On January 19, 2022, the White House issued National Security Memorandum 8 (NSM) to improve the cybersecurity of National Security, Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community Systems. The memorandum requires National Security Systems to employ network cybersecurity measures equal to or greater than those required of federal civilian networks in Executive Order 14028, issued in May 2021.
The NSM builds on several parts of the EO, including adoption of a zero trust architecture and securing cloud services. Agencies covered by the NSM have 180 days to implement multifactor authentication and encryption of data at rest and in transit.
Join us as thought leaders from government and industry discuss how multifactor authentication and encryption of data provide the foundation for meeting zero trust and secure cloud requirements.
This webinar with hosted by FedInsider, Thales TCT and Carahsoft.
| Eric Sanders
Chief Information Security Officer,
Office of Intelligence and Analysis,DHS
| Matthew Riddle
Deputy Chief Information Officer
for Cybersecurity and Operations,CIA
| Gina Scinta
Deputy Chief Technology Officer,Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies
| Michael Kennedy
Moderator & Senior National
Intelligence Service Officer (ret.)