2021: The Year Zero Trust Overtakes VPN?

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The year of 2020 shined a light on many of the shortfalls of VPNs. The increase in remote work led to challenges with scale, impacted user experience and even drew the eyes of threat actors.

VPN exploits rose to an all-time high through social engineered (i.e. Twitter) and ransomware attacks (i.e. NetWalker, REvil and Maze ransomware). Research shows that, now, nearly 70% of network and security leaders are looking to embrace zero-trust alternatives to traditional VPN.

In this webinar, a panel of security experts will explore why organizations should be rethinking their use of VPN this year and how they can shift to an identity, device and policy-based mindset to protect their crown jewel applications.

Key takeaways:

  •  The vulnerabilities of VPNs in 2021
  • Why a zero-trust approach is critical in securing modern working environments
  • How to implement an effective identity, device and policy-based security strategy


Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Nathan Howe

Vice president of emerging technologies, Zscaler

    Joseph Neumann

    Director, Coalfire

      Tee Patel

      COO, Iron Oak Security & vCISO

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