Cryptzone to Discuss How to Create an Invisible Infrastructure
InfoSecurity Europe Session to Highlight how Organizations Leverage a ‘Zero Trust’ Model to Improve Access Control for Cloud and Hybrid Environments
For those of you attending Infosecurity Europe in London this week, Cryptzone will present a session in the Technology Showcase on how to leverage a Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) approach, to create an invisible infrastructure for cloud and hybrid environments.
Who: Jamie Bodley-Scott, global product manager, Cryptzone
What: The Software Defined Perimeter: Creating an Invisible Infrastructure
When: 14.00 Thursday June 4
Where: Technology Showcase at Infosecurity Europe
Bodley-Scott will provide a history on the SDP model, which evolved from work done at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) under the Global Information Grid (GIG) Black Core Network initiative, as well as compare it to other models, including De-Perimeterization and Zero Trust. He will also demonstrate how companies leverage these models to solve evolving access control needs. Attendees will learn how to make their application and server infrastructure effectively “invisible” and grant access only to authorized, verified resources on a case-by-case, session-by-session basis.
“According to a recent Cryptzone survey conducted with TechValidate, 90% of companies are using aging VPN technology for network access control,” said Bodley-Scott. “That’s a flawed model that no longer works in an era of the cloud, BYOD and the Internet of Things. Rather than pretend they still have a perimeter, organizations must consider leverage new security paradigms, like SDP and Zero Trust, if they want to preempt threats. These models can be implemented leveraging an organization’s existing infrastructure, which speeds adoption.”
To find out more attend the session or speak with the Cryptzone technology team at the Infosecurity Europe Conference in booth #F226 right next to the Technology Showcase.