INFRA: Defense In-Depth and Pinpointing Criticalities
When: Oct. 6, 2021, 2:55 PM ET
- [Moderator] Valerie Cofield, Chief of Strategy, Policy, and Plans, CISA
- Tatyana Bolton, Policy Director, Emerging Threats, R Street Institute
- Karen Evans, Former CIO, DHS, Partner, KE&T Partners
- Stephanie Domas, Director of Security Strategy and Communications, Intel
Ransomware and other critical security failures have more recently taken to disrupting critical infrastructure, such as airports, highways hospitals, media, electricity grids, water systems and more, , dams, power plants, seaports, oil refineries, and water systems. Pinpointing criticalities with a Defense In-Depth approach will consider robust architecture, analysis, technology and open architecture in the solution. It will also serve in identifying strategies to protect critical infrastructure, the backbone of any nation.
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