November 6

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The COVID-19 pandemic has seen hundreds of thousands of state and local government workers transition to telework and raised the specter of security breaches to a new high. Many organizations had been looking at or implementing some level of zero trust security model for some time but the recent work disruptions have caused more to start looking at how they can do this as well.

In light of this, Government Technology would like to hear what you think and invites you to join us for a virtual roundtable discussion with your peers. The roundtable will take place on Friday, November 6th from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM Pacific / 12:00 PM-1:00 PM Eastern.

Topics for discussion will include:

  • What are the pros and cons of a zero-trust model for large state and local government organizations?
  • If you have a large legacy environment, is this practical or would this further galvanize your efforts to move out of the mainframe environment?
  • Recent data suggests that a simple VPN environment is not enough. If true, what should you be doing?
  • What about the recent exploits of Remote Desktop Protocol, a mainstay for remote IT personnel?
  • Lastly, can you truly implement zero trust with a seemingly endless supply of computers and devices that are being used as you sent the employees home?


Todd Gustafson

Todd Gustafson

President of U.S. Public Sector, HP Inc.

Tommy Gardner

Tommy Gardner

Chief Technology Officer; HP Federal and SLED

Alan Cox

Alan Cox — Moderator

EVP, e.Republic