Hybrid infrastructure blurs perimeter boundaries and makes that internal traffic even less trustworthy. Firewalls, once the gold standard, are not up to the task of securing workloads that span on-premises and clouds. We now live in a world where zero trust
should be given. But, Zero Trust is an ever-evolving journey, not a destination. We will talk about what Zero Trust is, why it’s more than a buzzword, and delve into key tenants like least-privilege, whitelisting, and segmentation. Finally, we’ll cover some practical implementation tips.
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