Defining the synergy between Zero Trust and SASE.

Presented by

Mark Guntrip, Sr Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security

About this talk

Many security organizations are opting to take a Zero Trust approach to security. While this has traditionally been aligned with trusting identities, it extends into overall threat protection, meaning security departments assume that all content–regardless of whether it originates from a trusted source–is untrustworthy. Treating all content as if it is malicious eliminates the need to make an allow-or-block decision at the point of a click–resulting in a truly preventative approach to securing the anywhere, anytime workforce. By now you’ve also heard the acronym SASE (Secure Access Service Edge), a secure networking architecture that many security leaders are looking to deploy within their organizations. But what is the tie between Zero Trust and SASE? Does SASE come in a box? Do you need to choose between one or the other? During this session, Mark Guntrip, Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy at Menlo Security, will tackle these questions and dive deep on: · Why focusing on detection is a reactive approach to security · The relationship between SASE and Zero Trust · Getting the upper hand in fighting online security threats targeting your users.

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