of distributed data center and cloud environments have introduced significant access control complexities and threats. Organizations are questioning the efficacy of conventional, perimeter-based defenses and are now evaluating a “trust but verify” model. What are key enterprise considerations when deploying Zero Trust and Software-defined Perimeter (SDP) to enable seamless access, ensure business compliance and mitigate risk?
While consumers are getting desensitized to the incessant news of a given data breach and millions of identities lost to the dark web, enterprises face increased industry, regulatory and boardroom pressure to bolster their data protection measures. At an average loss of $4,000,000 USD per breach and potential fines upwards of 4% of gross revenue, progressing access security is among the top ten CIO initiatives.
The traditional fortress model with perimeter and layered defenses can no longer be relied upon in a world of sophisticated attacks and threat actors given the dynamics of a modern workforce, mobile and distributed apps, and virtualization across network and multi-cloud infrastructure. Enterprises can no longer afford “connect, authenticate, and then access” visibility and control gaps. Zero Trust and Software-defined Perimeter offer compelling security by establishing trust by authenticating users and devices and securing connectivity directly to the application and resource.
This session provides a pragmatic deep-dive into the world of Zero Trust and explores the advantages, nuances and technologies behind Secure Access and Software Defined Perimeter.
At the Lunch and Learn with Pulse Secure you will learn:
* Where IT consumerization, virtualization and multi-cloud impacts access
* The interest, reasoning and mechanics beyond the Zero Trust adoption
* Why modern applications and usage must accommodate multi-trust models
* Assessing Zero Trust readiness and determining targeted implementation
* A flexible reference architecture for hybrid IT secure access
Reservation and Payment Information
You may reserve your spot by registering via the Constant Contact link in the email we send out or the Register button on this page before 9:00am the day of the meeting. We encourage you to register online even if you plan on paying at the door so that we will have a count for the restaurant.
Please note you are free to show up without registering and we will certainly try to seat you, but it is always possible we may need to turn unregistered persons away when seats run out – so please register.
Members who prepay online: $10
Guests who prepay online: $25
Anyone paying at the door: $30
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