Duo Security invites you to join us at this invitation-only ISMG event on Wednesday, August 26 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. AEST.
This event will consist of a roundtable format, allowing for optimal peer-to-peer engagement and socializing. Attend this session to learn how the Zero Trust access model works, how leading organizations such as Google use this approach to secure access to their critical applications and data, and how you can implement this model in your organization in five logical steps. ISMG’s Jeremy Kirk will lead this exclusive Virtual Roundtable which will draw from the experiences of the attendees, offering thoughts on how they have adjusted to recent events.
More specifically, this event will address questions like:
- Where am I on my “zero trust” roadmap?
- How do I right size my security solutions to dynamically fit changing WFH requirements?
- How can I ensure critical business continuity without having to degrade current identity and access controls?
This event is invitation only, so please make sure to request an invitation via the ISMG event page linked above. We look forward to seeing you there!
Date:Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Time:1:00pm – 2:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time
Venue:This is virtual event hosted through WebEx
Dave Lewis, Global Advisory CISO, Duo Security
Dave Lewis has 25 years of experience in IT security operations and management including a decade dealing with critical infrastructure security. He is the founder of the security site Liquidmatrix Security Digest and cohost of the Liquidmatrix podcast as well as the host of the Plaintext and Murder Board podcasts. Lewis writes columns for Daily Swig, Forbes and several other publications.
Jeremy Kirk, Executive Editor, ISMG
Kirk is a veteran journalist who has reported from more than a dozen countries. Based in Sydney, he is Managing Editor for Security and Technology for Information Security Media Group. Prior to ISMG, he worked from London and Sydney covering computer security and privacy for International Data Group. Further back, he covered military affairs from Seoul, South Korea, and general assignment news for his hometown paper in Illinois.