Learn How a Virtual Networking Approach Can Strengthen the Security of Federal Networks

Live Date: July 11, 2017 @ 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

There’s no shortage of cybersecurity initiatives and tools created to secure federal agencies. The recent Executive Order is just one example of the regulations that aim to improve security by reducing attack surface. But the rise in high-profile breaches, like those at OPM and on the Democratic National Committee, begs the question: Is it all working?

The need for network visibility and segmentation/isolation has become increasingly apparent to security professionals and regulators alike. If you are interested in learning new strategies on how government agencies are protecting themselves from cyberthreats join eWeek’s Sean Michael Kerner and VMware’s Matt Schneider on July 11th.

Attendees of the event will:

  • Hear Sean and Matt discuss how NSX provides a solution for agencies and department to QUICKLY implement many of the key characteristics required in the NIST framework
  • Better understand how VMware is uniquely positioned to help its customers identify, protect and respond to Cybersecurity threats directed towards Federal Networks
  • Have the opportunity to ask questions related to the software-defined approach to network security for federal agencies.

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