Demystifying Zero Trust with Real-life Lessons from the Former Federal CIO
On Demand Webinar
Most enterprises are aware of the growing need for Zero Trust but not all are able to fully grasp the concept. With too many definitions in the market and some vendors selling it as an off-the-shelf solution, Zero Trust has caused a lot of confusion across industries.
It is however important for the C-suite to get a comprehensive understanding of Zero Trust and witness how it can help overcome evolving security challenges.
Join us for a webinar featuring Tony Scott, the Former Federal CIO of the United States & ColorTokens Inc Board Member as he speaks with Venky Raju, Field CTO at ColorTokens, about his experience with cyberattacks and what organizations can learn from the same.
In this webinar you will:
Understand why Zero Trust is critical for the business and why it is more than just a cybersecurity strategy
Learn how a Zero Trust approach can benefit the entire organization, not just the security team
Walk away with a blueprint for Zero Trust, from budgeting to implementation
Former Federal CIO of The United States
ColorTokens Inc Board Member
Tony Scott, the third Federal CIO of the United States in the nation’s history, is one of the world’s foremost security and IT experts. Prior to his tenure as U.S. CIO, Scott was the CTO at General Motors, and CIO at Walt Disney, Microsoft, and VMWare. Scott now serves as Chairman of the Tony Scott Group; he’s also currently a member of ColorTokens’ board.
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.
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