Steve Mancini, CISO and Ryan Clarke, Principal Security Scientist, Eclypsium
The recent shift to a remote work environment has created new challenges for many businesses and government institutions with profound impacts on organizational security models. Suddenly, many users are no longer protected by the many layers of security found on-premise in the corporate network. Instead, security policies must evolve to support a new reality where users are remote by default and massive amounts of untrusted, inbound connections are the norm. Incorporating security concepts like Zero Trust can be a critical part of securing these remote work environments, which often include a mix of corporate laptops, BYOD devices, and home networking gear. If the integrity of these devices isn’t assured, then it is impossible to assure the safety of the operating systems and other software running on them. Yet for many organizations, device integrity remains a blindspot where Zero Trust principles are not yet applied, and as a result, security is assumed instead of verified.
In this webinar, Steve Mancini, CISO of Eclypsium, and Ryan Clarke, Principal Security Scientist at Eclypsium will discuss:
Device Integrity and Zero Trust
Identifying Device Level Vulnerabilities
Looking for Signs of Compromise
Secure Access for Remote Workers
Device Best Practices for Zero Trust