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Zero-Trust Cybersecurity: Trust No One?
Apr 09 - Peninsula
Zero-Trust Cybersecurity: Trust No One?
Apr 09 - Peninsula

Protecting digital assets is becoming harder and harder, for one alarming reason: most organizations have poorly prepared for the deluge of cloud-based applications and end-point devices. This transformation has created vulnerabilities well beyond any corporate-controlled environment, expanding the potential for data breaches into completely unchartered territory.

As the enterprise perimeter dissolves, cybersecurity today must extend beyond simply protecting on-premises data. Anyone authorized to have access to data and applications should have the flexibility of using any device, on any network, from any location. This ever-increasing desire for seamless access has created a corresponding need for end-to-end security across a myriad of applications, data centers, and devices. The cost of failing to do so is potentially huge. According to a recent study sponsored by IBM, the average cost of a single data breach is over $3 million.

“zero-trust” has been gaining momentum, from Google’s BeyondCorp to Gartner’s Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA). If implemented properly, zero-trust has the power to transform the industry.

  • What are the implications of default-deny?
  • Will micro-segmentation and software-defined perimeters offer enough protection?
  • Is zero-trust security destined to become mainstream?
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Date and Time
Tuesday, April 09, 2019
06:00 PM - 08:30 PM PT
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Agenda
Reception
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Panel Discussion
07:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Location
Hauck Auditorium
David and Joan Traitel Building
435 Lasuen Mall
Stanford, CA, 94305
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Primary Contact
David Fudenberg
dfvlab@gmail.com

Zero-Trust Cybersecurity: Trust No One?

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Hauck Auditorium

David and Joan Traitel Building

435 Lasuen Mall

Stanford, CA, 94305