Ask Us Anything: Zero Trust Edition
Software Engineering Institute
The Forrester report, "The Definition of Modern Zero Trust," defines Zero Trust as an information security model that denies access to applications and data by default. Zero Trust adoption can be difficult for organizations to undertake. It is not a specific technology to adopt; instead, it’s an initiative that an enterprise must understand, interpret, and implement.
In this webcast, SEI CERT Division Director Greg Touhill, and Dr. Chase Cunningham, chief strategy officer at Ericom Software, answered questions and discussed what you need to implement a Zero Trust strategy.
What You Will Learn
• Why Zero Trust is a strategy and not a technology
• Steps to implement Zero Trust
• Examples of past compromises and historical failures that were not only enabled by, but powered by, inherent trust