Government Innovation Seminar:
Why Network Security Demands Trusted Identity Management
Presented by the 1105 Government Information Group and Juniper Networks
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Recent and vigorous national efforts are underway to improve national cyber security. As a key component to their success, security experts have highlighted the criticality of trusted identity management for government employees and their industry partners. How can public sector professionals truly secure their operations if they cannot be certain who has access to their facilities, networks and data?
Plan to attend this Government Innovations Seminar to learn from subject matter experts about the programs underway to strengthen identity management across public sector organizations. Discussion will focus on the state of identity management across agencies today, where we must move without delay, and the driving factors that mandate priority attention and improvement to identity protection and authentication in civilian and military organizations.
Attendees are encouraged to participate in this interactive program to share strategies and insights on:
- Where identity management fits into the U.S. vision for more robust cyber security
- How the government can and must move from flash pass ID cards to trusted credentials for access to federal buildings and networks
- Challenges to implementing reliable enterprise identity management initiatives, as well as pitfalls to avoid, and opportunities to maximize available technologies
- Current programs to deploy fully compliant HSPD-12 credentials
Register today as space is limited for this FREE seminar. Plan to participate and engage the discussion about Why Network Security Demands Trusted Identity Management.
We look forward to meeting you on July 22.