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Zero Trust Summit NYC 2018 – Andy Ellis (Zero Trust and the Perimeter of One)

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Today’s IT security focus on the corporate perimeter and location-based access control draws on thousands-of-years-old legacies from military encampments, which look nothing like the modern enterprise. In contrast, the core of modern Zero Trust models involves building security services from user-centric perimeters — essentially the perimeter of one user — and how that user strongly authenticates to applications, not locations. Join us for this session as we explore a security approach for the digital age that combines high visibility and Zero Trust to protect important assets both individually and collectively.