State and Local Cybersecurity Threats: Weathering the Storm

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Shannon Lawson, CISO, City of Phoenix / Dr. Mike Lloyd, CTO, RedSeal / Brad Schwab, Sr. Security Solutions, RedSeal

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The more state and local agencies practice data sharing to increase transparency, accelerate and improve accuracy, the higher probability of unintended exposures, opening them to data breaches, malware and worse, ransomware attacks. How do agencies proactively recognize exposures, secure infrastructures mitigate risks and stay compliant? More and more agencies realize they are not immune and can’t see around corners. They need a solid solution that allows them to know exactly what’s on their network, how it’s connected and what specifically is at risk. Join RedSeal and Shannon Lawson, CISO, City of Phoenix, as we explore how a state and local agency earned toward hardening their environment from attacks: - What resources they had across all their infrastructure environments? - If any of the resources were unintentionally exposed to the internet? - What access is possible within and between environments? - Did their deployments meet security best practices? - How to validate their network segmentation policies? - Are they remediating the riskiest vulnerabilities first? Speakers: Shannon Lawson, CISO, City of Phoenix Dr. Mike Lloyd, CTO, RedSeal Brad Schwab, Senior Security Solutions Consultant, RedSeal

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