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Own It, Secure It, Protect It: Zero-Trust in the Modern Workplace

The modern workplace is infiltrated everyday -- bring your own device policies and increased vendor access have introduced a whole new layer of cyber risk to the office environment, whether it’s from malicious insider threat, or accidentally bringing an infected device into the corporate environment. As vendor and third party service provider lists grow longer, so too does the list of related breaches. Since no vendor or customer should be automatically trusted, Zero-Trust frameworks have become more prevalent. How can organizations best protect themselves and their borderless networks? Join LookingGlass’ VP of Product, Eric Olson, and VP of Customer Support Group, James Carnall for a webinar discussing Zero-Trust best practices and war stories at 1 pm ET October 31, 2019.

Attendees are eligible for one hour of CPE Credit.
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James Carnall, Vice President of Customer Support Group, and Eric Olson, Vice President of Product Management
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    Attendees are eligible for one hour of CPE Credit.
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