Accelerate Joint Coalition Interoperability with Zero Trust

Originally aired on Thursday, April 22

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Success in joint coalition interoperability will fundamentally rely on the ability to provide rapid delivery (and recall) of application assets as well as secure application access in both forward and non-forward deployed locations. A key innovative capability involves leveraging modern, API-based application access (such as secure VDI), “zero trust” defense using cloud identity and AI /ML threat data to rapidly and securely present applications to joint mission partners.

Here, zero trust starts with the assumption that nothing can be trusted to be a non-threat. Instead, the identity becomes the basis of the risk assessment and enables mission partners to deliver the right data to the right mission partner. In this session, we'll discuss how defense teams can leverage these tools to reduce risk while enabling agility and speed of the mission.

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George Seffers
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Andrew Whelchel, CISSP-ISSAP, CCSP
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Sami Laine
Director, Technology Strategy