Zero Trust: From Vision to Execution
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Today’s working environment is smart, connected and complex. Organizations struggle to provide employees and contractors with efficient, fast and secure access, while dealing with security challenges and budget constraints.
The zero-trust model aims to ensure no trust is given to any entity inside or outside of the perimeter, at any time and that no transitive trust is allowed. Organizations are required to secure, manage and monitor every device, user, app and network used to access business data.
In this session, we take you through a zero-trust journey and review how to implement zero-trust to ensure secure connectivity for the following three use cases:
- Working from Home (WFH) - securely connecting remote employees, using managed or unmanaged devices, to the organization’s applications and servers, to ensure business continuity with a remote workforce.
- Suppliers/Third Party Access – ensure secure external access of a logistic supplier using an unmanaged device, with explicit real-time approval from someone within the organization, granting specific access
- Privileged Access Management (PAM) – secure access from within the network only, for specific devices, no servers’ passwords required, with biometric authentication and recording for supervision.