Le chemin vers une stratégie Zero Trust

Cyber Security

06-24-2021

Le chemin vers une stratégie Zero Trust

Cyber Security

06-24-2021


Le concept Zero-Trust a pour but d’éliminer la confiance persistante et à appliquer l'authentification continue, le moindre privilège et la microsegmentation. Cette approche réduit la surface d'attaque et minimise les menaces, contribuant ainsi à la protection de l’organisation contre de simples attaques de malware ou d’autres menaces avancées.

Cependant aujourd’hui pour la plupart des entreprises, le chemin pour atteindre le 100% Zero-Trust dans l'ensemble de leur organisation est loin d'être évident.

Rejoignez-nous pour en savoir davantage sur:  

  • L’approche Zero Trust – Qu’est-ce le Zero Trust et comment minimiser votre surface d'attaque ?
  • Comprendre les obstacles au Zero Trust afin de trouver la meilleure façon de sécuriser votre environnement.
  • Comment la gestion des accès privilégiés s'aligne sur le Zero Trust et le rend possible ?

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Dr. Magda Lilia Chelly

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