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Zero Trust for Cyber Resiliency

Zero Trust for Cyber Resiliency

Cybersecurity leaders from agencies like the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Defense Department (DOD) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) provide insights on how they are utilizing zero-trust strategies to secure data, prevent ransomware incidents and help recover from attacks.

Inside, read insights from:

  • OMB Senior Advisor Eric Mill on the cybersecurity executive order and how different agencies are approaching new zero trust strategies
  • Air Combat Command Director of Intelligence Brig. Gen. Steven Gorski on the role of zero trust in DOD’s recently released JADC2 strategy
  • Rubrik Federal’s Global Field CTO David Siles on how zero trust can protect data backups from malicious encryption and deletion
  • CISA’s Cyber Defense Specialist Daniel Bardenstein on revamping the CDM program to incorporate zero trust principles
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  • Daniel Bardenstein
    Daniel Bardenstein Cyber Defense Specialist, CISA
  • Maj. Gen. Robert Collins
    Maj. Gen. Robert Collins Lead, Program Executive Office for Command Control Communications-Tactical (C3T), U.S. Army
  • Mike Dean
    Mike Dean SATCOM Chief, U.S. Department of Defense
  • Dan Massey
    Dan Massey 5G Program Lead, U.S. Department of Defense
  • Eric Mill
    Eric Mill Senior Advisor on Technology and Cybersecurity to the Federal CIO, OMB
  • Brig. Gen. Jeth Rey
    Brig. Gen. Jeth Rey Director, Army Futures Command’s Cross-Functional Team
  • David Siles
    David Siles Global Field Chief Technology Officer, Rubrik
  • Brig. Gen. Steven Gorski
    Brig. Gen. Steven Gorski Director of Intelligence at Air Combat Command, U.S. Air Force
  • Rubrik Federal VERT logo
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