Demystifying The Future of Zero Trust in 2022

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Navigating the expansion of traditional workforces, ubiquity of security threats and the urgency to accelerate digital transformation efforts has left organizations vulnerable. This paradigm shift has forever changed the traditional view of ‘trusted network’ and paved the way for a zero trust architecture rooted in the concept of “never trust, always verify.”

Join our panelists in this interactive session to explore the principles of zero trust and plan your migration to an access mechanism that supports networks without boundaries.

Talking points will include:

  • Understanding the basic principles of zero trust
  • Preparing your infrastructure for a zero-trust future
  • Organizational requirements to support zero-trust access mechanisms


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Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

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Frank J. Briguglio, CISSP

SailPoint Global Public Sector Identity Strategist, SailPoint

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Jerry Chapman

Engineering Fellow, Identity and Access Management, Optiv

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Jason Hicks

Cyber Executive Advisor, Coalfire

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