Q&A Series: Zero Trust Endpoint Protection

November 25, 2020 • Video
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What is zero trust, in reality?

Why after 30 years, is malware still not contained and continues to pose a serious threat to even major organisations?

How can we measure our own ability to implement preventive containment of an attack?

Do we need to rearchitect our endpoint security to combat greater malware/ransomware attack frequency targeting a remote workforce that wasn’t present in 2019?

What do you see is different in using policies vs rules and what are the advantages of each?

Zero Trust is a maturity journey. What’s your guidance on getting the basic cyber hygiene in place prior to embarking on a zero trust model?

What difference do you see in environment which consist entirely of managed cloud services compared to the more common mixed environments?

Are next generation firewalls effective in addressing zero trust in the scenario where everyone works remotely and you have less control over the devices being used?

What is the role of education and the human element in zero trust? And how does the deny-by default model apply?