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Case Study: The Road to Zero TrustKorn Ferry's Satish Gannu Joins Paul Martini of iboss to Discuss the Journey
The road to Zero Trust starts with an entry point on the road map. But what are the common entry points, and how might the journey unfold? Satish Gannu, CTO-Digital of Korn Ferry, discusses the Zero Trust road map with Paul Martini, CEO of iboss.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Gannu and Martini discuss:
- Why Zero Trust?
- Gannu's own experience with the model;
- Common entry points and partnerships to start the journey.
Gannu joined Korn Ferry from ABB, a global technology company, where he played a key role in the firm's digital transformation. As chief technology and security officer of ABB Digital, he led the development of the cloud-native ABB Ability Industrial Internet of Things platform and Universal Edge on Microsoft Azure for secure worldwide deployment of hundreds of digital solutions. He also conceived and launched the Operational Technology Cyber Security Alliance, a global, cross-industry consortium that has attracted scores of member companies. OTCSA helps industrial operators and suppliers reduce the risk of cybersecurity issues in today's fast-evolving world.
Martini is the CEO, co-founder and chief architect of iboss. Prior to founding iboss, he was key architect for a wide variety of complex security and technology solutions for clients such as Phogenix, the U.S. Navy, and Hewlett Packard. He was also a key contributor at Copper Mountain Networks, which was a pioneer in introducing broadband networks used by telcos to build the cloud. His work at Science Applications International Corporation involved building distributed real-time network systems for companies such as Rolls Royce. Copper Mountain and SAIC both launched successful IPOs.