11AM PT, 2PM ET
Cybersecurity has never been more vital for government agencies. Phishing attempts, account takeovers and malware attacks on the public sector were on the rise even before the coronavirus pandemic. The disruptions of the past year have brought unparalleled new challenges of accommodating a hybrid and remote workforce while securing a vastly expanded new edge. Additionally, as more governments provide online services to constituents, enhancing security for those digital services has become more complex – and more important – than ever before.
Identity and access management must be an integral part of any smart cybersecurity strategy. Verifying users and ensuring that the right people have access to the right information is essential for protecting government operations.
Join us January 26 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET for an interactive discussion of the key tools and strategies for providing strong authentication in an era of ongoing uncertainty. Our panel of industry experts and public officials will explore crucial topics including:
- Lessons learned from 2020 that can inform cybersecurity planning in the years ahead
- How access management – including multi-factor authentication solutions – fits into a broader cybersecurity strategy
- On-the-ground examples of how better access management and strong authentication practices have strengthened security for remote work, expanded digital services, secured elections systems and more