Zero Trust is a provable paradox: Prove me wrong | SASIG
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Friday 2 December 2022, 11am-12noon (GMT)

Everyone talks about the Zero Trust principle: ‘never trust, always verify’. But have you ever analysed what it means? Not what it does or is supposed to do, but the actual meaning of it.

As a root principle, everything you build should satisfy it – that is what the engineering discipline requires us to do.

How would you demonstrate that the system you spent several million on actually satisfies the critical requirements of Zero Trust?

In this webinar Boris proposes: 

  • The Zero Trust principle is a provable paradox.
  • It is impossible to build a physical system that would satisfy the Zero Trust principle.
  • Any physical system violates the Zero Trust principle.
  • Zero Trust does not address the fundamental problem of spoofing anyway.

Watch this webinar for a lively discussion on the efficacy and achievability of Zero Trust.

Guest chaired by

Glen Hymers (info), Head of Data Privacy and Compliance, Cabinet Office

Presented by

Boris Taratine (info), Head of Competencies and Skills, UK Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge

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