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Zero Trust: Securing the Supply Chain

Zero Trust: Securing the Supply Chain

Zero trust is essential to solid IT supply chain security due to the sprawling nature of software and hardware supply chains. Hear from industry and government leaders at CISA, DOD and Fortinet Federal about how to integrate zero trust principles into supply chain security strategies to more effectively manage risk and vulnerabilities.

Inside, read insights from:

  • Chris DeRushaFederal CISO, on The White House’s new memo on securing the supply chain
  • Felipe FernandezFortinet Federal’s Sr. Director of Systems Engineering, on using ICAM solutions to mitigate damage from an attack
  • Allan FriedmanCISA Senior Advisor and Strategist, on the importance of transparency from tools like SBOMs in detecting and preventing attacks
  • Stuart Whitehead, DOD C4 Deputy Director, on extending the zero trust conversation to machines and sensors
  • …and more!
Zero Trust: Securing the Supply Chain
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  • Chris DeRusha
    Chris DeRusha Federal CISO and Deputy National Cyber Director
  • Filipe Fernandez
    Felipe Fernandez CTO, Fortinet Federal
  • Allan Friedman
    Allan Friedman Senior Advisor and Strategist, CISA
  • Capt. Christina Hicks
    Capt. Christina Hicks Commanding Officer, Cyber Defense Operations Command, Navy
  • David McKeown
    David McKeown Deputy CIO, DOD
  • Brig. Gen. Chad Raduege
    Brig. Gen. Chad Raduege Director, Command, Control, Communications and Computers/Cyber Directorate, and CIO, Headquarters U.S. European Command, Air Force
  • Korie Seville
    Korie Seville Technical Director, Hosting and Compute Center, DISA
  • John Sherman
    John Sherman CIO, DOD
  • Stuart Whitehead
    Stuart Whitehead Deputy Director, Cyber and Command, Control and Computers, DOD
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