Holiday Lunch and Learn

Presented by: Jim Anderson

Towards the end of the Cold War, Ronald Reagan quoted an old Russian proverb, “doveryai, no proveryai” or “trust, but verify” with regards to arms reduction. This principle can be applied to cyber security, but leaves malicious actors with a window of opportunity to act prior to verification.

More recently Forrester and NIST proposed a Zero Trust model that prevents malicious actors from operating, but true zero trust is costly to implement and impacts agility. A new model of qualified trust allows processes to run under containment rules, then either release the process from containment or terminates the process based on the results of verification. This model provides both agility and security.

Join us for lunch and to hear more from Intel’s Jim Anderson at our annual Herjavec Group & Intel’s Holiday Lunch and Learn at The Red Lion Public House, November 23rd, 2016

Wednesday November 23rd, 2016

The Red Lion Public House
The Royal Room
47 Clarence St.
Ottawa, Ontario

11:30 AM – 2:00 PM

RSVP by November 16, 2016


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