In 2019, securely operating a distributed workforce was an ideal “wouldn’t it be great if,” and in 2020, this became a requirement. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, cybersecurity teams found themselves frantically working to continue business operations in a suddenly perimeter-less environment. And that trend is likely here to stay, which means that cybersecurity and business leaders need to understand how the zero trust principles changed in the remote working world? And, how can organizations adapt their zero trust practices for their remote work challenges?
Our panelists are:
Scott Rose, Computer Scientist, NIST
Brian Campo, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, DHS
Andrew Harris, Senior Director, Public Sector Technology Strategy, CrowdStrike
Matt Glenn, Senior Vice-President Product Management, Illumio
Join our discussion with Scott Rose, Andrew Harris, Matt Glenn, and Brian Campo where we will be exploring the implications of implementing a Zero Trust program in a remote workforce. The panelists will be discussing how implementing zero trust architecture to support remote work in your organization is more secure than the more common VPN model.