May 13

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In the blink of an eye, thousands of public sector workers have become work-from-home employees. Even as some states have begun lifting their coronavirus shelter-at-home regulations, large swaths of the public workforce will continue to operate remotely for the foreseeable future.

With so many employees working from their kitchen tables, state and local endpoints can be more vulnerable. The good news is that the number of cyberattacks has remained predictably steady during the past several weeks. The bad news? There’s been a tremendous increase in the number of successful attacks, resulting in potentially more breaches.

Securing enterprise endpoints has never been more difficult – or more important. Join Government Technology on May 13 at 10 AM PT/1 PM ET for a timely and informative 30-minute webinar on this important issue.

As a participant, you’ll learn:

  • The biggest challenges of maintaining endpoint security with a remote workforce
  • How some jurisdictions are innovating to meet those needs
  • How to secure your enterprise endpoints while enhancing cyber visibility in the months ahead


Todd Gustafson

Todd Gustafson

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

Gustafson is responsible for managing customer and partner relationships, strategic financial plans, product and technology strategies, sales force strategy and structure, and P&L ownership within HP’s U.S. Public Sector business. As the leader of HP Federal LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of HP Inc. he is focused on providing IT innovation, enabling business outcomes, and supporting the U.S. government, State and Local Government, K-12 and High-Ed across the United States.
With a 30+ year tenure at HP, Gustafson has held a variety of leadership positions in Channel Sales, Direct Sales, and ISV Marketing. Most recently, Gustafson took on the role of Vice President of U.S. End User Sales, which included the Commercial customer segment. From 2006 to 2012, he was Vice President for the Personal Systems Group (PSG) Commercial Solutions organization. Prior to that, Gustafson was the Vice President of U.S. Workstation sales.
Gustafson graduated from Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. He currently resides in Massachusetts, where he continues to be an avid road cyclist and remains actively involved as leader in various community organizations.

Sherban Naum

Sherban Naum

SVP, Business and Strategy, HP Security

As part of HP Security’s executive team, Sherban Naum is responsible for HP Security’s business and strategy. Having spent 8 years with Bromium, Sherban was responsible for both commercial, government and strategic business initiatives.

Prior to joining Bromium, Sherban was responsible for the National Security business practice at Citrix supporting VDI and hardened endpoint virtualization efforts. Sherban’s career spans over two decades of Cyber, Virtualization, Mobility and global networking and telecommunications.

He has a BA in International Relations from The American University and an MA in International Policy and Planning, with a focus on International Security Policy from George Washington University.

Deb Snyder

Deb Snyder — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Deb recently retired from her position as New York State’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), after over 35 years of public service. In that role, as part of New York State's information technology transformation and consolidation initiative, she helped redesign how the state protects its data. As State CISO, she directed the State’s comprehensive cyber security governance, risk management and compliance program, providing strategic leadership and vision, and assuring business-aligned, risk-based investments that maximized business opportunity and minimized cyber security risk. She also directed the NYS Cyber Command Center, hotline, procedures for reporting and response to cyber-threats, and digital forensics.