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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