• Mark DuPont

Maritime Security Resilience: Learn Why Zero Trust Connectivity is Critical

Wednesday, June 24, 2PM EDT — Mark your calendar!


Maritime is an essential component of our global transportation critical infrastructure, including national defense and commerce. From shipping to port operations, transportation digital connections and edge/end-point devices (e.g. internet of things (“IoT”)) are increasing the cyber-attack surface. And in this pandemic period, the attack surface increases even more with our exponentially growing remote connections.

So what do we do? How does an organization shrink the attack surface by simplifying the connection process to all applications (set it up in less than 15 minutes), while reducing overhead… and do it with a low cost of entry?

The NMLEA, in partnership with the Maritime & Port Security ISAO will be presenting a webinar that discusses how an agile, reliable, secure and simple solution can be applied to your port environment… at no cost. That’s right. As part of the partnership forged by the NMLEA and the Maritime & Port Security ISAO, and as contribution to our maritime stakeholders, learn how a Zero Trust network can be up and running in as little as 15 minutes, at no cost through July 2020.

Register for this free webinar by clicking here, and learn how you can have a Zero Trust Network set up in your port-ecosystem, for free!

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