CISO Perspectives: Zero Trust, Secure Access, and What’s Next

Hearing the zero trust signal through the zero trust noise

Workloads have moved beyond physical corporate networks & traditional perimeter defenses. Many organizations now have plans to continue at least some form of remote work longer term. Endpoint threat vector matrices are thus a key focus, no matter how much chatter has been dedicated to zero trust.

This webinar will take place on:
August 12, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Organizations rallied to enable secure remote access for employees, contractors, and 3rd parties in the early days of COVID.  Now, CISOs, architects, network, security, and cloud teams are looking to next steps to advance productivity, compliance, and security. 

Join Mike Riemer, Chief Architect at Pulse Secure and Tom Mustac, ABD - DIA, MBA, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CRISC and Senior Director Biomedical Cyber Security at Mount Sinai Health System to learn about recent trends as organizations look to implement Zero Trust to streamline access for workforces.

Discussion points include:

  • What CISOs learned during the initial response to COVID
  • How to blend compliance and security while preserving a seamless user experience
  • What tools and technologies can help to minimize data breaches
  • How analytics can take security from data to information


Tom Mustac
Senior Director Biomedical Cybersecurity – CISA, CISM, CRISC, CISSP
Mount Sinai Health System

Information Security Professional with hybrid experience across multiple critical infrastructure sectors emphasizing years of experience in implementing enterprise solutions to meet business requirements of security, resiliency, and profitability. Currently serving as the Senior Director of Biomedical Cybersecurity at a major hospital system in NYC. Additionally serving as the President of the NYM InfraGard Members Alliance.

Mike Riemer
Global Chief Security Architect
Pulse Secure

Michael Riemer has over 36 years of IT and IT Security experience. He is a Certified Instructor on Firewall/Virtual Private Networking, Intrusion Detection/Prevention, SSL/VPN and Network Access Control disciplines. Michael’s IT experiences include, Remote Access Security, Network Access Control, Security Assessments, Penetration Testing, Security Awareness Program Development, Desktop Support Services, Project Management, Computer Operations Instruction, Directory Services Management, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning, HIPPA, FDIC, Sarbanes-Oxley, and PCI-DSS compliance, as well as thousands of hours of hands-on implementation and trouble-shooting experience.

Having been employed by Juniper Networks for over 10 years, and now with Pulse Secure for the last 5 years, Michael holds the position of Global Chief Security Architect. He is deeply knowledgeable on all products in the Pulse Secure product portfolio with over 15,000 designs and installs to his credit. 

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