Zero Trust Architecture: It’s All About Identity
The cloud, mobile devices, and remote workforces have altered the way enterprises think about security. Now, a global pandemic has pushed a large percentage of employees into the remote workforce, and they need access to highly sensitive enterprise applications. Is your organization adjusting accordingly?
The premise of Zero Trust is “don’t trust, verify.” This approach applies to users, devices, and connectivity sessions and is extremely well suited to supporting remote workforces securely.
Zero Trust architecture has been around for many years and embodies this change, yet many organizations have not shifted from the old security models of the past. This has resulted in data loss, credential leak, millions in financial losses and countless hours of lost productivity.
In this webinar recording, OCG Principal Architects Frank Urena and Mark Riley discuss:
- Defining Zero Trust
- Selecting the components of Zero Trust that make the most sense for your organization
- Applying Zero Trust in a Microsoft hybrid cloud environment
- Where do you begin your journey?
This webinar is for you if you’re responsible for enterprise security in your organization or are just interested in learning how to implement Zero Trust.
View the recording!
A key component of Zero Trust is Multi-Factor Authentication. Read Frank’s blog on “Moving Beyond Basic Authentication” here.