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Addressing Consumer Safety Concerns With Zero Trust Security

  • Monday, June 24, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT (2019-06-24 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Chris Kloes


  • Unisys

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The 2019 Unisys Security Index reveals that four of the top five security concerns worldwide are digital. People are more concerned about losing their identity or financial information than they are about war, terrorism or natural disasters.

Success in businesses today means assuring customers of their online safety. No one wants their organization to be the one that makes their customers fears come true.

Traditional perimeter security cant scale with constantly evolving business requirements and threats. In dynamic online environments, a Zero Trust model provides a commonsense approach to cybersecurity.

In this webinar, youll learn:

  • The leading security concerns for consumers worldwide
  • The benefits of a Zero Trust security model to protect critical customer information
  • Five steps for implementing Zero Trust

Speaker Bio

Chris Kloes

Chris has over 20 years of experience in cyber security, networking and unified communications. He has held leadership positions in operations, sales and program management for leading IT services companies, including Unisys, CSC (now DXC) and Orange Network Services. Chris also owned and operated an IT Services firm, Invisible IT, for 10 years, culminating in a successful acquisition in 2010. Chris has extensive experience with IT and Security leadership in government, finance, reatail, manufacturing and healthcare, covering all aspects of security. He completed his B.A. in Political Science and History at UCLA. At Unisys Chris manages the global security practice. He is based in Silicon Valley.

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