Date: October 19, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PT)
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Who Should Attend: Government, Military, and Industry at all levels who want to learn about the principles of zero trust and its role in innovative cybersecurity solutions.
Speaker: Dr. Andrew Ramos
Description: Zero Trust (ZT) potentially transforms DoD Cybersecurity. ZT is a cybersecurity strategy wherein security policy is applied based on context established through least-privileged access controls and strict user authentication—not assumed trust. A Zero Trust architecture uses zero trust principles to plan industrial and enterprise infrastructure and workflows
Come join Dr. Ramos to learn about planning and implementing Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) and gain insight for the DoD and DIB to increase multi-attribute-based confidence levels that enable authentication and authorization policies that enhances security, the user experience, and overall mission performance.SpeakersImage
Dr Andrew Ramos
Dr. Andrew Ramos has 23 years of experience working in the Information Technology (IT) field for various organizations. He has experience as a US Army military officer, a DoD contractor for private industry, and a government civilian. He has held many IT leadership positions, including LAN/WAN Network and Systems Engineer, Communications Equipment (CE) Officer, Information Assurance Manager, Enterprise Architect, Telecommunications and Automation Officer, and Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In private industry, he served as an enterprise cybersecurity architect and led a cybersecurity department and security operations center (SOC) before transitioning over as a US Federal Civilian for OPNAV N2N6 at the Pentagon, where he served as the Lead Program Oversight, Cybersecurity Auditor, and ACOR for the US Navy's CIO and CISO.