The Importance of Trustless Security Systems

The first episode of The Future of Data Management Strategy podcast series

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The recent shift to cloud computing has become a major asset for government agencies, proven to be cost-effective, increase workflow flexibility and reduce strain on IT departments. However, as more data and operations move from data centers to the cloud, there are also inherent security risks. Now more than ever, agencies must deploy tools and technologies built to enable trustless architecture to protect mission-critical assets.

In this episode of the Future of Federal Data Strategy podcast series, host Camille Tuutti speaks with chief technology advisor for public sector cybersecurity at World Wide Technology, Paul Cunningham and Marisol Cruz Cain, director of information technology and cybersecurity at the Government Accountability Office to discuss the security obstacles agencies face with cloud and how they can stand up the architecture needed to inject trustless security models into operations.  

Listen to their conversation by clicking on the full podcast episode below. And be sure to download and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or SoundCloud to take The Importance of Trustless Systems with you on your favorite device.

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