WASHINGTON, May 4, 2021 — Applied Insight, a market leader in solving complex technology challenges for federal government customers, announced today it is sponsoring the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s virtual panel discussion: Adoption and Implementation of Zero Trust in Legacy Networks. The session, which will be held on May 6 from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern Time, will feature technology program executives from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, National Security Administration, and U.S. departments of Health and Human Services and State. Pre-registration is required to attend.
“Zero Trust is an important strategy for securing our nation and federal systems against cyber threats, and we appreciate INSA’s leadership in addressing this topic,” said Adam Gruber, CTO of Applied Insight. “Adopting Zero Trust in legacy networks is challenging yet necessary in today’s threat environment. As agencies modernize technical infrastructure to optimize security, reduce costs and improve productivity, our solutions based on Zero Trust principles can safeguard networks and data for remote and on-premises work.”
Gabriel Alix, vice president of intelligence at Applied Insight and a member of INSA’s Zero Trust working group, recently published an article regarding Zero Trust and best practices for agencies that are transitioning from legacy systems titled Legacy Technology? A Virtual Sandbox Can Accelerate Zero Trust. Read now at applied-insight.com/zerotrust.
For additional information, please reach out to email@example.com to see how Zero Trust can support your organization.
Learn more about this INSA event at https://bit.ly/2QYd6lz.
About Applied Insight
At Applied Insight, we deliver pragmatic solutions for federal missions that cannot wait. We work closely with agencies and industry to overcome technical and cultural hurdles to innovation, empowering them with the latest cloud, data and cyber capabilities. Our solutions help people work better, faster and more securely – no matter where they are. To learn more about us, visit applied-insight.com.
Kristina Messner (Focused Image for Applied Insight)