Everything You Need to Know About the Bridge to Zero Trust Virtual Event!
For the last decade, adversaries have been stealing credentials and logging into systems as legitimate users. More recently attackers have honed their tactics, and they are now bypassing first generation MFA designed to fix this issue at an alarming rate. So how do you protect your organization when adversaries can bypass MFA like one time codes or push notifications at scale? One critical part of the puzzle is passwordless, phishing-resistant MFA. But that is only a starting point.
To combat an increasingly active cyber threat landscape, many organizations are pursuing a zero trust strategy, refining their security architectures, and adjusting their authentication methods. We want to help you better understand the zero trust landscape, dive into the advanced authentication that stands up to stringent zero trust requirements, and show how an ecosystem of integrated solutions can help you rapidly achieve your zero trust objectives.
The Zero Trust Leadership Series Presents: The Bridge to Zero Trust Virtual Event
Join us on Wednesday, March 15 from 11 AM to 2:30 PM ET as security and IT leaders explore how identity, authentication, network architecture, and endpoint detection and response technologies combine to thwart everyday cyberattacks. Experts will share practical insights to help you arm your identity and security teams so you can stay ahead of attackers, and out of the headlines.
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Experts who are leading the zero trust charge will focus on:
- The current state of zero trust
- What’s needed for a fully scaled zero trust ecosystem
- Why industry leaders see identity as crucial in zero trust
- The need for modern Zero Trust Authentication
- Real-world tips and best practices for implementing zero trust in your organization
During our live virtual event, you can hear from these top security experts
- Chase Cunningham, aka Dr. Zero Trust, will discuss the current state of zero trust and why identity and access management are the first elements organizations should modernize when starting their zero trust journey. He’ll also talk about how Zero Trust Authentication, together with the security ecosystem, accelerates the zero trust journey.
- John Masserini of Tag Cyber will explore practical approaches to advancing zero trust along with his fellow panelists:
- Kevin Dana, VP of Information Technology for World Wide Technology
- Marcos Christodonte II, Global CISO for CDW
- Allen Jeter, Director of IT for Chainalysis
- Kurt Johnson, Chief Strategy Officer for Beyond Identity, will lead a discussion with technology leaders from Palo Alto Networks, CrowdStrike, BeyondTrust, and World Wide Technology on how continuous signal sharing via integration can close vulnerability gaps and accelerate zero trust.
- Bill Hogan, Chief Revenue Officer for Beyond Identity, will lead a discussion with key technology advisors and service players from World Wide Technology, Optiv, and Guidepoint on their security practices and recommended steps to advance security posture.
- You’ll also hear speakers from Ping Identity and other security providers.
View the full agenda to see all of the leaders and speakers presenting at the event.
Adopting a zero trust architecture is an important, and achievable step. Given the dynamic threat landscape, the time is now to level up your cybersecurity strategy and provide the protection your organization needs from adversaries.