Zero Trust and the Critical Role for Strong AuthenticationExclusive Panel From the ISMG Identity & Access Management Virtual Cybersecurity Summit
Zero trust has truly come of age in the last 12 months, but there are many misconceptions relating to what it is, where to start on the journey and how to manage user privileges in a zero trust environment. One of the fundamentals for zero trust is strong authentication to ensure that the right assets are connecting to your network and that these privileges can be expanded or retracted as needed.
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Join this panel of experts to explore the following topics:
- Where do you begin to assess where you are on your Zero Trust journey?
- What is strong authentication and why is it a critical part of Zero Trust?
- How can I ensure that my authentication is dynamic enough to meet the changing workforce and expanding attack surface?