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Thursday 29 April, 11am-12noon (BST)
In the good old days of working from an office, organisations typically ‘trusted’ an employee when they issued them with a security badge to get in through the front door. How bizarre does that seem when most of us are working from home and recruitment in many organisations continues as usual!
Changes in working patterns and the expansion of VDI, VPN and internet-based remote access has introduced new attack vectors. This has certainly led to the explosion of vendor noise around ZERO TRUST, and typically we see every vendor has twisted aspects of what they do into a ‘Zero Trust Story’.
In this session, Secrutiny explores what Zero Trust really is from both an analyst and common view. It’s not another theoretical discussion about Zero Trust and how important it is, we’ll look at common approaches, including practical steps you can take now to start the journey, and share our views on the operational side of it all.
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Phil Davies (info), Principal Consultant & Lead Architect, Secrutiny
Review the advice on using Zoom and other webex platforms securely here.