VPNs have been a cornerstone of secure networking for the last 20+ years. While VPNs have stood the test of time, today, we now know that a true security architecture is hinged upon the concept of Zero Trust Network Access.
Most organizations have already poured a great deal of time and resources into building out their VPN infrastructure. Considering that the technology does exactly what it’s supposed to do, ripping and replacing it may not make much sense.
What if we tell you that you don’t have to rip and replace your VPN in order to start your journey towards Zero Trust Network Access? Join us to this webinar to find out how.
In today’s modern enterprise, the use of legacy network access solutions has resulted in both an overly complex and inevitably vulnerable perimeter. Poor networking configuration and excess visibility into the perimeter leaves organizations open to both external attack and insider threat.
Join Michelle Drolet, CEO at Towerwall and Tony Yodice, Director of US Operations at Safe-T to learn:
-What is Zero Trust Network Access
-Why modern enterprises require access policies built with an identity centric approach
-How to protect your organization from the inside out
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity.
Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.
Software Defined Perimeter in Real LifeYabing Wang - VP & Chief Security Architect Alight Solutions, Eitan Bremler - Co-Founder & VP Technology Safe-T[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]41 mins