Date: March 16, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PT)
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. Paul Shaw
Description: Zero Trust (ZT) is the foundation of a DoD security transformation to counter major cybersecurity threats. Using the three core DoD documents (DoD Zero Trust Strategy, DoD Zero Trust Reference Architecture, and DoD Zero Trust Capability Roadmap), DoD program offices will be responsible for developing ZT implementation plans. These ZT implementation plans need to harmonize core ZT concepts used by their systems engineers/system security engineers to implement ZT capabilities. Critical in these ZT implementation plans will be leverage of enterprise efforts like federated identity services and threat intelligence services. ZT efforts will need to be harmonized with other key cybersecurity efforts (Risk Management Framework (RMF), Cyber Survivability Attributes (CSAs), Cyber Test and Evaluation (T&E), Cyber Resiliency, and Service cyber efforts). Program offices will need to focus their efforts to maximize available resources (people, funding, and supporting infrastructure) in the implementation of ZT capabilities. Attend this webinar to have an awareness of these constructs for your DoD ZT implementation plans.
Join Dr. Paul Shaw to better understand the DoD’s core Zero Trust documents as applied to DoD ZT implementation plans.
Biography: Dr. Paul Shaw is a former Navy Technical Authority and Program Manager for the Navy Data Environment. Former Navy Command and Control (C2) Functional Area Manager (FAM) Lead and Functional Data Manager (FDM). Served as the Navy's C2 Portfolio Manager for OPNAV N2/N6. Technical lead for update of Navy's 2008 Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) strategy. Retired Navy Reserve Captain after 30 years to include five recalls. Mobilized to serve as Afghanistan Theater Lead for Persistent Ground Surveillance Systems (PGSS) in 2011. PGSS was a $600 million JCTD to provide persistent surveillance for counter improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Works with Acquisition Commands to evaluate Systems Security Engineering and Threat-based Engineering. Doctor of Science in Cybersecurity, five Masters Degrees, & various professional cybersecurity certifications.