Federal CIOs recognize the need to develop “zero-trust” networks — designed around the assumption that every user and every session on the network poses a risk for data compromise.
That means finding a way forward, beyond trusted internet connections (TIC) and other perimeter defenses.
Find out how agencies are augmenting their infrastructure, using new generation cloud tools, to easily manage network micro-services to govern user sessions and better protect their networks.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- –How to deploy policy-driven, software-defined security services without replacing your existing infrastructure
- –How to reduce bandwidth consumption and improve TIC and satellite transmission performance by eliminating the need for virtual LAN tunnels
- –How moving to smart-session technology can improve existing network agility and security — and streamline cloud adoption
TIC Program Manager, Office of Cybersecurity & Communications
Mark Bunn currently serves as the program manager for the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) Initiative at DHS, as outlined in OMB Memorandum M-08-05. His focus is to optimize and standardize the security of individual external network connections currently in use by federal agencies, including connections to the Internet. The initiative will improve the federal government’s security posture and incident response capability through the reduction and consolidation of external connections and provide enhanced monitoring and situational awareness of external network connections. He previously served as TIC Program Manager at NASA.
CTO, Global Sales
Don Troshynski is CTO, Global Sales at 128 Technology. Mr. Troshynski works with top enterprises, federal agencies and service providers in the development of network services. He specializes in advanced applications of IP-based session delivery technology using advanced security and routing techniques. Key technology experience includes Secure Vector Routing, network security, NFV, SD WAN and routing architecture, SIP and IMS/VoLTE architecture, mobile evolved packet core, and virtualization/containers across a variety of hypervisors and orchestration platforms.
Mr. Troshynski has a breadth of experience in the networking and telecommunications industry working with SRA International, FORE/Marconi Communications (now Ericsson), Avici Systems, Acme Packet, Oracle Communications, Versa Networks and 128 Technology. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and an MS in Computer Science from George Washington University.
SVP, Content Strategy
Scoop News Group
Wyatt Kash is an accomplished business media executive and award-winning editor and journalist who has been following government IT trends for the past decade in senior leadership roles at InformationWeek Government, AOL Government, Government Computer News and Defense Systems. He joined Scoop News Group in June 2014 as Vice President of Content Strategy, where he heads up the company’s content strategy and editorial product development department.