Chase Cunningham, Principal Analyst, Risk & Security, Forrester and Matt Dean, Vice President, Product Strategy, FireMon
Adopting a Zero Trust model means taking the first steps to redesigning your network in order to strengthen data security, detection, and response.
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In such an ecosystem, it can no longer be about just writing security rules. Instead, enterprises must adopt a method of security intent and separate that desired goal of security from the specific implementation.
This hierarchy allows you to set a single global policy that’s applied to any network resource with all its defining attributes – regardless of mutations in the network.
At the same time, you can reduce the number of access requests that need to be managed manually and automatically ensure real-time compliance. And even more, business intent can be fully in line with security policy controlled at speed and scale.
At most hybrid enterprises right now, these aren't realities -- but they can be, and that's where network security is headed.
Join our guest, Forrester's Chase Cunningham, with FireMon's Vice President, Product Strategy at FireMon, Matt Dean for a look at the future of network security, which will ultimately enable each business team to fully own their security policies.