Winning the Zero Trust Race with Micro-Segmentation

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In the modern, hyper-connected and threat-laden enterprise landscape, organizations face increasing pressure to protect their systems and data.

Originally conceived in 2010, the zero trust security concept has recently gained new ground and is now seen as a vital element of enterprise information security. It is a model that aids user and device verification, strengthens authentication processes and ensures encryption.

However, zero trust is not without its challenges, and mastering the art of zero trust takes strategic management and forethought.

In this webinar, we will explore the concept of zero trust, assess why it is needed in the modern enterprise and outline how micro-segmentation can help win the zero trust race for organizations.

Key takeaways:

  • Why there is a need for zero trust
  • The challenges of implementing zero trust
  • The four high-level principles of zero trust
  • How micro-segmentation can help you prepare for, implement and manage zero trust in your organization

Speakers

Dave Klein

Senior Director of Engineering & Architecture, Guardicore

Adrian Sanabria

Security Researcher

Brian  Walter

Healthcare Cybersecurity Engineer

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