Zero Trust - Now is the Time, and PBAC is Key

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Gal Helemski, Martin Kuppinger

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Joint webinar for KuppingerCole and PlainID Now is the time to implement the Zero Trust security model because the traditional model of enforcing security at the network perimeter is no longer effective with users, devices and workloads moving outside the corporate network, but success depends on understanding the essential components of a Zero Trust Architecture. Policy-Based Access Control (PBAC) is crucial because the ability to decide whether to grant, deny, or revoke access is at the heart of Zero Trust, according to Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole and Gal Helemski, CIPO at PlainID. Join these experts for a discussion about the most important components of a successful implementation of Zero Trust security.

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PlainID, the Authorization Company, simplifies the complexity businesses face when securely connecting identities to digital assets. Powered by PBAC, PlainID provides a SaaS-based, centralized policy management platform with decentralized enforcement to manage who can access what across the enterprise technology stack; including applications, data, API, microservices and more.