In today's rapidly changing world, government agencies continue to face the relentless challenge of keeping up with the demand of providing access to applications and services for all its users when cyber and nature conspire to tear normal operations apart.
Knowing who a user is, what their relationship is to the organisation, and what they should have access to needs to be at the core of any modern and dynamic security strategy. These principles apply even more so in government where access must be provided to a wide range of users, including employees, contractors, suppliers, other government agencies, and citizens. Modern cloud-based applications are providing the government the ability to deliver better services to public servants and citizens at large.
However, the challenge is the speed, complexity, and tech-debt that legacy and on-premise systems represent in any move to the cloud during the incredible tumult of today's need especially.
Join us on Tuesday 28th April to hear how Robert Stephen, Program Manager - Cyber Security Modernisation, NSW Department of Communities and Justice and Leigh Doddy, Zero Trust Advocate, Okta to address these challenges, as well as:
• Why identity is at the centre of a cloud-first security strategy
• Making impactful decisions with limited resources
• How to increase security posture and improve the user experience at the same time
• Empowering a distributed workforce whilst maintaining control