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SAP NS2’s Ted Wagner: Cloud Security Requires Right Mix of People, Processes, Tech

Ted Wagner VP and CISO SAP NS2

Ted Wagner, vice president and chief information security officer at SAP National Security Services, said government agencies should have the right balance of technology, processes and people to ensure that cloud security can better manage cyber threats in the digital landscape. Wagner wrote how SAP NS2 strives to have that balance by taking measures such as adopting machine learning, automation and behavior analytics in security monitoring efforts, attracting the top talent and getting the process right.

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FireEye’s Tom Topping: Threat Intelligence Could Help Agencies Defend Against Most Likely Attackers

Tom Topping, senior director of strategic programs at FireEye (Nasdaq: FEYE), has said threat intelligence and continuous visibility into their networks could allow agencies to focus their efforts and resources on adversaries that are most likely to attack them.

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Zscaler’s Stephen Kovac: Zero-Trust Networking Could Help Agencies Secure Connections Between Users, Apps

Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and compliance at Zscaler (Nasdaq: ZS), has said there are several techniques and tools agencies could use to provide users secure connections to applications wherever they are. Kovac wrote about how zero-trust networking uses encrypted microtunnels and microsegmentation to establish a seamless and trusted connection between users and apps.

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Recorded Future’s Allan Liska: Threat Intelligence, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Address Cyber Risks

Allan Liska, an intelligence analyst at Somerville, Mass.-based network security firm Recorded Future, has said government agencies should leverage threat intelligence to help protect their systems and networks from cyber threats.

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