June 22

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To ensure business continuity and safety during a global pandemic, state and local government CIOs did what had to be done: they swiftly moved tens of thousands of employees to remote work.

But while these actions have allowed government to continue the critical work of serving citizens, a dispersed workforce, which also may be relying on personal devices and unsecured networks, has broadened the attack surface for cybercriminals and made it easier to succeed with phishing scams and malware.

According to recent research from Barracuda Networks, coronavirus-related spear phishing attacks increased by 667 percent in March 2020.

Join Government Technology on June 22 at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern as our panel of experts discuss a critical missing piece in many governments’ cybersecurity architecture: global digital identity assurance.

Register now and you’ll hear:

- What global digital identity assurance is – and why it’s critical to protect the government enterprise

- Why sophisticated cyberattacks bypass traditional security defenses

- How you can get started to ensure employees are who they say they are


Teri Takai

Teri Takai — Moderator

Executive Director, Center for Digital Government

Dr. Stephen Topliss

Dr. Stephen Topliss

Vice President Product Strategy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions