The President's Cybersecurity Executive Order: Achieve zero trust and strong MFA

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Jeremy Grant (former NIST), Ross Norduft (former OMB), Lisa Palma, Kenneth Myers (GSA)

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With the recent increasing cyber attacks across the government, the Biden administration released a new executive order #14028 on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. It covers many key areas that need to be addressed to protect critical digital infrastructure across the government, importantly - implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) within 180 days, planning for a zero trust architecture within 60 days, and securing the software supply chain. Join this Jun 29 Yubico roundtable discussion hosted by Jeff Phillips, VP Public Sector, Yubico, and featuring Jeremy Grant, Managing Director, Venable (former NIST), Ross Norduft, Sr Director Cyber Security Services, Venable (former OMB), Kenneth Myers, Chief Federal ICAM Architect, GSA, and Lisa Palma, Cybersecurity Specialist. The panel will discuss the core tenets of the executive order, the various implications for government agencies and software vendors, and immediate steps that organizations can take to ensure they are driving toward the timelines outlined in the executive order. Confidentiality and Data Processing: The information you provide in this form will be held in confidence by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates. Any personal information submitted in this form will be used by Yubico, Inc. and its Affiliates, for their performance of this webinar, and as such, you agree to being contacted and receiving relevant marketing materials. “Affiliate” means an entity that, directly or indirectly, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with Yubico, Inc.

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