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As organizations continue to grapple with security issues, a 'zero-trust' approach to cybersecurity has been touted as a potential solution to enhance enterprise security. However, taking on Zero Trust architectures can be an overwhelming experience for even the most seasoned cybersecurity professionals. This panel session features security leaders who go beyond network principles reliant on the “never trust, always verify” philosophy to focus on effective deployment of a Zero Trust strategy at your organization.
Among the many approaches to do that, Zero Trust is one where organizations apply the principle of “never trust – always verify”. Since Zero Trust is not a single product or solution, implementing processes that work accordingly can be a challenge to IT teams that want to keep their privileged accounts safe. Modern Privileged Access Management (PAM) platforms can help with these challenges.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will look at why standing privileges are a risk to modern multi-cloud and hybrid architectures and how Zero Trust can help in reducing standing privileges. Moreover, he will explain why advanced PAM platforms can assist with establishing a Zero Trust posture and how to move PAM to decentralized operations.
Joe Burke, Chief Architect, PAM, in the Symantec Identity Security Group, proposes organizations should rethink how to implement Zero Trust security for secrets, privileges, and privileged accounts. He will elaborate on factors that IT decision-makers should look for in Zero Trust-enabling PAM solutions. Among these are the time to implement, low operational overhead, scalability and performance, ecosystem integrability, as well as coarse and fine-grained authorization enforcement.
Attacks on identity and privileged access pathways are relentless, with the stakes of a cyber-breach never higher. Securing privileged identity within your organisation has never been more important as it is the foundation of a successful Zero Trust implementation. Zero Trust is built on foundations that are essential across your cybersecurity strategy, delivering greater value from existing cyber investments. In this session, we will outline:
A look at how 5 of Canada’s biggest financial institutions have tackled the challenge of Privileged Access Management. Sharing similar requirements all went down paths of successful deployments of technologies to protect their clients, and workforce while providing a more efficient user experience for day to day activities. A look at the 5 common steps to success.