Zero Trust: Now Is the Time and PBAC Is Key

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Zero Trust: Now Is the Time and PBAC Is Key

The webinar took place on Wednesday, February 09, 2022
Webinar Presentation Martin Kuppinger
Webinar Presentation Gal Helemski

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Join this webinar to:

  • Understand what Zero Trust Architectures must include.
  • Find out why policy-based access management is essential to Zero Trust.
  • Understand why Zero Trust must address access at all layers.
  • Learn about Dynamic Authorization and how it drives Zero Trust.
  • Get an overview of PlainID’s Policy Manager and how it supports Zero Trust.

Why Dynamic Authorization is essential to a Zero Trust Architecture

Now is the time to implement the Zero Trust security model because the traditional model of enforcing security at the network perimeter is no longer effective with users, devices and workloads moving outside the corporate network, but success depends on understanding the essential components of a Zero Trust Architecture.

Policy-Based Access Control (PBAC) is crucial because the ability to decide whether to grant, deny, or revoke access is at the heart of Zero Trust, according to Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole and Gal Helemski, CIPO at PlainID. Join these experts for a discussion about the most important components of a successful implementation of Zero Trust security.

Speakers Contribution

Martin Kuppinger will give an overview about what Zero Trust Architectures must include, why policy-based access management is essential, and what this means for dynamic, policy-based authorizations. He will refer to KuppingerCole’s DREAM model and the NIST Zero Trust approach, with both putting policies for controlling access at the very core.

Gal Helemski, PlainID co-founder and a recognized specialist in cyber security with specific focus on identity and access management, will explain why Dynamic Authorization is a must-have component in any complete Zero Trust Architecture, how it drives Zero Trust, how it relates to PBAC, and how to get started with dynamic authorizations.

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Gal is a recognized specialist in cyber security with specific focus on identity and access management. In the past 16 years she has defined solutions to customers, wrote the project specs, technical documentation, presentations and training. Gal holds a B.Sc in Physics & Computer Science...

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