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Jan 10th at
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am  ET
5:00 pm CET | 4:00 pm GMT

Host:

Speakers:

Tony D'angelo
Vice President, Public Sector, Lookout
Deb Snyder
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

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Speakers:

Tony D'angelo
Vice President, Public Sector, Lookout
Deb Snyder
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

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5 Best Practices for Achieving Zero Trust

The cybersecurity threat landscape is shifting rapidly. More than 400 ransomware attacks have hit city and county governments in the United States since 2016, crippling vital government services for weeks at a time. Those are only the publicly reported instances – the actual number is likely exponentially higher, and these attacks are growing increasingly sophisticated. 

View this on-demand webinar to learn best practices and key learnings you need to know to embrace Zero Trust in state and local government.

Host:

Speakers:

Tony D'angelo
Vice President, Public Sector, Lookout
Deb Snyder
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

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