Your Extra Layer of Security: Getting to Zero Trust Network Access
Maintaining trust in a network has become an enormous challenge due to:
an increasingly sophisticated cyber threat landscape
an expanding digital infrastructure
a mushrooming cybersecurity skills gap, and
an increased need to secure remote work
In addition, the growing remote workforce needs to access both cloud-based and on-premises infrastructures. Zero trust network access needs to include controls and policies for network segmentation, endpoint security, identity, and access management—and lead the way into a modern extended detection and response (XDR) model of security operations, as well. Organizations need a new model for securing access to resources as well as preventing and detecting ever-evolving threats. This white paper explains why zero-trust could be that model.
Join SANS analyst, Dave Shackleford, BlackBerry Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mark Mariani, and BlackBerry Senior Director of Product Management, Sriram Krishnan, as they discuss how zero trust and zero-trust network access can tackle these challenges and improve the security operations landscape in any organization.
Visit us to learn how to proactively protect your network, applications, and endpoints from attacks.
Dave Shackelford Senior Instructor
Mark Mariani Senior Product Marketing Manager
Sriram Krishnan Senior Director of Product Management