Zero Trust in Practice: Why Identity Drives Next-Gen Access

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Zero Trust is quickly becoming the dominant security model for the cloud, shifting the perimeter from the network to the people and devices that make up a modern workforce.

Traditional enterprise security models were built on an assumption that everything inside the network – whether its devices or people – is trustworthy. However, the evolution of attack sophistication and the proliferation of BYOD has brought greater risk, which means that newer, more holistic measures must be taken to ensure security across the business.

Zero Trust can be used to effectively secure modern organizations from a variety of threats.

However, implementing an effective zero trust approach is not without its challenges, and for a model with many moving parts, the immediate question is: where to start?

This session will explore:

  • How to effectively manage a successful Zero Trust strategy
  • The full zero trust reference architecture and steps to get there
  • Why identity is the foundational layer to build contextual access controls from

Speakers

Tim  Holman

CEO, 2|SEC Consulting

    James  Reeder

    Technical Director, Distology

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