No Perimeter, No Problem: Crypto-Strategy for a Zero-Trust Future

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Digital transformation has rendered network perimeters obsolete. Moat-based security architecture has been proven to have several more chinks in its armor than previously estimated.

Digital transformation has resulted in new tech such as the IoT, cloud tech and enterprise mobility proliferating, maximizing the attack surface and making networks more vulnerable. Given that most of these technologies intercommunicate (thereby eliminating the concept of perimeters), all data needs to be encrypted in transit, and also while it is at rest. This points towards the concept of zero-trust security. 

By protecting data where it resides, or while it is in transit, security teams can ensure that the perimeter begins with the data itself – and in order to achieve this, businesses need an effective cryptographic strategy.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss encryption strategy and explore how organizations can execute, monitor and track it in an enterprise environment.

Key Takeaways:

  • The relationship between perimeters and zero-trust security
  • The role of cryptography in 2021
  • How to define and enforce effective crypto-strategies


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Professor Bill Buchanan

Professor of Cryptography, Edinburgh Napier University

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Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Joseph Neumann

Director, Coalfire

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Muralidharan Palanisamy

Chief Solutions Officer, AppViewX

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