Enabling Zero Trust

Enabling Zero Trust With Dynamic Authorization

This Webinar took place on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.

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Webinar Presentation, Richard Hill | KuppingerCole
Webinar Presentation, Nathanael Coffing | Cloudentity

Watch the Webcast to Learn About

  • The business value of adopting a Zero Trust approach to security
  • Market trends in Dynamic Authorization Management (DAM)
  • How Digital Transformation is driving the business need for DAM
  • Developing a roadmap for digital access acceleration and achieving granular access control
  • How context-based authorization can help with compliance, security, and business growth

How Context Makes All the Difference

Increased global competition is driving businesses to adopt new technologies to enhance existing processes and enable new business models, new revenue streams, and greater interactions with partners and customers through Digital Transformation. Service-based business IT, however, is not without challenges, particularly around access governance and control, which can reduce business agility and velocity. The adoption of API driven digital services dramatically increases the potential attack surface by enabling cybercriminals to automate attacks if the API identity and authorization risks are not fully understood and addressed.

These challenges can be addressed by using Dynamic Authorization and Governance orchestrating policy-based authorization engines and cybersecurity to create a Zero Trust approach to security. Externalizing identity and access controls from applications and using centralized policies with distributed enforcement allows organizations to reduce development costs, time to market, and time to value, while simplifying compliance with secure, flexible reporting and audit.

Speakers Contribution

Richard Hill, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole, will examine Dynamic Authorization Management and policy-based authorization technologies, and look at how they can be used to support a Zero Trust approach to security and address the challenges around API identity and authorization.

Nathanael Coffing, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Cloudentity will discuss the need for speed and scale in adopting new technologies and business models for enterprises to remain competitive, and how Cloudentity addresses the challenges of API identity and authorization.

Richard Hill is Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole. He has 20 years of experience as an Identity & Access Management Solutions Architect, Systems Designer, and Engineer in the Aerospace, Manufacturing, and Social Networking industries. He is internationally known for his work on...

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