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Debunking the Myth Around Implementing Zero Trust

One of the mythologies surrounding Zero Trust is that it is difficult and expensive to implement. Not true! In this webcast, John Kindervag, Founder of Zero Trust and Field CTO at Palo Alto Networks and Scott Stevens, SVP Global Systems Engineering at Palo Alto Networks debunk this myth.

Join us for this webcast and learn:
•How Zero Trust is easy to implement using an iterative approach designed to mitigate disruption or downtime
•The five key steps to implementation
•Why Zero Trust is easy to measure, including maturity metrics for Zero Trust

You’ll also get your questions answered in our live Q&A.
Recorded Apr 16 2019 64 mins
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John Kindervag, Field CTO and Scott Stevens, SVP Global Systems Engineering, Palo Alto Networks
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