More and more organisations are interested in Zero Trust security strategy. We will discuss how ZT as a security plan is advancing.
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More and more organisations are interested in zero trust security strategy but vendors' abuse of the term “zero trust” reached a new peak, creating widespread confusion.
Zero trust (ZT) provides ideas designed to enforce dynamic, least privilege per-request access validations in information systems and services.
We will discuss how ZT as a security plan is moving to a data-centric approach based on fine-grained security controls. ZT covers users, systems, data and assets. ZT is dynamic and can change over time. Implementing a ZTA is non-trivial. ZT enforcement requires security policies that provide context for each request of data resources. ZT may require a change in philosophy and culture of security.
We will discuss more on Zero Trust and the relation to quantum computing, homomorphic computing, differential privacy, and Web 3.0.
About the speaker
Ulf’s distinguished career includes roles as Chief Technology Officer at Protegrity, Atlantic BT, and Compliance Engineering, Head of Innovation at TokenEx, IT Architect at IBM. His achievements include development of Industry Standards, 70 issued US Patents, and expertise in aspects of data, privacy, cloud, security and robotics.
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