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Enabling Zero Trust Infrastructures

Risk Based Security reported 3,813 security breaches in the first 6 months of 2019, exposing over 4.1 billion records. It represented a 54% increase over the previous year. As networks grow more complex and users increase daily, security risks will happen more frequently leaving enterprises no choice but to embrace zero trust security. And they needed to adopt it, yesterday.

Organizations adopting zero trust principles must extend the framework to all parts of their infrastructure for it to be truly effective. In this webinar, attendees will learn about how modern application and access networking solutions play a key role in enabling zero trust architectures.
Recorded Sep 9 2020 50 mins
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Terry Berstein, Director, PM | Bipin Mistry, Sr. Director, PM | Sanjay Ramnath, VP Product Marketing
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    Terry Berstein, Director, PM | Bipin Mistry, Sr. Director, PM | Sanjay Ramnath, VP Product Marketing
    Risk Based Security reported 3,813 security breaches in the first 6 months of 2019, exposing over 4.1 billion records. It represented a 54% increase over the previous year. As networks grow more complex and users increase daily, security risks will happen more frequently leaving enterprises no choice but to embrace zero trust security. And they needed to adopt it, yesterday.

    Organizations adopting zero trust principles must extend the framework to all parts of their infrastructure for it to be truly effective. In this webinar, attendees will learn about how modern application and access networking solutions play a key role in enabling zero trust architectures.
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