Even as the world continues to change, our network security models have struggled to keep pace. Cloud mobility is a paramount security project, but the perimeter security model is showing its age and having difficulty in the new cloud world order.
We spend millions on complex perimeter and address-focused technologies, but ever-worsening breaches continue to make the headlines year after year. The zero trust model aims to resolve that conflict.
Zero trust networks are built with security at the forefront, creating policies using software and user identities, rather than spoofable IP addresses. By shifting the identifiers from addresses to software and user signatures, zero trust networks can protect public cloud workloads and on-premises applications with the same ease and flexibility.
Doug and Evan will discuss the origins of and philosophy behind the zero trust networking model, why it's needed in today's network security landscape and how it can simplify workload protection.