Prepare, implement, and maintain your Zero Trust security strategy with Machina

Preparing to Implement and Maintain a Zero Trust Security Strategy

Webcast and Demonstration

A Zero Trust security strategy assumes all infrastructures, devices, and even users to be potentially hostile — and reducing implicit trust across environments has become even more relevant with the increase of cloud-based architectures and the push toward remote workforces.

Preparing to implement and maintain a Zero Trust strategy requires careful consideration of the architecture involved. This webcast and demonstration follows the story of an organization who has decided to focus their Zero Trust efforts on improving the security and privacy of employee PII by:

  • Migrating a legacy on-prem HR application to the cloud 
  • Moving payroll and benefits backups and analysis of sensitive data to the cloud
  • Transitioning to a new employee benefits provider
  • Simplifying overall management of these environments by a remote workforce
  • Shutting off and gradually restoring access when everything goes wrong

Christy Smith, senior manager of content and communications and Ionic Security, sets the stage with an overview of a sample Zero Trust architecture, and her colleague Tom Lofgren, solutions architect, demonstrates the value of centralized policy across custom applications, Google Cloud External Key Manager, multi-cloud storage, and a Kafka messaging workflow.

Prepare, implement, and maintain your Zero Trust security strategy with MachinaTM, the context-based authorization engine built by Ionic, and download your complimentary copy of the Forrester Wave™: Zero Trust eXtended (ZTX) Ecosystem Platform Providers, Q3 2020, where Machina received the highest scores possible in the criteria for data security and APIs.