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AppDefects
Community Champion

Zero Trust - A Fireside Chat

Forrester first coined the term "zero trust" back in 2010. They were one of the first to spot and explain that the effectiveness of the network perimeter was being diminished as an increasing number of cloud-based services were being adopted by organizations around the world, rendering the network perimeter a fence of Swiss cheese.

 

The National Technology Security Council (NTSC) will be hosting a free executive-focused fireside chat on Friday December 4th (12-1PM EST) to discuss "zero trust" architectures. Register here.

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Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Re: Zero Trust - A Fireside Chat

@AppDefects  Thanks missed the chat, they don't appear to do recordings?

 

What gets me is the inherent bias injected by vendors - all with your own perspectives.

 

When in fact, if you look at the origins from the Jericho Forums, the principles were quite straight forward.

 

Some companies have taken up to a year to put in place for small organisations, however others have taken 3 to 8 years to implement ZTA including Microsoft.

 

It should align with business strategy and re-enforce it.

It is holistic and applies to every piece of data, application, network devices, and authorised user

However for many it is a journey too far, or they simply do not have the corporate buy in to proceed.

I think this will change over the next few years, given the current environments and challenges they face.

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim

 

Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Re: Zero Trust - A Fireside Chat

A follow up to the discussion:

 

https://betanews.com/2020/09/10/trust-in-zero-trust/  Why are organisations not taking it up?

 

Regards

 

Caute_cautim