Building A Zero-Trust Roadmap


When it comes to cybersecurity nowadays, there’s really only one strategy that’s truly airtight, and that’s “zero trust.” To keep out any and all unwanted intrusions, your IT infrastructure must trust no one, and authenticate everyone. How can your organization establish a zero-trust approach to security? Join Andrew Reese, Zones’ cybersecurity practice head, for a breakout discussion that will explore that topic, alongside our partners from Infotech.

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Speaker: Andrew Reese

Position: Practice Head – Cybersecurity, Zones

Background: Andrew is a security and compliance subject matter expert with extensive hands-on experience measuring, assessing, designing, implementing, improving, and managing information security management systems (ISMS) as well as cybersecurity programs. He is well versed in aligning organizational controls with legal, regulatory, and contractual requirements as well as business goals and objectives. Andrew also has consulting experience working with hundreds of organizations of all sizes and verticals, using industry best practices.

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Speaker: Ida Siahaan

Position: Research Director, Info-Tech Research Group

Background: With a Doctorate in Computer Science, Ida Siahaan has led multiple cybersecurity research teams to review, design, implement, and supervise Operational Technology, including Smart Grid Security, Threat Intelligence, and SIEM. Ida has contributed to several research projects funded by European Union to research on Security and Services for Mobile Systems, Threat Intelligence, and Privacy Policies.