Digital transformation initiatives are fueling the migration of workloads to hybrid cloud infrastructures, resulting in widening of the network edge and further obfuscation of the enterprise-owned network boundary. This expanded attack surface coupled with ever capable and motivated threat actors, significantly increases digital risk to the enterprise.
Zero Trust is a response to the fundamental shift in the approach to securing our enterprise networks. It's principles assume that there is no implicit trust granted for resource access, and instead promote comprehensive security through validation and verification of access through micro-segmentation, least privileged access and zero touch automation.
Watch this On-Demand webinar to hear a panel of industry experts from Palo Alto Networks, NIST and Tufin on:
- The role of Zero Trust paradigm is pivotal in securing networks while responding and planning for major digital transformations
- Reducing the attack surface by securing resources from application, user, device and dependency perspective
- Adoption of automation of access policy changes and micro-segmentation enforcement leading to agile and efficient network security architecture