Zero Trust and Building Identity for an Open Perimeter at Netflix
Tejas Dharamshi - Sr Security Software Engineer - Netflix
Baber Amin - Ping Identity
Netflix is a 100% cloud-first company. The traditional perimeter approach to corporate security did not meet the company’s needs. To prepare for a cloud-first future, Netflix applied principles from the Zero Trust model and centered their strategy on making identity the new security perimeter.
With key identity building blocks like standards based single sign-on, multifactor authentication, adaptive authentication, device health and authorization, they were able to achieve a high level of security assurance without compromising user experience.
Join Tejas Dharamshi, Senior Security Software Engineer at Netflix, Inc. and Baber Amin, CTO-West at Ping Identity to learn:
What Zero Trust means and why this architecture is replacing corporate perimeters
Common Zero Trust challenges and how to solve then
How self-service and simple integration choices can drive SSO enablement
How user-behavior analytics during authentication time drive MFA prompting decisions
How to start your Zero Trust journey with an identity centric approach
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