Zero Trust starts with Identity. It ends with authorization. And it is centered around policy-based controls for authentication, access, and more. IAM is ubiquitous in Zero Trust. Thus, every Zero Trust implementation must follow an identity-first approach.
In this session, we look at the intersection of IAM and Zero Trust, and provide a mapping of IAM capabilities to Zero Trust requirements. We also look at the need for modern IAM, from adaptive, passwordless authentication to continuous authentication, ITPR (Identity Threat Detection and Response), PBAM (Policy Based Access Management), but also Data Governance and the intersection of IAM and Code Security. This will help you in aligning your IAM and ZT strategies and give you a concrete understanding of technologies you will need (or not).