There is little doubt that zero trust is the new normal of cybersecurity. It is seeing increased adoption globally, as more enterprises realize the value it brings.
Studies suggest over 78% of organizations surveyed across the world are considering adopting the zero-trust approach.
It’s important to remember that the approach aims to wrap security around every user, every device, every connection — every time, and hence it takes time to build and is continuously adaptive.
If you are considering zero trust adoption or looking to accelerate your zero trust program, you must have answers to the questions below:
- How to map out business goals and define a zero-trust strategy tailored to specific needs?
- How to understand the landscape and capabilities offered by the current security and IT investments and identify gaps?
- How to clarify and prioritize zero trust projects, create practical roadmap that aligns with business initiatives and enables business outcomes?
- How does a realistic timeline look like?
Join us for a session conducted by seasoned cybersecurity leaders with several zero-trust implementations behind them to get answers to these questions and to hear about examples from across the globe on practical approach to a zero-trust program.
Consulting and Delivery Lead –
IBM India Pvt Ltd
Security Software Technical Sales Leader,
IBM Technology Sales, India-South Asia