Breakout Session

Building a Zero Trust Network Architecture

Breakout Session V
Friday 8:20am-9:15am


Abstract:

In today’s security environment, can we truly define ‘trusted’ and ‘untrusted’ devices, networks or users? What we are hearing from manufacturers, industry analysts and customers is a resounding NO. The security community is responding by creating Zero Trust Network Architectures that build security in by default. Please join DynTek’s Managing Director of Security, Brian Gancherov, for a candid discussion on the strategies and solutions, such as Network Segmentation Gateways, needed to achieve the default defense in depth required to achieve optimal security and compliance to stop today’s internal and external threats. We will also discuss strategies and methods to assess your organizational security based on the recently release Whitehouse CyberSecurity Framework. As an added bonus, Brian will also discuss McAfee’s Online Safety for Kids program – a complimentary program where DynTek and McAfee volunteers help children recognize and avoid online risks to stay safe and have positive experiences online and tell you how your school can get involved.

Bio:
Brian Gancherov is the Managing Director of the Security Practice at DynTek. He resides on the VAR Board for McAfee as well as the advisory council for several other key technology partners. Brian has won the McAfee Community Service award two years in a row and delivers Online Safety for Kids training with students nationally at no cost to the schools and/or organizations. Brian also has over 20 years of experience in the IT Security field working with clients from 500 to 100,000 users. He is a regular speaker at various IT events on topics such as Next Generation Threats, Cloud Computing and Zero Trust Networking. His specialties include System Security and Configuration Management, Network Security, Security Analytics and Data Loss Prevention.