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Duo Security Zero Trust Briefing - U.S. Embassy in the Netherlands

Friday, November 02 | 1:30pm CET

Duo Security cordially invites you to join us on 2 November, 2018 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. for an executive briefing at the new U.S. Embassy in Wassenaar. The topic for this briefing is Zero Trust - The "New" Network - What It Means for Cyber Security.

Over the course of the afternoon, you’ll hear from a U.S. Embassy representative, as they present on cybersecurity from the U.S. Law Enforcement’s perspective. You’ll then hear from Duo Security Advisory CISO Richard Archdeacon as he presents on how the new “zero-trust” security architecture, BeyondCorp, is redefining the perimeter. That is, as organisations transform the way they work, data is increasingly stored outside of corporate walls and accessed by a more mobile workforce. This dynamic new environment requires a security model (zero trust) that will enhance and simplify cyber security.

Don’t miss this chance for networking, refreshments, and a high-level overview of just what zero trust is and how organisations can retain security and agility in the midst of business driven technological change.

Due to strict security guidelines and limited space, only registered participants will be admitted. For this reason, please make sure to RSVP above.

We hope you’ll join us in the Netherlands!

Details

  • Date:
    Friday, November 02, 2018
  • Time:
    1:30pm – 4:30pm CET
  • Venue:
    Embassy of the United States, The Hague
  • Address:
    John Adams Park 1, 2244 BZ Wassenaar, Netherlands

Presenter Info

Richard Archdeacon, EMEA Advisory CISO, Duo Security

Richard is the Advisory CISO for the EMEA region. He was previously with DXC - HPE - where he was a Chief Technologist in the Security Practice working with clients across all industries and regions. Prior to that, he worked for Symantec for many years. He has also held posts with security industry organizations such as IAAC and the IISP, and has worked on cyber resilience reports with the World Economic Forum.