Why a Zero Trust Mindset is driving an Identity Centric Security Strategy

Presented by

Yuval Moss, VP Identity Security, CyberArk Ltd, DavidHiggins, EMEA Technical Director, CyberArk Ltd

About this talk

As Organisations continue to adopt and embrace new technology platforms, it also brings with it the requirement to reassess how these new environments are secured. The Assume Breach mindset, a key aspect of a Zero Trust, shifts the risk posture to that of applying defence against the concept that the perimeter has already been breached. In this session we run through the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures used in recent breaches and highlight the commonality across them; identity compromise and privilege elevation. This analysis will highlight the importance of taking an assume breach mindset to defence and that Identity becomes central to this strategy. Further, we will then position recommendations on how to protect against Credential Theft, Lateral Movement and Privileged Escalation across hybrid and cloud environments.

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