Why managing machine identities is critical for a Zero Trust Framework

Presented by

Samantha Mabey, Product Mktg Mgmt Director, Entrust

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Moving to a Zero Trust framework is no longer something trendy you should consider for your digital ecosystem. It has become a best practice and a virtual necessity. Vast numbers of your users are working outside the traditional IT security perimeter protected with firewalls. But another reality when it comes to modern digital ecosystems is that machines now outnumber humans. Machines – from devices to applications – are collecting data, storing data, communicating with each other, and receiving commands from users in remote locations. In addition to securing those machines, effective management of machine identities is also essential to a Zero Trust framework — and it requires technologies that automate discovery, deployment, and lifecycle management of digital certificates across all enterprise use cases and vendor platforms. - The definition of machine identities and how this category is evolving - The risks associated with machine identities - Why machine identity management is critical - Key considerations for machine identities when it comes to implementing zero trust

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