TechNet Cyber Supporting Partner Opportunities

Stand Out in the Crowd! If branding, lead generation and market visibility are important to your organization, the supporting partner opportunities available at TechNet Cyber 2024 are exactly what you need. This event attracts over 4,000 cyber security professionals, who want to see the leading industry solutions, and take part in networking and business building opportunities.

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Deadline to purchase a Supporting Partnership is May 22nd.

Thought Leadership

Aqua - Booth #3213

Implementing Zero Trust for Enhanced Security

Zero Trust is a critical security model that ensures no user, device, application, or network traffic is inherently trusted. Instead, every access request must be authenticated and authorized. This approach is especially crucial for federal agencies and organizations handling sensitive data. Equip your organization with the knowledge and tools needed to operationalize Zero Trust and secure your containerized environments.

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Comcast Business - Booth #3138

4 Steps to Federal Network Modernization

Network modernization can seem like an expensive, arduous process for federal agencies, making it tempting to put off to a later date. While it might feel easier to focus on maintaining processes and tools that are working well enough now, the consequences of neglecting modernization are significant. Maintaining legacy infrastructure can become expensive and complicated, and can make it more difficult to increase efficiency, help protect sensitive data and achieve broader IT modernization plans.

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IBM - Booth #3141

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Easily deploy and embed AI across your organization, manage all data sources, and accelerate responsible AI workflows—all on one platform. Foundation models make it possible to fine tune AI to an agencies unique data and domain knowledge with a specificity that was previously impossible.

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Lumen - Booth #2611

Navigating Challenge, Seizing Opportunity The State of Zero Trust in Federal and State and Local Government

Complete Zero Trust adoption is a journey — one with a constantly evolving landscape. For example, in 2021 when the first version of the CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) Zero Trust Maturity Model came out, AI was just beginning to enter in the discussions. That has changed. Not only is AI now a focus of virtually all federal IT discussions, some agencies are already looking toward Quantum computing. These days, Zero Trust can feel like yesterday’s news.

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NetScout - Booth #3166

Combining NetOps and SecOps into Risk Engineering Holistic, Network Data-Driven Risk Management

Organizations are finding that managing their networks, software infrastructure, and cybersecurity separately are leading to inefficiencies, cost overruns, and excess risk. Bringing these efforts together, however, leads to an alphabet soup of combined efforts, including NetOps, SecOps, DevOps, and others. To achieve effective collaboration requires a formal approach to managing risk across these different team efforts. Risk Engineering the most important role of the NetSecOps team brings these efforts together.

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