Tom Ward - Qnext, Phil Bliss - ECA
Edge Computing Association webinar on how the technology of zero trust data access use of encrypted micro-tunnels to a micro-segmentation of storage enables the creation of secure virtual data rooms.
Traditionally, a website usually hosted by a third-party vendor, a virtual data room enables colleagues, clients, partners, associates, vendors and other authorized people both internal and external to your company to upload, view, download and edit confidential documents in a controlled environment.
Zero Trust Data Access (ZTDA) is a fantastic new technology created for security that will also enable you to host virtual data rooms on your hybrid-IT infrastructure. That is because of the mechanisms and technology that enables zero trust. The use of encrypted tunnels to micro-segmented storage will allow users from a single-pane-of-glass to remotely access, share, edit and upload files to a folder located anywhere on your hybrid-IT infrastructure – from on-premises storage such as a NAS, SAN, DAS, PC or on-premises implementation of SharePoint, to cloud-hosted infrastructure such as Amazon, Azure, Google, to enterprise-grade cloud storage such as Box to public cloud storage such as Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive.
The ability to use micro tunnel technology to upload files to a folder gives zero trust technology the ability to create virtual data rooms. It enables this over an ordinary internet connection, without the need for a VPN. And it does so with the highest levels of security available – through a zero-trust platform – and it provides both users and IT granular permissions levels to a user-by-user basis.
In this webinar we will discuss:
• What is a Virtual Data Room and how is it used
• What is zero trust
• How does zero trust enable the creation of virtual data rooms
• How does zero trust provide granular permissions to a virtual data room on a user-by-user basis
• Demonstration of a zero trust virtual data room