5 Practical Steps to Implementing a Zero-Trust Network - with Forrester Research
June 30, 2020
Prof. Avishai Wool
CTO & Co Founder AlgoSec
Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Chase Cunningham, Principal Analyst (Forrester Research), Prof. Avishai Wool, Co-founder & CTO (AlgoSec) | June 30, 2020
A zero-trust architecture mitigates risk by only providing the minimally required access to your network resources. But implementing zero-trust is easier said than done.
Get practical tips to successfully implement zero-trust architecture in this webinar featuring Chase Cunningham of Forrester Research and Prof. Avishai Wool, AlgoSec’s co-founder and CTO.
In this session, they will discuss why zero-trust architecture is the blueprint for an effective security strategy, challenges implementing zero-trust architecture, as well as provide the five practical steps to successfully implementing zero-trust architecture:
Taking an inventory of your sensitive data and deciding how to segment it
Mapping the traffic flows of your sensitive data and associate them to your business applications
Designing and enforcing your network’s micro-perimeters
Ensuring all your security ecosystem integrates so you can holistically monitor and adjust your network if threats are detected
Embracing security automation and orchestration for long-term success
Micro-Segmentation based Network Security Strategies
As cyber threats become more sophisticated, companies of all sizes are struggling to stay secure. Regardless of how many different firewalls you use, it’s merely a matter of time until a threat gets through.