Advances in technologies and the convergence of IT/IoT/OT/IoMT have introduced a more integrated, efficient and complex working and living environment. These enhancements are being adopted by government agencies more and more - the way that we interact with public agencies has changed, and will continue to change. But these conveniences also introduce a new era of vulnerabilities that were unheard of just a few years ago.
Are government agencies equipped to defend against possible threats? How are these entities protecting our data, across devices? We'll discuss real-life examples of threat trends and concerned sectors, and ways that we can support the public sector in limiting vulnerabilities.
Speaker: Tom Guarente, Vice President, External & Government Affairs, Armis
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