Webinar: Cracking the Zero Trust Code: Join Us for a Fireside Chat to explore the Challenges
We’re winding down Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but we’ve saved the best for last! In a world where traditional cybersecurity measures cannot keep up with the ingenuity of malicious actors, Zero Trust has emerged as a beacon of hope. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Zero Trust, Chase Cunningham, to learn why this is so important but often challenging to implement.
Spoiler alert: It’s not the technology!
Things you’ll learn:
- What does it take for organizations to embrace a Zero Trust strategy
- Where are the challenges – tools, people, culture?
- Are there any blueprints that organizations can adopt?
- How can vendors help businesses in their Zero Trust journey?
- What is ColorTokens doing to help?
Dr. Chase Cunningham is a retired Navy Chief Cryptologist with more than 20 years’ experience in Cyber Forensic and Analytic Operations. Having gained operations experience by being “on pos” doing cyber forensics, analytics, and offensive and defensive cyber operations while functioning in highly technical and operationally demanding work centers within the NSA, CIA, FBI and other government agencies, Dr. Cunningham brings the highest level of technical expertise, advanced education, and various certifications.
Venky Raju has a strong background in computer networking, software development, and cybersecurity. He has led R&D teams across the globe developing leading-edge networking solutions, smartphone platforms, and connected applications.
Satyam Tyagi is the Senior Director of Product Management at ColorTokens Inc. He is an industry thought leader in security and networking, responsible for significant advances in endpoint, mobile and application security. He was awarded four patents in application security and networking, including products sold by Cisco and Avaya. He holds a Master’s in Computer Science from the University of North Texas and Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT (BHU).
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