Wade has extensive experience in enterprise IT direct and channel software, and services, sales and management. He has in-depth knowledge and experience in enterprise IAM, IGA, risk and compliance and IT security challenges.
Cloud computing and mobile workforces have resulted in an expanding attack surface and a complex web of identify information. This means that traditional perimeter-based security models are no longer effective. A Zero Trust model of strict access control for every user and device enables businesses to be connected and secure, but an effective identity-focused approach is essential.
Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Radiant Logic as they discuss why Identity is central to Zero Trust, how to achieve a frictionless user experience, how to ensure good quality identity data, and how to use that data to make the right decisions based on Zero Trust principles.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole will examine the seven pillars of Zero Trust and give practical guidance on where success is easiest to achieve. He will also look at the five premises for handling identity well in Zero Trust, and explain why it is important to achieve good quality identity information for Zero Trust and beyond.
Wade Ellery, VP of Solutions Architects and Senior Technical Evangelist at Radiant Logic will explain the role of an identity data fabric in enabling a Zero Trust approach to security by providing attributes and context for fine grained access policies. He will also look at the NIST strategy for Zero Trust architecture, and Radiant’s role in that project.
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