with Jennifer Minella, Founder and Principal Advisor - Network Security at Viszen Security
When it came to remote connectivity in 2020, security holes weren’t just created; they were blown wide open. When companies turned to comfortable, vulnerable technologies like VPN to enable almost-overnight access to networks for their remote workers, it’s no wonder our cybersecurity hygiene came out looking a little less than pristine.
Secure access for the remote worker coupled with the Zero Trust principle that “the attacker is already inside” helps to limit access to resources or applications that an authenticated user is permitted to use, regardless of where that user is logging in from. Sounds fantastic, but where and how do we start?
In this on-demand webinar cybersecurity expert, Jenn Minella covers the challenges of aligning remote access with Zero Trust security principles. And based on personal executive briefings she’s had will then cover her top 5 ways to secure remote access with a Zero Trust approach.
As the Found and Principal Advisor at Viszen Security, Jennifer Minella empowers IT and infosec pros to make great decisions in network security with insights, workshops, assessments for security architecture, and technical coaching for executives and network/wireless architects.
Chris Herrin is the Senior Product Manager for Privileged Remote Access and all third-party integrations for the BeyondTrust portfolio. He has been with BeyondTrust (Bomgar) for the last five years, beginning his career on the Sales Development and Solutions Engineering teams. Chris is an active Georgia Bulldogs fan, and has to mention his corgis in every presentation he is a part of.