Local Government Up-levels Elections Security Posture with Microsegmentation

Local Government Up-levels Elections Security Posture with Microsegmentation

This session is from Zenith Live 2020:

Legacy “castle-and-moat” security approaches aim to defend an organization’s network perimeter. But when a metaphorical moat is breached, a threat actor can move with impunity inside the castle. This “east/west” threat – a hacker’s ability to attack other systems attached to a compromised network – can be extremely costly to public-sector agencies tasked with protecting the people’s data. To combat it, Zscaler offers Zero Trust identity-based workload protection, a means of segmenting direct data traffic between user and application, and an essential tool for securing the new way of work. In this session, Dr. Rahul Patel, CISO, Cook County Clerk’s Office & Chicago Board of Elections, shares how he mitigated risk and improved public-elections security for the greater Chicagoland area with Zscaler Workload Segmentation.

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