Overview

July 16
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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While the acceleration to digital has been needed and welcomed in government during the pandemic, it has made security more difficult. Distributed workforces, hybrid infrastructures and more virtual services have led to an increase in cyberattacks on agency data and networks. Now more than ever, state and local governments need a quick way to implement a security strategy that is pervasive and immediately effective.

On July 16 at 10am PT/1pm ET, join Government Technology and Infoblox for a 30-minute webcast that will offer practical advice on how to deploy simple security to improve threat detection, prevention and remediation. Register now to also learn:

  • What defense in depth is and how it addresses today’s biggest threats, including ransomware
  • How you can manage and secure your entire network using infrastructure you already rely on
  • How to automate more of your security operations to gain more ROI on your security stack

Speakers

Allen McNaughton

Allen McNaughton

Director of Pre-Sales Engineering, Public Sector, Infoblox

Allen McNaughton is the Director of Pre-Sales Engineering, Public Sector at Infoblox and leads the technical design and support for Federal, State/Local agencies and the Education vertical. He is also responsible for ensuring that Infoblox maintains the highest level of government certifications across product lines. With over 20 years of experience in developing security solutions for Service Providers, Public Sector and Enterprise customers, Allen helps customers not only understand the technical, but also the business impacts of cyber-attacks and how to help mitigate those threats, specifically with a focus on DNS.

Dan Lohrmann

Dan Lohrmann — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Daniel J. Lohrmann is an internationally recognized cybersecurity leader, technologist, keynote speaker and author. He led Michigan government’s cybersecurity and technology infrastructure teams from May 2002 to August 2014, including as enterprise-wide chief security officer (CSO), chief technology officer (CTO) and chief information security officer (CISO). During his distinguished career, he has served both the public and private sectors in a variety of executive leadership capacities including advising senior leaders at the White House, National Governors Association (NGA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Throughout his career he has received numerous national awards including CSO of the Year, Public Official of the Year and Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader.