Enterprise application or software services are increasingly running across multiple platforms spanning multiple data centers and public clouds. Since these services span various domains, the most efficient way to secure them is by a Zero Trust model. In this model, nothing is taken for granted, and every request has to be verified. Service identity and authentication is perhaps the most fundamental piece of building Zero Trust environments. If not done right and early, it could undermine your efforts to enable Zero Trust in your organization and introduce risk, complexity, and slow down development velocity.
Watch this webcast with renowned industry expert and the author of “Zero Trust Networks: Building Secure Systems in Untrusted Networks,” Evan Gilman, to learn:
- Why getting service identity and authentication right early is critical for your Zero Trust journey?
- What are the best practices for service identity and authentication used by today’s web-scale companies?
- Why it’s essential to look at service identity and authentication as an abstract layer?
- What 30, 90, and 180-day actions you can take to build a service authentication layer for Zero Trust Environments?
View here: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/identity-zero-trust