Taking Zero Trust to the 5G Edge

Presented by

Theresa Lanowitz, head of cybersecurity evangelism, AT&T Business, Anand Oswal Senior Price President, Palo Alto Networks

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Zero Trust is a strategic and critical framework to continuously validate every stage of a digital interaction – from verifying and validating people as well as verifying and validating things on the edge while eliminating implicit trust. Businesses have a variety of connectivity choices and strategically build out those architectures to meet their needs of performance, security, and outcomes. Regardless of connectivity architecture – a branch connected via 5G-based SD-WAN or a private 5G network for manufacturing facilities – Zero Trust will help secure 5G edge environments. A Zero Trust framework is part of securing the edge and a new era of compute that is untethered to heritage systems and brings teams closer together. Join Theresa Lanowitz; Head of Cybersecurity Evangelism, AT&T Business and Anand Oswal; Senior Price President and General Manager, Palo Alto Networks to learn: -What the common use cases for the edge -Why Zero Trust matters for edge connections -How cybersecurity controls are perceived in an edge environment Meet Your Hosts: Theresa Lanowitz Head of Cybersecurity Evangelism, AT&T Business Anand Oswal, Senior Price President and General Manager, Palo Alto Networks

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