Zero Trust and the Evolution of Your Agency's Security Architecture

Tuesday, May 8
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Salon B/C

While traditional perimeter-based security models have well-served government agencies and enterprises in the past, these approaches are increasingly losing their effectiveness when applied to modern workloads and topologies. As applications shift out of the data center and into the cloud, and employees, partners and contractors shift from dedicated offices to remote access in homes and coffeehouses, the perimeter itself is dissolving.

Patrick Sullivan, CISSP, GWAPT, GSLC, GCIH

Global Director Security Strategy
Akamai

Patrick is Akamai’s Global Director of Security Strategy. In his 12 years at Akamai, Patrick has held a number of leadership positions including leading the Enterprise Security Architect team. Patrick and his team work with customers when they come under attack and designs security architectures to protect them from threats. In the course of helping to fend off so many attacks, he has gained unique visibility into attacks targeting many of the top Enterprises. Patrick holds a variety of security certifications including CISSP, GSLC, GCIH, and GWAPT. Patrick holds an Electrical Engineering degree from Virginia Tech and holds a graduate degree from George Mason University and a Graduate Certificate from Stanford University.

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