At the Intersection of IT and OT, Bridging the Zero Trust Gap

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Gigamon, United States Postal Service, NASA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Idaho National Laboratory

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Critical infrastructure and industrial organizations depend on operational technology (OT) to execute, monitor, and control physical processes. In today’s threat environment, IT is needed to configure and manage OT devices and collect data about OT operations to ensure enterprise-wide cybersecurity. As organizations work to implement Zero Trust, the necessary intersection of IT and OT introduces complexity and opportunity. This cross-industry panel will discuss the organizational and technical changes required to implement Zero Trust across IT and OT and their challenges and successes along the way. Presenters: [Moderator] John Quezada, Senior Solutions Engineer and SE Manager, Public Sector Civilian, Gigamon Heather Dyer, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, United States Postal Service Dr. Mark Stanley, Cybersecurity Advisor Architect and Zero Trust Lead, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Juan Torres, Associate Laboratory Director, Energy Systems Integration, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Zach Tudor, Associate Laboratory Director, National and Homeland Security, Idaho National Laboratory
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