Zero Trust (ZT), a rather simple and powerful approach to cybersecurity, is built on the idea of "trust no one and always verify". Since its inception over 10 years ago, the ZT concept has evolved and matured, and, under the impulse of some recent security breaches as well as government policy changes (i.e. US executive order), it got to the attention of the wider audience.
In this presentation, Daniele Catteddu, CTO at the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), will provide an introduction to the key principles, tenants, and components of the ZT approach. Daniele will discuss the key steps for the creation of a ZT strategy, and present the CSA's work in the areas, namely the Software-Defined Perimeter body of knowledge and the ongoing development of a Zero Trust Architecture training program.