The Zero Trust security model has gotten a lot of hype since the pandemic, and a lot of information is available for security leaders on this topic. However, to reap the full benefits of Zero Trust, this means sifting through all this information to uncover the right strategies for building an effective Zero Trust security model.
The core idea of Zero Trust is to eliminate default and persistent trust in users and devices, making continuous authorization the norm. Privileged access management (PAM) helps fulfill this by employing the overarching concepts of just-in-time (JIT) privileges, the principle of least privilege, privileged user behavior analytics, and more, which makes PAM a foundational component of the Zero Trust architecture.
In this webinar, we’ll explore which PAM strategies can create a constructive path towards enabling a comprehensive Zero Trust security approach.
Lear how to:
- Take control of privileged credentials and resources scattered across your IT infrastructure.
- Design a least privilege model to control privileged access to business-critical systems, applications, and data.
- Improve your cybersecurity posture by leveraging JIT privilege elevation and application control.
- Reduce the attack surface by implementing secure remote access and privilege delegation.