2019 Seattle Symposium
How to Implement Zero Trust in Your Organization

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Thursday, October 17, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sheraton Grand Seattle, Seattle, WA

Zero Trust has become a vendor buzzword, but security organizations have much to learn about what it is and how to apply it in their specialized environments.

In this 5-hour symposium, IANS Faculty member Jake Williams will explain how to better understand Zero Trust and implement a program that works. He will cover how to:

  • Properly define Zero Trust
  • Get past the difficulties of implementing it
  • Understand how the 80/20 rule applies
  • Deploy limited resources for quick wins
  • Establish choke points and monitoring
  • Reduce the chances for breaches
  • Reinforce customer trust through security and privacy
  • Isolate sensitive data and intellectual property
  • Accelerate threat investigations
  • Strengthen the company’s reputation


This symposium is designed for:
  • Technical CISOs and those they manage
  • Security architects and those they manage

This event is for IANS clients and invited guests — there is no vendor sponsorship or presence.

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2019 Seattle Symposium Facilitators


Jake Williams

IANS Faculty
Jake Williams, the founder of Rendition Infosec, has almost two decades of experience in secure network design, penetration testing, incident response, forensics and malware reverse engineering. Prior to founding Rendition Infosec, Williams worked with various government agencies in information security and CNO roles. He also works with SANS where he teaches and authors courses in Malware Reverse Engineering, Memory Forensics, Cyber Threat Intelligence, and Advanced Exploit Development. He is the two-time victor of the annual DC3 Forensics Challenge. He has spoken at Blackhat, DEFCON, Shmoocon, CEIC, RSA, EnFuse, and DC3 Conference (among others). His research areas include automating incident response throughout the enterprise, threat modeling and analysis, binary analysis, and malware C2. The primary focus of his work is increasing enterprise security by presenting complex topics in a way that anyone can understand.

Sheraton Grand Seattle

1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, Washington | Room: Columbia

Attendee Qualification

This Symposium is produced by IANS, which reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to limit or deny access to the Symposium to any entity or individual. IANS’ receipt of a registration application does not constitute acceptance. Individuals from Information Security Solution Providers (software, hardware, and consulting companies) are not eligible to attend. Symposiums are open to IANS clients that are Credential Holders and qualified Information Security Practitioners identified by IANS.

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