Multi-cloud architectures and shared services give Federal agencies new opportunities to transform and modernize, but also introduce new risks. Agencies need to shift cyber strategy beyond a traditional perimeter approach. This session will explore best practices to deploy consistent and flexible security protections across physical and virtual environments. How can agencies meet growing demands and unleash the benefits of cloud without compromising data integrity? How do you lock down mission-critical applications in a highly-connected environment? What inconsistencies should agencies eliminate in their security policies? Join us to explore options for managing emerging risks and achieving new levels of cyber protection for public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Speakers: Lee Klarich, Chief Product Officer, Palo Alto Networks & Panelists: Peter Kim, Chief Information Security Officer, United States Air Force, Jay Huie, TTS Secure Cloud Portfolio Director, U.S. General Services Administration, Donald Freese, Deputy Assistant
Director, Information Technology Branch, FBI, Christopher Wlaschin, Chief Information Security Officer and Executive Director, Information Security Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
Presented during Palo Alto Networks inaugural Federal Ignite 2017 conference.