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Cut through the hype around Zero Trust

An exclusive webinar brought to you by ManageEngine in collaboration with Forrester

Published on January 15, 2024

Why watch?

In today’s digital landscape, cyberattacks have become more frequent and damaging. Now, it’s more crucial than ever for businesses to rethink and upgrade their cybersecurity approaches. The Zero Trust model stands out as a key solution in this regard. This framework was designed for a perimeter-less world and can help defend against threats traditional methods struggle with, making it particularly effective in the current era of hybrid and remote work setups. By adopting Zero Trust, companies can strengthen their defenses while lessening the damage of any security breach.

Tune into this insightful presentation by Forrester Analyst David Holmes to cut through the hype around Zero Trust and learn more about the essentials of the Zero Trust information security model, its key principles, and the practical steps for implementing it in your organization. 

What you’ll learn

  • The Zero Trust information security model

  • The foundation and core principles of Zero Trust

  • What Zero Trust is and is not

  • Practical ways to implement Zero Trust

  • Drawing up a Zero Trust roadmap

  • Security challenges addressed by Zero Trust

About the speaker


David Holmes
Principal Research Analyst, Forrester

David Holmes is a principal analyst at Forrester, advising security and risk professionals about strategy, architecture, and Zero Trust. His coverage includes security architecture (Zero Trust edge, SASE, microsegmentation, and Zero Trust network access), network security controls (firewalls, automated malware sandbox analysis, and IDS/IPS), DDoS protection, DNS security, and encryption of data in transit. He helps security leaders plan Zero Trust implementations, select cybersecurity controls, and understand new mitigation technologies.

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