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Military cybersecurity assessments are hard to prepare for. Agencies need a way to prepare for these assessments and implement remediation efforts after receiving the findings report.
Forescout is hosting a workshop to review best practices in preparing for military assessments, led by Tamer Baker, Principal Systems Engineer. Tamer has years of experience preparing for assessments in the U.S. military — formerly he was a network engineer for a few Department of Defense (DoD) and non-DoD government agencies. He now applies his experience toward assisting state departments with compliance readiness and strengthening their security programs.
Join us on June 11 to learn about best practices in assessment preparation and how states are increasing compliance scores.
About the Presenter:
Tamer Baker, Principal Systems Engineer of Americas | Global Public Sector at ForeScout Technologies, Inc.
Spanning a 10-year career as an accomplished and well-respected Information Security professional, Tamer Baker is a trusted advisor to Forescout’s customers since his days as a customer starting from 2011 and joining the Forescout team in 2014. He is sought after for his expertise in solving business needs and architecting solutions to meet customer requirements that span the breadth of various cross-functional business-technology challenges. Tamer has extensive experience in compliance, inspections and audits for dozens of regulations/mandates/controls and is continually helping customers with automated preparation, remediation and reporting to exceptionally pass inspections and meet these requirements. Tamer holds a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is a former officer in the United States Air Force.