Feb. 24, 2022 | 11:00 AM EST
Digital transformation has changed the face of cybersecurity forever. With the growth in remote working and associated device proliferation - there are more ways than ever for cybercriminals to cause harm. And as a result, many organizations have adopted, or plan to adopt the trust no user or device, always verify approach known as Zero Trust.
When implemented, Zero Trust does have different variations from organization to organization - differing in scope, adoption, and importantly how it is or isn't represented in the boardroom.
During this discussion, we'll discuss Zero Trust as it looks today, in terms of common business initiatives that are being solved. From there, we'll dive into the future of Zero Trust discussing what this means for today's security team, and what requirements are coming that aren't readily apparent today in terms of collaboration, communication and proactive involvement in organizational decision-making.