Zero Trust is all the buzz today, but it is often hard to cut through the noise to figure out what it actually means or how to operationalize a zero trust security model in your organization. It's critical to start by understanding how zero trust security can deliver a better and more secure remote access experience for your workforce. Then, you can design a zero trust architecture that extends your existing single sign-on, device management, endpoint security, network access, and other enterprise security tools. With a clear architecture and end user experience in mind, you can identify gaps in your tooling and evaluate commercial and open-source solutions that can help you implement your zero trust initiative.
In this discussion, targeted at IT & Security teams tasked with researching or implementing zero trust security for their organization, we will cover:
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