A ZTNA Discussion with Forrester Senior Analyst David Holmes

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David Holmes, Forrester Sr Analyst; Peter Newton, Fortinet Sr. Dir. Products and Solutions

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An overview of trends, architectures, adoptions, recommendations. Since 2009, when Forrester developed the Zero Trust model, it has been widely accepted and adopted by cybersecurity professionals. The core principles of Zero Trust are: - All networks are untrusted - Least privilege access must be enforced - Assume there’s a breach and inspect/monitor everything Join us for a deep dive into the next wave of Zero Trust solutions—ideal for the WFA workforce— with cybersecurity industry experts David Holmes of Forrester and Peter Newton of Fortinet.

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