You may have heard that identity is the new security perimeter. You might even think that moving to the cloud allows you to leave behind your traditional network security, hoping that your users and assets will be safe as long as you trust no one and authenticate each user. That would be a big mistake, and you will still be at a high level of risk!
Remote is our new reality. Large tech companies like Twitter, Slack, and Facebook have made headlines for offering permanent work-from-home, and many others have moved back their targets for returning to offices to Summer 2021. It’s time for cybersecurity decision makers to embrace the New Networking Normal and make sure that WFH, in-office, and hybrid workers are part of your security strategy.
Brad Rhodes has over 23 years of experience in cybersecurity with leadership roles in the federal, commercial, and military spaces. He holds multiple certifications and serves as an affiliate professor at Regis University. Dedicated to developing the next generation of cyber professionals, he coaches a CyberPatriot team and is a frequent speaker and mentor to transitioning military members.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – that’s the message from Travis Rosiek, the Chief Technology and Strategy Officer of BluVector in a new blog post summarizing the state of organizational cybersecurity.
Paul Shaver is a US Navy veteran whose path to cybersecurity began in the Navy. Since leaving the Navy, he has served in a variety of roles, leading teams while focusing on automation and critical infrastructure security.
Michael Smith is an Army veteran who served as a Russian Linguist on active duty and infantryman in the National Guard. He’s a senior information security manager and technologist with over 25 years of experience in the IT security and intelligence fields.
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