Digital Trust - The key to Cybersecurity and Identity-First Security

May 12, 2022 | 2:00 PM EST

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Digital Trust - The key to Cybersecurity and Identity-First Security

We need trust, not Zero Trust! From Cybersecurity, Digital Identity, to the Metaverse; Digital Trust underpins it all. Zero trust is a great concept, but it is only the first step in the journey to secure digital identities. In this session we define and focus on identity-first and perimeter-less security, a Gartner Top Security trend, with zero trust network architecture in mind. Ultimately, you will learn about the importance of identity-first security and establishing digital trust for human and machine identities.

Takeaways:

  • Importance of identity-First Security
  • Difference between human and machine identities
  • Why the world needs Digital Trust

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