Zero Trust, CARTA, CSF, RMF, and CJIS! OMG, How Can I Address All of These?
Thursday, December 12
12:45 pm – 1:45 pm
Keep it Safe
Cybersecurity Solutions Lead – US Public Sector CTO Office, Herndon
You may have heard all of these as buzz words, you may have been asked about them, or you may be digging into some or all of these topics in more depth. But why are they important and how can you address them with your limited time and resources?
This engaging session provides an overview of all of these topics and more. It shows how they all are efforts to guide organizations as they protect against modern cybersecurity threats. It shows how a modern information platform can enable Cybersecurity Excellence without busting the budget or throwing out your current investment. “Cybersecurity Excellence” means finding a way to both efficiently and effectively manage cyber risks. It means asking the right questions and focusing investments in the security controls that matter most. It means successfully defending critical systems and sensitive information despite persistent threats, ongoing talent shortages, and ever-present budget constraints.
Don’t run away from these topics, come learn how to use them to your advantage to make sure your organization is secure and relieve some of the drudgery of keeping it that way.
- Stop being afraid of Zero Trust, CARTA, CSF, RMF, CIS, CJIS, and other best practices.
- See how using one or some of these can help achieve your Cybersecurity goals.
- Learn how a methodical, architectural security approach can make protecting your organization easier.
About GTS Educational Events
If you are a nonprofit or public sector group looking to create a conference, workshop or educational event with impact, look to GTS. We believe educational events are successful when participants learn and grow and then return to their organizations and communities to make them stronger. We look forward to continuing our work with the broad spectrum of organizations striving to make a difference for the people and communities they serve.
Alex Hepp, City of Hopkins
Bill Bleckwehl, Cisco
Dave Andrews, DEED
Jay Wyant, Minnesota IT Services
Jim Hall, Ramsey County
Matt Bailey, IBM
Melissa Reeder, League of Minnesota Cities
Nathan Beran, City of New Ulm
Sue Wallace, IT Futures Foundation
Lisa Meredith, Minnesota Counties Computer Cooperative
Justin Kaufman, Minnesota IT Services
Renee Heinbuch, Washington County/MNCITLA
Jerine Rosato, Ramsey County
David Berthiaume, Minnesota IT Services
Cory Tramm, Sourcewell Tech
Tomas Alvarez, Federal Reserve
Tom Ammons, MN.IT – Central
Dave Andrews, MN State Services for the Blind
Susan Bousquet, MN.IT – DOT
Robert Granvin, Metro State
Alex Hepp, City of Hopkins
Shawntan Howell, Ramsey County
Jenny Johnson, Metropolitan Council
Millicent Kasal, MN.IT – Central
Ping Li, MN.IT – MMB
Chibuzor Nnaji, MN.IT – DHS
Mehrdad Shabestari, MN.IT – Central