What Zero Trust Architecture Means To Security and You

Mar 05, 2014
1 minutes

The Zero Trust framework, first introduced by Forrester Research, banishes the concept of "trust but verify" in favor of a "never trust, always verify" approach. You've heard us discuss the importance of Zero Trust and how the framework aligns to the Palo Alto Networks platform, and during RSA Conference 2014, we hosted a Zero Trust luncheon featuring John Kindervag, Forrester vice president and principal analyst, and Danelle Au, Palo Alto Networks director, solutions marketing.

During RSA, John and Danelle gave us a few additional thoughts on Zero Trust and how security practitioners should think about the framework. Watch this short video:


John and Danelle will be joining us later this month at Ignite 2014, where we have several sessions on Zero Trust architecture scheduled as part of our Modern Data Centers track. Register now for Ignite and join us in Las Vegas, March 31-April 2, to help decide the future of enterprise security.

Head here to see all Palo Alto Networks daily recaps from RSA.

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