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Thought Leadership Series: Adopting Zero Trust as an Enterprise Security Model

A number of digital transformation initiatives are forcing businesses to rethink their enterprise security architecture. With breaches on the rise, users increasingly mobile, and data and applications moving to the cloud, businesses have to consider whether traditional perimeter-based security approaches are relevant.

The live, online panel discussion will explore:

Key business imperatives that are changing the way you need to think about security
What a Zero Trust security model is and why you need it
Difference approaches to Zero Trust Security
Zero Trust adoption best practices

Moderator:
Tyler Cohen Wood, Executive Director, Cyber Risk and Workforce Development, CyberVista

Speakers:
Patrick Sullivan, Global Director, Security Strategy, Akamai Technologies
Felice Flake, CEO, ScySec LLC
Recorded Feb 13 2019 64 mins
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    Key business imperatives that are changing the way you need to think about security
    What a Zero Trust security model is and why you need it
    Difference approaches to Zero Trust Security
    Zero Trust adoption best practices

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    Felice Flake, CEO, ScySec LLC
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