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Beltway Black Box Series: Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA)

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The first episode of the Beltway Black Box series was a timely conversation on whether zero trust thinking represents a breakthrough in cyber-security, the hidden risks associated with it and how it is likely to impact companies and the government. Participating were an exceptional group of experts including:
  • Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder of CrowdStrike and Executive Chairman of the Silverado Policy Accelerator;
  • Chase Cunningham, Chief Strategy Officer at Ericom Software;
  • Juliette Kayyem, Chair of the Homeland Security and Security and Global Health Projects at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government;
  • and David Sanger, Author of The Perfect Weapon and White House and National Security correspondent at the New York Times.

The conversation covers the genesis of Zero Trust Architecture adoption following cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure and the Biden Administration and congressional response to this change in security paradigm. The experts define ZTA in practical terms, frankly assess implementation hurdles in the private sector – including early adopter vs. laggard industries – and give actionable advice for private business and policy makers.

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