As our workforce emerges from the pandemic, modern demands for ubiquitous access to networks from unsecure locations lead to challenging new security dilemmas and a rise in the porosity of previously secure network perimeters. Couple this with recent nation state aggressions that have been increasingly preceded and accompanied by significant cyberspace attacks and the stakes escalate even further.

RMCS23 invites Government, Industry, and Academia to join in an exploration of current requirements, best practices, and case studies in the application of zero trust, least privilege, contextual authentication, exception-based security and similar technologies to our current post-pandemic security environment.