Tech leaders need flexible and data-centric security strategies to sustainably protect their data across hybrid on-prem and multi-cloud environments, as well as myriad user endpoints.
Perimeter security isn’t what it used to be and will not be enough to secure the networks of the future. Today’s perimeter is more like tentacles that reach out far beyond the borders of the corporate network and cloud. You can find the edge of your network embedded in your partners’ networks, on kiosks and mobile devices outside of your physical control, in the cloud (again, not within your physical control) and in a myriad of locations of which you might not be aware.
Using perimeter defenses is simply no longer sufficient. So how do you protect your data at rest, in transit, or in use? Zero Trust is an option, but is your definition of Zero Trust the same as your client’s or your business partner’s?
Encryption everywhere is an option, but it too has its challenges. Building a data-centric defense requires more than just slapping on a new app or plugging in a new firewall and calling everything safe.
This Virtru and SC Media special report details a variety of perspectives on how enterprise security leaders can unlock the benefits of Zero-Trust, data-centric security that safeguards data everywhere it travels. The report provides insights from security leaders across industries, including:
- Will Ackerly, Co-founder and CTO, Virtru
- Eric Adams, CISO, Kyriba Corp.
- Dawn Cappelli, CISO, Rockwell Automation
- Robert Elworthy, assistant IT director, Langdale Industries
- Keatron Evans, principal security researcher, instructor and author, Infosec Institute
- Trey Keifer, regional director, NCC Group
- Mario Procopio, founder, Pro CISO
Download the report to gain a stronger understanding of what strong Zero-Trust security looks like in practice, how it aligns with a secure access service edge (SASE) strategy, and how to build a layered and data-centric approach to data protection.
What You’ll Learn:
- The challenges CISOs and security teams are facing today and what they’ll be facing in the future.
- Insights into how to address those challenges.
- What to look for when future-proofing your defenses.