Best Practices for Implementing Zero Trust in Your Organization

Date: Wednesday, July 20th at 10 a.m. PT / 12 noon ET

Trust may become an open door for cybercriminals to exploit, damaging, corrupting, encrypting or outright stealing your valuable data assets. We used to mis-trust anything outside our network perimeter and trust everything inside it. A zero trust approach to data and network security ignores any perimeter and tells us “never trust, always verify” requiring authentication and validation at every network access point. It places less focus on packets, IP addresses, and traffic, and focuses instead on the real identity of the user and the device they’re using to access your resources. Implementing such a major change requires strict adherence to best practices. In this session, we discuss those best practices for implementing zero trust in your organization.

Here is the AGENDA for the summit:

9 a.m. PT / 12 noon ET
Zero Trust 101: Why Zero Trust, Why Now, and Justifying Zero Trust

10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Best Practices for Implementing Zero Trust in Your Organization

11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET
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About the presenter:

Howard M. Cohen, Sr. Resultant, The TechChannel Partners’ Results Group

He is a 35+ year executive veteran of the Information Technology industry who today writes for and about the IT channel. He’s a frequent speaker at IT industry events that include Microsoft Inspire, Citrix Synergy/Summit, ConnectWise IT Nation, ChannelPro Forums, Cloud Partners Summit, MicroCorp One-On-One, and CompTIA ChannelCon, frequently hosts and presents webinars for many vendors and publications.


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