The concepts behind Zero Trust and SASE are not new, but recent developments in technological capabilities, changes in the way people are working, accelerated adoption of cloud and Edge computing, and the continued evolution of cyberthreats have resulted in both rising in prominence.
As organizations seek to improve their security capabilities, many are evaluating Zero Trust and SASE to determine whether to adopt either, one, or both. Join this session to understand what each can potentially deliver and the exact nature of the relationship between them.
“It’s about the journey, not the destination” they said. “It’s basically just Don’t Trust But Check, what’s the real difference?” they said. “ What’s the big deal?” They said.
Zero trust has been the panacea to everyone’s security problems, for a really long time now, and yet we are still talking about it, and not just doing it. It’s no surprise that there is a certain level of cynicism then that zero trust was all marketing and no trousers.
If 2021 brought us anything though, it was finally some clarity that zero trust really does have a role to play in the enterprise, just not by itself. Various vendors and enterprises have finally conceded that while it is important, it is just one part of the puzzle to help organisations manage their ever changing, digitally transformed, hybrid working, flexible, work from home environments.
Everything changed with zero trust, and now it is actually helping us to change again. In this talk, learn from;
Where zero trust came from, and where it is now
What the new working paradigm means for CISOs…
… and how zero trust environments and working models can help, not hinder, even without a final destination
Two years ago, Siemens started a still going on process to change its security architecture to Zero Trust. Not an easy task for a company that big, widespread, and divers in products.
In this session program leads Thomas Müller-Lynch and Peter Stoll are talking about what they mean when talking about Zero Trust at Siemens, what everyone can learn from the approach Siemens is taking, and what they are planning as their next steps.