How to enable Zero Trust for workloads in Public Clouds - America


Businesses are considering Zero Trust as their preferred platform to secure workloads, applications and users. Specifically as adoption of multi-cloud infrastructure continues to increase, organizations are forced to rethink their perimeter firewall architecture.

Zero trust is a modern architectural choice that addresses foundational challenges in fighting Cyber crimes. It provides security professionals a simple approach to cyber by implementing strong authentication capabilities, application protection and threat protection. More than 90% (and growing) of traffic today is guarded by SSL encryption. Hence it is pivotal that SSL decryption in a proxy based architecture is integrated into your cloud security posture .

When migrating workloads to the cloud most IT organizations are tempted to extend their WAN architecture that is used on-premises to the cloud. Existing firewall/VPN based approaches puts enormous onus on them to configure policies and enforce remediations locally at each trust zone. This approach creates routable networks a panacea for firewall bloat and untenable policy management.

Join industry experts
image Sakthi Chandra, Sr. Director, Product Marketing
image Dhawal Sharma, VP & GM
as they discuss how you can you can transform a firewall-based approach to a Zero Trust approach.