Granting Trust in an Era of "Zero Trust"

Presented by

Bret Lenmark, Director of Product Marketing, HCL BigFix

About this talk

The Zero Trust Network, or Zero Trust Architecture, model was created in 2010 by John Kindervag, who was at that time at the time a principal analyst at Forrester Research. Zero Trust is a security philosophy based on the notion that forward-thinking enterprises should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters but must instead verify all connections to its systems before granting access. Join this webinar to understand how to assess and verify the veracity of a party desiring to connect to your most precious asset - your information repository.

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