In 2021, the White House issued an Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity. The US Government has recognized that network security challenges have significantly increased as users have become more decentralized, new IoT devices have flooded the network and attacks have become more sophisticated and persistent. Traditional security approaches that focused primarily on the perimeter of the network have become ineffective as a primary security strategy.

Now more than ever, modern network security must accommodate an ever-changing, diverse set of users and devices, as well as much more potent threats targeting previously “trusted” parts of the network infrastructure.

Join Miles Davis, Senior Director of Global Solutions & Barry Kroneberger, Systems Engineering Director for Aruba Federal, on Thursday May 5th for a discussion about how Aruba networking solutions support the NIST Zero Trust security framework and the US Department of Defense Comply-to-Connect standard.


Miles Davis
Senior Director of Global Solutions, Aruba

Barry Kroneberger
Systems Engineering Director - US Federal, Aruba

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