Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Businesses face a constant barrage of cyberattacks growing in diversity and sophistication. Many organizations are responding to the threat by exploring a concept Forrester calls “Zero Trust” — i.e., a security model that does not automatically trust entities within the security perimeter. Zero Trust architectures consists of five pillars (device trust, user trust, transport/session trust, application trust and data trust), and companies that establish trust across all five not only fortify their business against digital attack, but also gain unprecedented visibility and analytics insights spanning across the enterprise.
Join Brian Madden, VMware and Evan Tomlin, Insight Enterprises for this in-depth exploration of Zero Trust’s rapid evolution and how the model builds broader, deeper trust than traditional security measures. Topics include:
- Why Zero Trust has rapidly emerged as the best-practice approach to securing digital workspaces
- How to embrace Zero Trust principles to build a more dynamic, modern security architecture
- How information gained via Zero Trust architectures enable organizations to learn and monitor network patterns, enabling more effective dynamic policy and trust decisions
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Brian Madden is the lead field technologist and a director in VMware’s EUC Office of the CTO. Prior to joining VMware in 2018, Brian was known world-wide as an independent EUC expert and founder of BrianMadden.com, the BriForum conference series, and author of six books and over 2000 technical articles.
Evan Tomlin leads the mobility and end user compute technical practices at Insight. Evan has 10 years of technology experience, ranging from IT Infrastructure management, to enterprise architecture consulting, to R&D and product management leadership roles. He is passionate about understanding the intersection between fast-advancing mobile technology and the ideal conditions for a highly productive, engaged and connected workforce.