Zero Trust Architecture
February 20, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm HST
Zero Trust Architecture Live Demo – Rob Chee from Iron Bow
The (ISC)² Hawaii Chapter is excited to announce Rob Chee from Iron Bow presenting at this month’s ISC2 Chapter Meeting on February 20th, 5:30pm-7:00pm at Hokulani Community Center. During this meeting, Rob will cover Zero Trust Architecture and innovative new applications that are reducing the time to meet mission objectives. Users are accessing these cloud and on-premise applications from multiple devices at an increasing rate. Traditional security controls alone are not sufficient to address the increased attack surface introduced by these innovations. Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) was created to address this challenge. This talk provides an overview of ZTA, prerequisites for an implementation, ZTA solutions, and migration strategies.
Also, please consider becoming a chapter member and joining Hawaii’s cybersecurity professionals, students, enthusiasts that are making a difference—Hawaii’s chapter is now over 100 members strong—sign up HERE!
PLEASE NOTE: Meeting venue has changed from Navy League to Hokulani Community Center (google map), which is located just off Kamehameha Highway approx one mile towards the airport.
Members and Non-Members. FREE for this February meeting
Registration required. Certified (ISC)² professional members receive one (1) continuing professional education (CPE) credit for one (1) hour of attendance.
Light dinner and refreshments provided. Free parking at the Hokulani Community Center.
About our speaker:
Rob Chee is a Technical Director, Cyber Security Practicioner, and CCIE (Security/RS). Rob has over 25 years of experience in both security and networking. His past experience includes supporting implementations and pre-sales which gives him the required insight to recommend and design operationally feasible cybersecurity solutions that meet business requirements.