What is Zero Trust? What ISN’T Zero Trust? Let’s Make Sense of This!


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Zero Trust is a major industry trend, but has also become an overused marketing buzzword. NIST defines Zero Trust as “a set of cybersecurity paradigms” and “guiding principles”, but that leaves a lot of room for interpretation. This panel of experts will debate the definition, scope, and boundaries of Zero Trust, and look at several concrete examples using the ATT&CK Framework.

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Zero Trust Security: An Enterprise Guide by Jason Garbis


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Jason Garbis

Moderator

Chief Product Officer, Appgate

Amanda Berlin

Panelist

Lead Incident Detection Engineer, Blumira

Jerry Chapman

Panelist

Engineering Fellow, Optiv

Chase Cunningham

Panelist

Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), Ericom Software

Evan Gilman

Panelist

Staff Engineer, VMware

Identity Security Strategy & Architecture

identity management & governance security architecture access control zero trust perimeter-less security


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