Making the Connection: Implementing Zero Trust in Preparation for Post-Quantum

Presented by

Samantha Mabey, Director Digital Solutions Marketing, Entrust, Robert Hann, VP Digital Security Center of Excellence, Entrust

About this talk

In an era with evolving threats and increasingly sophisticated attacks, organizations are struggling to ensure their most valuable assets, systems and data remain secure. In an effort to help provide direction, there has been an increasing amount of government action and regulation as of late – especially when it comes to the why and how of implementing a Zero Trust framework, as well as how to prepare for the post-quantum threat. While on the surface these are seemingly two different exercises, there is some overlap in steps to prepare for a transition to zero trust architecture and the migration to PQC. One such example? In order to address any gaps or to mitigate risks, it is critical to have a cryptographic inventory to know exactly what’s in your environment. From hardware to software, to cryptographic assets such as keys, certificates, and secrets – having a cryptographic inventory will bring to light the state of your governance and security controls, while also making you aware of any quantum vulnerable technology. Join us for this webinar where we review the advantages of implementing a Zero Trust framework, and how in doing so, you have begun down the path to post-quantum preparedness.

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