November 30-December 2, 2021

Access to digital information has become critical for nearly every organization. Meanwhile, the modern workplace has created a new access and authentication environment – built on increased cloud adoption and the use of personal devices. These changes have ushered in a new era of innovation and modernized agency operations, but they’ve also created cybersecurity challenges tied to a growing threat landscape. As more data is being accessed and stored outside traditional business borders – across endpoints, clouds and apps – agency leaders must maintain a real-time understanding of who has access to their systems and how those systems are managed. “iD.gov: The 2021 Government Identity Security Summit” will feature public sector leaders from federal, defense, state, local, and education backgrounds who work to ensure a secure enterprise in hybrid environments. We’ll explore how public and private workforces are pursuing security, cloud operations, teleworking, and identity governance in 2021 and beyond.

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After completing this course, you will be able to: Name two ways the City of Boston transformed their identity program, name the five pillars of the zero trust maturity model, and name two ways to identify & protect High Value Assets.

To register for this session, enter your information here. If you have any questions about how to register, please contact Mary at mcallihan@govexec.com. If you would like to indicate interest in receiving CPE credit, please contact Mary at mcallihan@govexec.com. In order to receive full credit, you must attend for at least 50 minutes and respond to three engagement checkpoints per 50 minutes of programming.

Participants will earn up to 9.0 CPE credits in Information Technology. Participants will earn 1 CPE credit for each 50 minutes of participation, as long as they engage with three engagement checkpoints per 50 minutes.

In order to receive CPE credit, you will need to attend the program for at least 50 minutes and respond to any interactive questions. You will earn one credit for every 50 minutes of programming you attend.

Field of study: Information Technology

Additional Information Prerequisites: None

Who Should Attend: Government employees, contractors and anyone else who is interested in learning about security, cloud operations, teleworking, and identity governance.

Advance preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery method: Group Internet-Based

Refunds, Complaints and Cancellations: This program is free to attend. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint, program cancellation or refund policies, please contact Mary at mcallihan@govexec.com.