“Trust is always a vulnerability in a digital system,” - John Kindervag, Founder of Zero Trust and Field CTO at Palo Alto Networks
Much has been written about the topic of Zero Trust. Is it a security buzz word or a true effective security strategy?
High-profile breaches involving “trusted” insiders have given industry-wide visibility to the fact that trust represents a vulnerability for digital systems. It’s something malicious actors can and do exploit for their advantage.
Zero Trust was first introduced around the principles of “never trust, always verify” as a means for enterprises to implement effective network segmentation. As the model has been embraced, Zero Trust evolved to become a strategic Cybersecurity initiative that major enterprises align to in order to prevent successful cyberattacks.
Watch as our Palo Alto Networks® expert John Kindervag discusses the “whys and hows” of building a Zero Trust architecture. In this webcast, you will:
• Learn specific outcomes of implementing a Zero Trust architecture
• Hear recommendations on where to start when planning and implementing a Zero Trust framework
• See how Palo Alto Networks performed in an independent evaluation on Zero Trust Networks