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Breaking Down Zero Trust: What does it Actually Mean?

  • Tuesday, June 09, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT (2020-06-09 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Vladimir Klasnja, Ross Asquith


  • Netskope

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Over the past six months we have heard the buzz phrase Zero Trust. Like most new concepts, it means different things to different people. While it sounds like a line from a SciFi series, Trust no-one, does it really mean you should not trust anything in an infrastructure, or does it mean that we should trust but verify? Join us as the presenters provide their take on Zero Trust and far or how little we should really trust things.

Speaker Bios

Vladimir Klasnja

Vladimir Klasnja is the Director of Cloud Architecture Services at Netskope. He will discuss how organizations can Build a Zero Trust Security Program. Organizations can no longer assume their internal network traffic is legitimate or that access credentials accurately establish user identity. Instead, “trust” should undergo continuous, risk-informed assessment with more granular security controls enforcing the boundaries of this access.

Ross Asquith

Ross Asquith is a Product Marketing Manager at Netskope. He will discuss how Zero Trust Applies to Remote Working. Working remotely has never been as relevant as it is in 2020. Recent events have forced organizations to try and enable and support their employees working from home on a scale many thought would never be necessary. There’s been a rapid adoption of cloud-based collaboration apps, video conferencing tools, and a new wave of attacks by cybercriminals using crisis-themed campaigns

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