Extend Zero Trust with Deception-based Active Defense

Presented by

Amir Moin, Senior Product Manager at Zscaler

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*This is a replay session* Over the past two years, there has been a significant increase in human-operated threat actors using stealthy tactics, social engineering, and compromised identities to bypass security controls and breach well-defended organizations. Despite organizations transitioning to a Zero Trust architecture, they remain vulnerable to identity-based threats, malicious insiders, and lateral movement. Security teams need a proactive approach to stop these advanced threats. Join us for an hour of learning as we discuss how you can extend Zero Trust with Deception. We will cover the following: *Why have attackers shifted their focus to compromising users and applications *What Deception is and Why it is effective *How Deception fits into a Zero Trust Architecture *How Deception detects compromised users, lateral movement, and defense evasion techniques such as EDR bypasses *A live attack simulation and how Deception detects and disrupts the attack at different stages

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