Is Zero Trust the way to secure digital businesses from cybercriminals
Tue, Aug 4, 2020
at 2:00 PM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Though coined in 2010, Zero Trust has only more recently crept onto the agendas of infosec professionals. With increasing virtualisation as well as the movement of assets back and forth between on-prem and cloud, it’s no surprise it’s caught the attention of IT security teams. As a strategic approach, security professionals need to address multiple elements to ensure they develop the robust detection and response capabilities Zero Trust can offer. This webinar will provide IT security the knowledge to decide whether a Zero Trust approach is right for them and if so, how to they can start on that journey.
Business & finance
Science & tech
What are the core components of a Zero Trust approach?
How can these be applied to prevent vulnerabilities being exploited?
What are the experiences of those that have implemented this approach?
What challenges or barriers did they face?
And, how robust is this to further advancements from cybercriminals?
Head of Strategy, Enterprise Architecture & Cyber Security at Metropolitan Police Service
Adam Gwinnett is the Head of Strategy, Enterprise Architecture & Cyber Security (SEACS) at the Metropolitan Police Service, where he has been integral in the enterprise and security strategy of the institution since 2017. An experienced...
Lisa Ventura is an award-winning Cyber Security consultant and is the CEO and Founder of the UK Cyber Security Association (UKCSA), a membership association that is dedicated to individuals and companies who actively work in cyber security in the...
Frank is a known, global cybersecurity expert and social influencer. With roots in Silicon Valley and the EU, he has a purposeful vision that has driven his career: Making the world a better place, by protecting society through technology. Frank...