How to Broaden Enterprise Security with Zero Trust Access
Baber Amin - Ping Identity
Andrew Goodman - Ping Identity
The declining relevance of network based trust is picking up speed. Private and public cloud adoption, contract workers and new partnerships are all pushing network-based trust well past its useful life.
In addition, remote workforce, bring your own device (BYOD) policies and rapid adoption of SaaS applications continue to rise and are shifting requirements for enterprise security. Many enterprises are deciding to make a change.
Join Baber Amin, CTO West at Ping Identity, and Andrew Goodman, Product Marketing Manager at Ping Identity, to learn:
What Zero Trust means
Why Zero Trust architectures are replacing corporate perimeters
How Zero Trust benefits security and business leaders
Common Zero Trust access challenges and how to solve them
Ping Identity is the leader in Identity Defined Security for the borderless
enterprise, allowing employees, customers and partners access to the applications
they need. Protecting over one billion identities worldwide, the company ensures
the right people access the right things, securely and seamlessly. More than half
of the Fortune 100, including Boeing, Cisco, Disney, GE, Kraft Foods, TIAA-CREF
and Walgreens, trust Ping Identity to solve modern enterprise security challenges
created by their use of cloud, mobile, APIs and IoT.