, – EST with Brian Chappell, Chief Security Strategist, EMEA & APAC
The COVID-19 pandemic has disintegrated the physical walls of corporate offices overnight, forcing companies to rapidly shift to a remote working model. The diminishing traditional network perimeter, and influx of data breaches and increased security threats have propelled the focus on Zero Trust. Implementing a Zero Trust model allows companies to protect critical data and infrastructure while enabling smooth and productive remote working.
Various industry guidelines define this framework, including the most recent NIST Special Publication 800-207 that describes this as an optimal security measure against current challenges for a cloud-first, work from anywhere world. It offers industry-neutral and authoritative insights for organizations seeking clarity on how to adopt a Zero Trust architecture.
In this webinar, you will learn how in addition to the NIST approach, organizations can further adopt Zero Trust principles by leveraging an identity-centric zero trust path that may help protect against everything – from simple malware to advanced persistent threats. Recognizing your roadblocks to Zero Trust will allow you to forge the best path for optimal environment security, including upgrading from legacy applications and architectures to ones that support Zero Trust.
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Brian has more than 30 years of IT and cybersecurity experience in a career that has spanned system integrators, PC and Software vendors, and high-tech multi-nationals. He has held senior roles in both the vendor and the enterprise space in companies such as Amstrad plc, BBC Television, GlaxoSmithKline, and BeyondTrust. At BeyondTrust, Brian has led Sales Engineering across EMEA and APAC, Product Management globally for Privileged Password Management, and now focuses on security strategy both internally and externally. Brian can also be found speaking at conferences, authoring articles and blog posts, as well as providing expert commentary for the world press.