Why Zero Trust Is A Critical Capability Of SASE? Securing Users With Zero Trust In Identity, Device, Access And Transaction

On-demand Webinar

Published January 2022

Best-of-Breed Networking and Security in One Platform

There’s been a critical need for a transformation of network security in the enterprise. This has been fueled more than ever by the rapid growth of hybrid work, cloud and digital initiatives, and branch transformation.

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has emerged to help organisations embrace cloud and mobility by providing network and network security services from a common cloud-delivered architecture. By removing multiple point products and adopting a single cloud-delivered SASE solution, organisations can reduce complexity while saving significant technical, human, and financial resources.

Join Nick Sampson, SASE Architect, Palo Alto Networks, as he explores how securing users, apps and data are core to the Zero Trust approach in SASE. Nick will also demonstrate step-by-step techniques required to get there.

In this session, we will explore how to secure users with Zero Trust:

  • Validate users using strong authentication
  • Verify user’s device integrity
  • Enforce least privilege user access to data and applications
  • Scan all content for malicious activity and data theft

Register for an insightful session on achieving Zero Trust for users, apps and data within your SASE architecture.

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